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How to burn as much fat as possible, as fast as possible!


How to burn as much fat as possible, as fast as possible!

How to burn as much fat as possible, as fast as possible!

“How much do you weigh;” “Must lose pounds?”
Two proposals to hear daily from the majority of exercisers people and non professional athletes and amateur hobbyists athletes but also by people the whole range of ages.
The truth is that for most people weight is something that concerns them, either for health reasons or for aesthetic reasons or for athletic performance reasons athletes and is a fact that is very important and serious aspect weight for our general behavior of us all!

But the aim is to have the desired weight according to our height, our age and our physical activity level; that we must bear in mind what is the percentage of fat we carry on us and what is the percentage of our muscle tissue ?
Clearly the answer is the latter!
Well I will explain below why should focus on this and how we will achieve the ideal proportions for everyone!
I often hear from my clients but also by many people the expression “he continued eating large quantities and not fattening as the other does not eat ANYTHING and fattens”
Our body consumes some calories per day to cover basic needs such as the operation of the institutions and essential functions to live is called basal metabolic rate.
Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR) is the total calories consumed in 24 hours to live without doing anything else, for example in a bed lying and all we do to breathe, it depends on what muscle tissue we have, if we have a high muscle tissue then consume more calories at rest, the question then is can we have a lot more muscles while lowest fat!
The main aim therefore when we start a proper diet and a sports activity is not the scale but to lose fat while at least maintaining our muscle tissue!

How do we achieve this then?
A recent survey by the New Zealand devised by Eric Helms showed that athletes lose both muscle mass but also lose fat.Athletes who were taking daily protein 2.5-2.6 grams per kg of body weight maintained over 6 months in the muscle tissue with low caloric intake but also working out with heating elements (weights) and of course to prolonged low caloric taking the protein requirements are increased!

So in conclusion to a low calorie intake diet should increase the consumption of protein at least 1.00-1.5 gram per kilogram of body weight in order to maintain our muscle mass and lose fat!
All this must be accompanied by workout with weights, high-low-lasting volume without breaks between of sets, so to promote aerobic and anaerobic our ability to achieve high calorie consumption and after the end of the exercise for some time!
If So we want to lose weight this is not the scale but to lose fat while trying to maintain our muscle tissue to achieve high metabolic rate effective to burn calories at rest and then all this must be combined with workout with weights combining aerobic and anaerobic training!


Mitsaris kostas
Certified Personal Trainer
Sport&Fitness Nutrionist

Certified Personal Trainer Sport&Fitness Nutrionist

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