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Slow vs Fast Fat Loss

Why you SHOULD lose fat fast...NOT slow... Losing fat is a much debated topic and there are many people who believe that any rapid weight-loss is going to be unhealthy, but if fast fat-loss is done correctly, it'll be far superior to any "slow cutting". The folks who believe "slow and steady" is required for any sustainable fat-loss, should consider an alternative. The problem is that when you lose fat too slowly it's not optimal either. If we go over a few "selling points" of doing the slow cut it will be maintaining your maximum lean muscle mass, eating more on a daily basis, and doing less cardio. The argument for doing a fast cut and losing fat quickly starts with the longer you're on a calorie deficit the slower your metabolism goes. Your body is designed to achieve homeostasis, which it does by "metabolic adaptation", which means your metabolism is able to adapt to the amount of the energy it gets. It is constantly trying to balance the energy intake with your energy output – to achieve homeostasis. When your energy output is more than your energy input (calorie deficit) you'll lose body-fat but your metabolism will slow down too, which means you're burning less energy. The longer this calorie or energy deficit continues the slower your metabolism gets. The argument for fast fat-loss says that when you lose fat slowly you're trapping yourself because the less you eat the less you going to need to eat to continue losing fat only. If your metabolism is slowing down with every pound of fat that is lost it means that you have to continue eating less calories to maintain that fat-loss. The problem with any slow cutting process becomes obvious: the longer you are cutting, the longer you'll fail to build any real muscle. When you remain on a mild calorie deficit for fat-loss for too long you lose too much muscle. To keep gaining muscle you need to spend as short a time as possible on a calorie deficit because your workouts get harder, hunger cravings get worse, so that you're only relying on your will power to continue, leaving you physically and mentally completely fatigued. Yes, eating a calorie deficit will always accelerate muscle loss, which is why "crash diets" are unhealthy. But how large does a deficit have to be before it's is too large? This question was examined in a study done at the University of Jyväskylä in Finland. They studied groups of 20 to 35-year-old track sprinters and jumpers which they separated into 2 groups, each group already having less than 10% body-fat. The one group ate a daily calorie deficit of 300 calories (or 12% below their total daily energy expenditure) and the other group ate a daily calorie deficit of 750 calories, both groups following a strict high-protein diet. After the first 4 weeks, the results were shocking: the athletes using the 300-calorie deficit lost very little muscle and very little fat while the group that ate a 750-calorie deficit lost around 4 pounds of fat with very little muscle loss. The 750-calorie deficit group were not starving themselves, they were eating well over 2,000 calories every day. Nevertheless, utilizing a very aggressive deficit of around 24% they showed very good results. Submit A Fitness Tip If you have a tip you'd like to share e-mail it to us
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