For fast fat loss: less food or harder training?
Fast fat loss requires low calories, high intensity exercise, and a high tolerance for hunger to achieve a bigger calorie deficit. You can’t really choose between diet and exercise. If you want faster results, you need to step up both your training and diet. It doesn’t matter how hard you train; if your diet is junk or if it doesn’t help maximize fat loss by containing high protein and less carb, then you’re just setting yourself up for failure. For long term weight control, lose weight slowly and stick to a well-balanced nutrition plan that contains protein, healthy fats, and natural carbs. For fast fat loss, you have to burn more by doing intense weights and frequent cardio, and eat less with a stricter low carb diet while keeping the nutrient density of your low calorie diet as high as possible.
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