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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?

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?

If you’ve been following a structured training plan for a few months, a week or two of instinctive training could give you the mental and physical break you need to restore your energy and enthusiasm for training. However, if you have been winging it for the last few months, it’s time to knuckle down, get a plan, and do some structured training.

If you want to lose fat, you need to start eating a little less and a little more healthily. This will create a calorie deficit. Your body will make up this calorie shortfall by burning body fat. The result? You’ll get leaner and will probably lose weight too.

So often the market is saturated by fat loss products claiming to take weight off fast. Unfortunately many of these products are either inferior or too expensive.. There are ways to utilise your budget to improve your diet without breaking the bank! Here are some tips to keep a healthy diet and wallet!


Fighting the fat isn’t as hard as it may seem- all it takes is the correct information about diet and fitness - both are necessary to beat the fat and find the firm - for good.


Most people think that building muscle and losing fat are completely separate fitness goals, however, they have a lot more in common than you think. Building lean muscle boosts your metabolic rate which helps with fat loss, and losing fat by training helps to build lean muscle - by not fearing the weights room and "getting bulky", you will maximize your results.

How do you get that elusive six-pack? It’s not as simple as banging out a few crunches every day, otherwise everyone who went to the gym would have one. Rather, developing six-pack abs requires a multi-pronged approach.

How do you get that elusive six-pack? It’s not as simple as banging out a few crunches every day, otherwise everyone who went to the gym would have one. Rather, developing six-pack abs requires a multi-pronged approach.

Taking a stimulant-based pre-workout before you hit the weights room can give you the workout of your life. It brings on a wave of energy that heightens your nervous system response and helps you focus on the workout at hand. To give yourself a training edge the next time you feel good, or give yourself a boost the next time you feel down, throw a pre-workout drink into your supplement protocol.

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