By Oliver Wolter
How do overweight men regularly turn fat into muscle?
In a very simple way.
They use specific exercise combinations to shock their nervous system (neuro-stimulation) to a maximum without going into overtraining.
While it is true that you cannot transform fat into muscles in a physiological way,in practice it seems that a person who gains muscle mass quickly loses a lot of fat at the same time. Why? Because your body consumes your fat deposits while building up those muscles.
Here is an example: Let's say you weigh 200 lbs and start on a muscle building program with which you build up 11 lbs of pure muscle in six weeks.
You have added an inch to your arms, your chest is more massive, your back and your shoulders are considerably thicker and wider. Only your waist has lost a few inches.
Consider now the following: If you build up 11 lbs of pure muscle mass in these 6 weeks - what would your weight be now?
If your answer is 211 lbs - you could not be more wrong. In fact, you would weigh between 200 and 205 lbs, because you've lost between 6 and 11 lbs of fat as a "side effect", without dieting.
Now, can you imagine how your body would look in the mirror in 6 weeks, with 11 lbs of fat transformed into pure muscles?
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