So in the previous 3 posts we are basically saying that an effective way to diet is to starve off your fat…without actually starving. How is this possible?
As we said you need to exercise your muscles and strength or you will sacrifice it to your diet. The thing is this means you still need to feed your muscles!
Strength exercise will drain an immense amount of fuel from your muscles during the workouts AND from your body for many hours afterwards. This means you will need to replace what you have taken!
You will not lose more fat if you don’t eat a replacement amount after exercise, your metabolism will just slow down to suit.
It ends up looking like this – you eat clean and light most of the time but after strength training you need at least one full good size meal and a decent snack.
Next…the Conclusion: https://wefit.ca/2021/02/19/the-strength-diet-conclusion/
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