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People lift weights for a variety of reasons including improved sports performance, better general health, and fat loss. However, the most common goal by far is building muscle. Most gym goers train to increase muscle size and follow programs specifically designed for this purpose.

Post workout meals have proven to have many health benefits and to be necessary in order to enable the body to go from a catabolic state (muscle breakdown) to an anabolic state (muscle building). Post workout meals also help to replace glycogen stores, build muscles by promoting muscle protein synthesis and repair damaged tissue as well as supporting immune function, so it’s all pros, right?

Cardio is a valuable fat loss tool. Combined with strength training and a calorie deficit diet, it can assist in shedding stubborn fat and get you fitter in the process. Cardio is not only beneficial for fat loss and fitness, but it is also crucial for your health. It is recommended that everyone should do at least three 20-minute sessions of cardio every week.

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How can nootropics help you on your quest for bigger biceps, a more defined six-pack, or a faster 5k?

When you begin lifting weights, chances are high that in the first few weeks you will see some serious results. Body fat % will be dropping, muscle growth will begin and the momentum will be at a high! Because even when you are starting off at the gym, generally simple workouts will trigger noticeable muscle growth and body transformations.

Losing weight is 80% diet and 20% exercise. Regardless of how hard you go in the gym, you can't out train a poor diet. But what about losing body fat %? Keep it simple to begin with, you need to consume less calories than you expend. This will put you into calorie deficit. Calorie deficit, combined with exercising regularly will also boost your metabolism, and preserve muscle mass…. So, what are the best exercises for fat loss?

How do you split your training sessions? This has to be one of the most frequently debated topics in the muscle building community. Part of the reason this is such a controversial subject is that there are so many options to choose from. A lot of people automatically go for the so-called “bro split”. This structure is where muscle groups are isolated and trained once per week.

You are looking to get shredded and you just want the basic formula. You google “training styles for fat loss”, and the information available is overwhelming. So, which exercises + workout methods are best for you leaning out, and helping you achieve your goals?

Functional training has been a fitness industry buzzword for some time now, although it’s hard to define exactly. The problem lies with what does and what does not constitute a functional exercise. This is not always a simple question to answer, and what is deemed functional for one person may not be for another.

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