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You can lose fat and gain muscle at the same time by eating fewer calories than TDEE, but eat about 1g of protein per 1lb of weight. TDEE calculators that can be found online varies a lot. You can have a calorie deficit of 500 or even 1000, and still gain muscle as long as you consume enough protein. To lose fat and gain muscle, you can largely ignore the other macronutrients (carbs, fats, etc) as long as you eat the right amount of calories and proteins. If you don't have rest days in between workouts, then you are doing more harm than good. If you want to lose fat and gain muscle at the same time, you can get away with eating 4 meals a day (as opposed to 6 meals per day). The only supplement you need is protein powder to make sure you can get enough protein per day without eating too much calories. instafit motivation fit TFLers fitness gymlife pushpullgrind grindout flex instafitness gym trainhard eatclean boy focus dedication strength ripped girl fitnessgear muscle shredded squat bigbench cardio sweat grind lifestyle workout bodybuilding

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1. Increases Appetite Suppressing Hormones Whey protein is composed of several bioactive compounds, or small molecules that exert powerful effects in your body. Glycomacro protein (GMP) is one that may play a major role in suppressing your appetite. GMP has been shown to increase secretion of the gut hormone cholecystokinin (CCK).[2] CCK plays a major role in sending satiety signals to the brain, which may help encourage you to put your fork down. 2. Signals Fuel Availability In The Brain Whey protein contains more leucine (a critical branched-chain amino acid) than any other protein source.[4] Beyond its muscle-building role, it's thought that leucine may have a direct impact on appetite, too. In a study published in Journal of Science, researchers injected one group of mice with supplemental leucine and another with a control, and then exposed them to unlimited food after a brief fasting period.[5] Both groups gained weight over the next 24 hours, but the mice injected with leucine gained one third of the weight of the control group! There seems to be a complex relationship between leucine, mTOR (the master growth regulator within cells that plays a role in initiating muscle protein synthesis), and the hypothalamus (where the appetite control center in the brain is located). Researchers suspect that mTOR has a fuel-sensor role and helps to regulate appetite. 3. Stabilizes Blood Glucose Hunger is one consequence of low blood-glucose levels. After a meal, particularly one rich in carbohydrates (especially simple carbohydrates), blood glucose levels spike; however, shortly after, insulin levels rise in order to keep blood glucose levels within a normal range. A rapid rise in blood glucose and the subsequent insulin response can lead to a dip in blood glucose shortly after. This sets the scene for hunger to take over. instafit motivation fit TFLers fitness gymlife pushpullgrind grindout flex instafitness gym trainhard eatclean boy focus dedication strength ripped girl fitnessgear muscle shredded squat bigbench cardio sweat grind lifestyle workout bodybuilding

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The food's listed below must be consumed and stopped for atleast 2 months to see huge changes. Foods to Consume: 1) Water 2) Coffee 3) Flaxseeds 4) Kiwi 5) Salmon (fish) Foods to avoid: 1) Milk 2) Chocolate 3) White Bread 4) Cold Drinks 5) Sugar Tips: 1) Daily cardio gives a shine to your skin. 2) Use a face wash everyday. 3) Use face scrub twice every week. 4) Use face pack twice every month. instafit motivation fit TFLers fitness gymlife pushpullgrind grindout flex instafitness gym trainhard eatclean boy focus dedication strength ripped girl fitnessgear muscle shredded squat bigbench cardio sweat grind lifestyle workout bodybuilding

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So we don't want any complicated way of explaining you these. Please understand that everything we write here is backed up scientifically. So here are 13 steps to lose weight and fat: 1) Stay in calorie deficit of atleast 350 calories than your minimum maintenance calorie requirement. 2) Have a workout and meal plan. 3) Eat a high-protein in every meal. 4) Avoid sugary drinks and fruit juice. 5) Drink water a half hour before meals. 6) Drink coffee or tea without milk. 7) Eat mostly whole, unprocessed foods. 8) Lift Weights 3 Times Per Week. 9) Do cardio everyday. 10) Use stairs rather than an elevator. 11) Use Supplements if you are a vegetarian. 12) Eat healthy fats. 13) Have a good night sleep. instafit motivation fit TFLers fitness gymlife pushpullgrind grindout flex instafitness gym trainhard eatclean boy focus dedication strength ripped girl fitnessgear muscle shredded squat bigbench cardio sweat grind lifestyle workout bodybuilding

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The reason we haven't been posting too much is due to grieving for this. 😂😂 Will be posting regularly now. weareback instafit motivation fit TFLers fitness gymlife pushpullgrind grindout flex instafitness gym trainhard eatclean boy focus dedication strength ripped girl fitnessgear muscle shredded squat cardio sweat grind lifestyle workout bodybuilding

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Truth: Research has proving that less creatine is needed to deliver results. The research cited above also suggests that creatine loading may be nothing more than a waste. Should you load? In most cases, probably not. If you're an elite athlete, a professional bodybuilder or competitive powerlifter, you may want to consider loading, just in case. For the rest of us, 5g is all it takes. . . . . . instafit motivation fit TFLers fitness gymlife pushpullgrind grindout flex instafitness gym trainhard eatclean boy focus dedication strength ripped girl fitnessgear muscle shredded squat bigbench cardio sweat grind lifestyle workout bodybuilding

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Function: Elbow extension, Hand Movement and Arm and Shoulder connection. Long Head Exercise: Triceps Pushdown Lying Triceps Presses Close grip bench press Lateral Head Exercise: Diamond Pushups Overhead Rope Extension Dips on dips machine Double arm dumbell extension Medial Head: Tricep Kickbacks Diamond Pushups Triceps Pushdown instafit motivation fit TFLers fitness gymlife pushpullgrind grindout flex instafitness gym trainhard eatclean boy focus dedication strength ripped girl fitnessgear muscle shredded squat bigbench cardio sweat grind lifestyle workout bodybuilding

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Rectus Abdominis (Six Pack): Is divided into 3 parts Upper, Middle and Lower abs. Upper Abs Exercise: Normal Crunches Cycling Crunches Cross Crunches Knee Crunches Heel Touch Middle and Lower Abs Exercise: Leg Raises Hanging Leg Raises Incline Knee Raises Decline Crunches Full Abs Engaging Exercise: V-Sits Plank Crunches Plank Obliques & Core Exercise (Side Fat): Russian Twists Side Jack Knives Side Plank Wipers Mountain Climbers instafit motivation fit TFLers fitness gymlife pushpullgrind grindout flex instafitness gym trainhard eatclean boy focus dedication strength ripped girl fitnessgear muscle shredded squat bigbench cardio sweat grind lifestyle workout bodybuilding

25 Days ago
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Clavicular Head, Pectoral Major and Minor Function: These muscle moves each shoulder joint in four distinct ways as well as keeps the arms attached to the body. Exercise Clavicular Head: Incline Barbell Bench Press Incline Dumbell Bench Press Incline Dumbell Fly Decline Push ups (feet on platform) Pull over Low(from down to up) cable cross overs Exercise Pactoral Major: Flat Barbell Bench Press Flat Dumbell Bench Press Flat Dumbell Fly Normal push ups Mid cable cross overs Exercise Pactoral Minor: Decline Barbell Bench Press Decline Dumbell Bench Press Decline Dumbell Fly Incline push ups (Hands on platform) Upper cable Cross overs Chest Dips instafit motivation fit TFLers fitness gymlife pushpullgrind grindout flex instafitness gym trainhard eatclean boy focus dedication strength ripped girl fitnessgear muscle shredded squat bigbench cardio sweat grind lifestyle workout bodybuilding

25 Days ago
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Biceps Brachii The two heads (i.e. distinct collections of muscle fibers) of the biceps anatomy vary in length, and so, they are known as the short and long biceps heads. This unique structure allows the biceps to carry out their three essential functions: Elbow Flexion.  Forearm Supination Curling and Pulling. Exercises for Long Head Barbell Curls (with hands pointing slightly inside) Pull ups Exercises for Short Head Dumbell Curls (with hands pointing slightly outside) Preacher Curls (with hands pointing slightly outside) Brachialis There is another arm muscle typically associated with the biceps muscle group. It is the much less known muscle called the brachiali But being relatively unknown doesn’t mean it’s unimportant; as is the case with many things in the fitness world. The brachialis, which is located underneath and on either side of the biceps brachii, assists in the action of elbow flexion. Exercises for Brachialis Hammer Curls (Hands neutral not pointing inside or outside) Rope Cable Curls (Hands neutral not pointing inside or outside) instafit motivation fit TFLers fitness gymlife pushpullgrind grindout flex instafitness gym trainhard eatclean boy focus dedication strength ripped girl fitnessgear muscle shredded squat bigbench cardio sweat grind lifestyle workout bodybuilding

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At the core of the mesomorphs training program should be resistance training. Since mesomorphs muscles are so thick and powerful, moderate to heavy weights are required to stimulate growth. Training For The Mesomorph! Mesomorphs are the athletes who usually have no problem putting on mass. They have broader shoulders that helps give them a natural athletic appearance, although they still must pay attention to their diets since they tend to accumulate fat along with their weight gains. instafit motivation fit TFLers fitness gymlife pushpullgrind grindout flex instafitness gym trainhard eatclean boy focus dedication strength ripped girl fitnessgear muscle shredded squat bigbench cardio sweat grind lifestyle workout bodybuilding

29 Days ago
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Endomorphs have heavier bone structures and often squarish torsos, with wide waists and large hips. Their joints are often thicker, and their metabolisms are slower. Unlike ectomorphs, endomorphs have no problem adding mass to their bodies. Their problem is getting rid of it. If people with this body type want to get lean, they must be very diligent about eating well and getting lots of cardiovascular exercise. instafit motivation fit TFLers fitness gymlife pushpullgrind grindout flex instafitness gym trainhard eatclean boy focus dedication strength ripped girl fitnessgear muscle shredded squat bigbench cardio sweat grind lifestyle workout bodybuilding

33 Days ago
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The Skinny Ectomorph You know those people who seem to be able to eat all they want whenever they want and never gain an ounce? Those people are probably ectomorphs. They're often naturally lean, which is a great upside. The downside, especially if they are trying to improve their physiques, is that they have a hard time gaining muscle mass. Some people think that all ectomorphs are tall and skinny. Many tall people do happen to be ectomorphs, but height alone isn't a determining factor. Rather, body type is based on factors that include skeletal proportions, bone density, and metabolism. For instance, ectomorphs tend to have narrow shoulders and hips, light bones, and fast metabolisms. Their wrists, knees, and ankles are typically smaller than average. instafit motivation fit TFLers fitness gymlife pushpullgrind grindout flex instafitness gym trainhard eatclean boy focus dedication strength ripped girl fitnessgear muscle shredded squat bigbench cardio sweat grind lifestyle workout bodybuilding

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Sure, if somebody does nothing but high-volume endurance running, neglects weight training, and follows a low-protein diet, it will cause muscle loss. However, diet should always be: high in protein, high in complex carbohydrates, and moderate in fat. Pay attention to inflammation and gut health, reducing stress on your body, and heightening yoyr state of recovery. Meal frequency should remains high with six solid meals per day. The takeaway for you: If your nutrition is locked down, your body can thrive during all types of challenges. You can keep the muscle mass and cut down extra fat if your diet is right. instafit motivation fit TFLers fitness gymlife pushpullgrind grindout flex instafitness gym trainhard eatclean boy focus dedication strength ripped girl fitnessgear muscle shredded squat bigbench cardio sweat grind lifestyle workout bodybuilding

38 Days ago
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RULE 1: EVENLY DISTRIBUTE YOUR PROTEIN INTAKE THROUGHOUT THE DAY RULE 2: EAT EVERY FEW HOURS RULE 3: EAT COMPLEX CARBOHYDRATES WITH HIGH CALORIES. RULE 4: EAT A HIGH-PROTEIN BEDTIME MEAL instafit motivation fit TFLers fitness gymlife pushpullgrind grindout flex instafitness gym trainhard eatclean boy focus dedication strength ripped girl fitnessgear muscle shredded squat bigbench cardio sweat grind lifestyle workout bodybuilding

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(USE LINK IN BIO TO GET 10% OFF SUPPLEMENTS) ON GOLD WHEY STANDARD Company History: Since 1986 Company Reputation: Well trusted Label claims vs Lab analysis Scoop size 31grams Calories 120 vs 123 Protein 24g vs 21g Carbs 3g vs 4g Fat 1.5g vs 1.2g Sodium, Cholesterol & Sugar are accurate. Review Protein Bio availability: 74% Cost in India: Rs. 7600 (5lbs) Cost per scoop: Rs. 106 Overall rating: 7.3 Goal: Weight loss & Weight maintenance Should you buy it: No Reason: Other proteins available for better price and with high protein bio availability. instafit motivation fit TFLers fitness gymlife pushpullgrind grindout flex instafitness gym trainhard eatclean boy focus dedication strength ripped girl fitnessgear muscle shredded squat bigbench cardio sweat grind lifestyle workout bodybuilding

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Some researchers recommend filling up on high-volume, low-calorie foods like soups, salads, lean proteins, vegetables, and some fruits. The problem is that skipping all of those foods that you really enjoy eating can make it hard to stick to a diet. But fear not! There is a better way to predict which foods will make you feel fuller for longer, without piling on the calories. Here are five foods to make you feel fuller with less calories 1. Egg whites 2. Avocados 3. Chili Peppers 4. Oatmeal 5. Green & Raw vegetables instafit motivation fit TFLers fitness gymlife pushpullgrind grindout flex instafitness gym trainhard eatclean boy focus dedication strength ripped girl fitnessgear muscle shredded squat bigbench cardio sweat grind lifestyle workout bodybuilding

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4-0-2-3 Exercises Contraction exercises are those in which the maximum tension is present at the top of the movement (in the contracted position). These are all exercises in which an extended hold in the contracted position would make the exercise more difficult, intense and result-producing. The leg extension is a good example. When your knee is fully extended at the top of the movement, the quadriceps are fully contracted with maximum resistance directly on the muscle. If you were to hold the contraction for a count of three, this would make the exercise considerably more intense. A tempo suggestion for leg extensions using contraction emphasis would be 4-0-2-3 (lower the weight in four seconds, no pause at the bottom, lift the weight in two seconds, then hold and "squeeze" at the top for three seconds). Exceptions: On certain exercises, you would NOT want to pause in the contracted position because the top of the movement provides the least amount of resistance. These would include standing barbell curls (biceps), squats/hack squats/leg preses(quads), dumbbell pull-overs (lats) incline sit ups (abs), and many others. instafit motivation fit TFLers fitness gymlife pushpullgrind grindout flex instafitness gym trainhard eatclean boy focus dedication strength ripped girl fitnessgear muscle shredded squat bigbench cardio sweat grind lifestyle workout bodybuilding

46 Days ago
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Benefits: The pad on the preacher-curl bench forces you to keep your elbows stationary, as well as giving you a stable base for the exercise. If the EZ curl bar places too much strain on your wrists, try using dumbbells for this exercise and training one arm at a time. Starting Position: Use a preacher-curl bench and an E2 curl bar. It’s crucial that the seat on the preachercurl bench be adjusted to the right height.When you sit, the seat should not be so low that the shoulders are elevated nor so high that you're hunched over the pad.Grasp the EZ curl bar using a shoulder width grip. The Exercise: Curl the barbell upward in an arc.As you begin, be careful not to lurch or rock the weight to get it moving.The goal is to make the exercise hard on the biceps,not to use the deltoids and give the biceps a free ride.Cur| the bar towards your chin,but keep in mind that the resistance is greater at the beginning than at the end. If the resistance starts to let up, you've gone too far.Concentrate on the eccentric part of the exercise, lowering the bar slowly and resisting all the way. instafit motivation fit TFLers fitness gymlife pushpullgrind grindout flex instafitness gym trainhard eatclean boy focus dedication strength ripped girl fitnessgear muscle shredded squat bigbench cardio sweat grind lifestyle workout bodybuilding

50 Days ago
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Vitamins are necessary in our body here is a list of problems that can occur in our body incase of their deficiency Vitamin A A deficiency of Vitamin A can lead you to have side effects including dry skin, dry hair, blindness at nighttime, and an increase in digestive infections., and drowsiness. Vitamin B1 A deficiency can cause heart failure and water retention. Vitamin B2 A deficiency can cause areas of discolored skin. Vitamin B3 A deficiency can contribute to damage to the skin and nervous system. Vitamin B6 A deficiency can cause nervousness and muscular disorders. Vitamin B12 A deficiency can cause weakened nerve function. Vitamin C A deficiency can cause weakened immunity to sickness and slow healing of wounds. Vitamin D A deficiency can cause softened bones in adults and bone deformities in children. Vitamin E The deficiency associated with this disease causes problems such as poor transmission of nerve impulses, muscle weakness, and degeneration of the retina thatcan cause blindness. Vitamin K A deficiency can cause severe bleeding and easy bruising. Said that everything is good in a limit there are side effects of having all of the vitamins above in excess. instafit motivation fit TFLers fitness gymlife pushpullgrind grindout flex instafitness gym trainhard eatclean boy focus dedication strength ripped girl fitnessgear muscle shredded squat bigbench cardio sweat grind lifestyle workout bodybuilding

51 Days ago
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Benefits: Do these to develop the soleus muscle of the lower calf (the "V shaped" part of the muscle which descends down to the Achilles tendon), and the medial and lateral heads of the gastrocnemius (the upper calf muscle). . Starting Position: Sit on the seated calf-raise machine and place your toes on the bottom crosspiece, hooking your knees under the crossbar pads so that the pads rest on the lower part of your quads. Slowly lower your heels as far toward the ground as possible. The Exercise: Press up on your toes until your calves are fully contracted. Flex hard at the top, then slowly lower the weight back to the starting position.Try not to rock back and forth,but instead keep the calves working with a steady, rhythmic motion. instafit motivation fit TFLers fitness gymlife pushpullgrind grindout flex instafitness gym trainhard eatclean boy focus dedication strength ripped girl fitnessgear muscle shredded squat bigbench cardio sweat grind lifestyle workout bodybuilding

51 Days ago
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Benefits: This is a terrific mass-building exercise to add size to your thighs. It can be less stressful than squats to the lower back and allows you to use fairly heavy weights. Starting position: Sitting on a leg-press machine,position your feet together against the crosspiece about shoulder-width apart and toes pointed slightly outward. Grasp the handle grips or sides of the seat. The Exercise: Bend your knees and lower the weight as far as possible without changing the position of your hips.Do not lower the weight so far that your hips start to curl up off the seat.Pause briefly, then slowly push the weight back up using your heels, not your toes. Do not lock your knees at the top, but rather take the weight to just before lock.Then begin to lower the weight again in a slow and deliberate fashion. instafit motivation fit TFLers fitness gymlife pushpullgrind grindout flex instafitness gym trainhard eatclean boy focus dedication strength ripped girl fitnessgear muscle shredded squat bigbench cardio sweat grind lifestyle workout bodybuilding

52 Days ago
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Brown rice vs White rice All white rice starts out as brown rice. A milling process removes the rice’s husk, bran, and germ. This process increases white rice’s shelf life but removes much of its nutrition, including fiber, vitamins, and minerals. To counteract this, white rice is artificially fortified with nutrients. The refined grain is also polished to appear more palatable. Key nutritional differences Here are a few key differences between white and brown rice. Fiber Brown rice is generally higher in fiber than white rice. It typically provides 1 to 3 g more fiber than a comparable amount of white rice. Selenium Brown rice is a good source of selenium, which plays an integral role in thyroid hormone production, antioxidant protection, and immune function. Selenium also works with vitamin E to protect cells from cancer. Magnesium Unlike white rice, brown rice is typically a good source of magnesium. The average serving of cooked brown rice, about 1/2 cup, can provide around 11 percent of your daily recommended amount of magnesium. Manganese Mangane is a mineral that is essential for energy production and antioxidant function. Brown rice is an excellent source of this nutrient, while white rice is not. Selenium Brown rice is a good source of selenium, which plays an integral role in thyroid hormone production, antioxidant protection, and immune function. Selenium also works with vitamin E to protect cells from cancer. Magnesium Unlike white rice, brown rice is typically a good source of magnesium. The average serving of cooked brown rice, about 1/2 cup, can provide around 11 percent of your daily recommended amount of magnesium. The bottom line Brown rice is generally more nutritious than white rice. It’s higher in fiber, magnesium, and other nutrients, and it isn’t artificially enriched with nutrients like white rice is. instafit motivation fit TFLers fitness gymlife pushpullgrind grindout flex instafitness gym trainhard eatclean boy focus dedication strength ripped girl fitnessgear muscle shredded squat bigbench cardio sweat grind lifestyle workout bodybuilding

53 Days ago
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1. Green Tea: Green tea is undoubtedly one of the best natural fat burners that can really speed up your metabolism. Being loaded with antioxidants, it is beneficial for your health in several ways from preventing heart disease to lowering the risk of Alzheimer’s. All you need to do is swap your regular tea or diet soft drinks with green tea. 2. Grapefruit: Research conducted at Scripps Clinic has proved that eating even half a grapefruit before each meal can help you to lose up to ½ kg in a week. This is because it contains a key compound that helps to regulate insulin, a fat storage hormone, ultimately leading to weight loss. The best way to get the nutrition of grapefruit is to eat it peeled and segmented. You can also add chunks of grapefruit to your salads if can’t handle its bitterness. 3. Pears: These underrated fruits are packed with fibre with one serving of fibre providing nearly 15% of the daily requirement of fibre. To get the most of fibre from pears, it is advisable to consume the fruit with its skin on or add it to fruit salads. 4. Almonds: Now this might come as a surprise, but eating a handful of almonds on a daily basis can really help to burn fat quickly as per the research conducted by the US International Journal of Obesity. The participants who ate a handful of almonds daily for 6 months lost nearly 18% of their body fat. A handful of almonds can be a perfect snack. You can also add chopped almonds to your salads and porridge but avoid eating salted almonds. 5. Navy Beans: Navy beans act as powerful fat burners as they are packed with resistant starch. Research conducted at the University of Colorado observed that eating foods rich in resistant starch like navy beans can cause you to burn 25% more fat per day. You can add navy beans in your recipes if you want to lose weight quickly. instafit motivation fit TFLers fitness gymlife pushpullgrind grindout flex instafitness gym trainhard eatclean boy focus dedication strength ripped girl fitnessgear muscle shredded squat bigbench cardio sweat grind lifestyle workout bodybuilding

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Everything you do burns calories. By just existing, your body is constantly working. All the processes, digestion, circulation, thought, chemical creation, waste removal; these things take energy and that means calorie burn. Your body tears through hundreds of calories a day. That's why they tell people that on average, if you want to sustain your body you need to take in a minimum of approximately 1500 calories (this varies depending on your size, weight, gender etc.) Of all the things that you eat, protein is at the top of the list in foods that require effort to digest - even more than common fats. While you're body and digestive system is working hard to process and digest the protein that you take in, it's throwing calories into the furnace. One of the best types of clean protein to promote healthy weight loss is any protein that is soy-based. While there is no real magic weight loss pill, the soybean comes pretty close. For many who are serious about their weight loss, the most common addition to supplement the diet and fat burning foods is a good workout routine. It's important to remember that the more lean muscle your body has the more energy it takes to fuel those muscles, thus increasing metabolism. Protein is the life blood for muscle building. If you're working on a complete and balanced training routine then you should focus on building up that lean muscle. By increasing the soy protein in your diet, you'll be fueling your muscles which will help you burn fat at a faster pace - plus you'll tone your body up as the fat comes off so that you have a more contoured physique. instafit motivation fit TFLers fitness gymlife pushpullgrind grindout flex instafitness gym trainhard eatclean boy focus dedication strength ripped girl fitnessgear muscle shredded squat bigbench cardio sweat grind lifestyle workout bodybuilding

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TRUTH: Uh-oh, now we are cutting down a myth that supports our use of strength training in a fat loss program. But we have an obligation to set the record straight about this extremely prevalent myth (even though we just saw a big name fitness expert perpetuate this myth in a recent article!). This myth sounds so good. Add a pound of muscle, boost your metabolism 50 calories. That doesn't seem out of line at all. But do the math for a guy that puts on 30 pounds of muscle. Does his metabolism really increase by 1500 calories? Absolutely not. For an average guy, that would require his resting metabolism to increase from 2500 calories to 4000 calories per day. How would he be able to keep any of that muscle with a metabolism like that? He'd have to eat like a pig forever. instafit motivation fit TFLers fitness gymlife pushpullgrind grindout flex instafitness gym trainhard eatclean boy focus dedication strength ripped girl fitnessgear muscle shredded squat bigbench cardio sweat grind lifestyle workout bodybuilding

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Doing this due to very popular demand and for the convenience of our followers. We hope you are following our routines. instafit motivation fit TFLers fitness gymlife pushpullgrind grindout flex instafitness gym trainhard eatclean boy focus dedication strength ripped girl fitnessgear muscle shredded squat bigbench cardio sweat grind lifestyle workout bodybuilding

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People seeking fat loss might be quick to jump on the multiple meals per day plan thinking that it'll give them a metabolic boost and spur faster weight loss. While eating frequently might help you out, it's not because of a supercharged metabolism. The thing to note here is that the metabolic spike you get after eating is going to be directly proportional to the amount of calories you consume. Eat more, burn more. Eat less, burn less. YOUR TOTAL CALORIES FOR THE DAY ARE IMPORTANT. THE NUMBER OF MEALS IT TAKES YOU TO REACH THAT NUMBER MATTERS LESS. At the end of the day, if your calories are the same in both situations, you'll see the same metabolic enhancement. People who eat multiple times per day run the risk of consuming more calories since they eat more often; they're at a greater risk of weight gain. It all boils down to personal preference, but either way, calories tracking is the key. instafit motivation fit TFLers fitness gymlife pushpullgrind grindout flex instafitness gym trainhard eatclean boy focus dedication strength ripped girl fitnessgear muscle shredded squat bigbench cardio sweat grind lifestyle workout bodybuilding

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TRUTH: Another common myth that you'll often hear spread by non-gym goers is that all those protein shakes are slowly depleting their bone calcium content. What's the truth here? Is that protein shake you're drinking helping you build muscle or setting you up for a stress fracture? Don't put down your shaker cup just yet. The research is clear: A reasonably higher protein intake is safe. As reported in a study published in the "American Society For Clinical Nutrition," a higher protein intake won't change your markers of bone turnover or calcium extraction. However, all that protein can be dehydrating. If you bump your protein intake up from either supplements or real food, make sure you drink a little extra water throughout the day. instafit motivation fit TFLers fitness gymlife pushpullgrind grindout flex instafitness gym trainhard eatclean boy focus dedication strength ripped girl fitnessgear muscle shredded squat bigbench cardio sweat grind lifestyle workout bodybuilding

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Hold it right there, honey. Just because you've sworn off granulated sugar doesn't mean you can have a pass on the "natural" alternative. Far too many people think that honey is a healthier alternative to sugar. THE MAJORITY OF HONEY IS FRUCTOSE (SUGAR). JUST BECAUSE IT'S NATURAL DOESN'T MEAN YOU SHOULD EAT IT BY THE SPOONFUL. While honey does contain more nutrients than sugar—serving up vitamin B6, thiamin, niacin, riboflavin, pantothenic acid, calcium, copper, iron, and magnesium—at the end of the day, sugar is sugar by any name. Honey contains 55 percent fructose, and studies suggest that high fructose consumption can lead to health problems such as obesity, heart disease, and liver disease. A teaspoon per day won't crush you're your dietary goals, but view honey as a health food, and you're going to be in for a rude awakening. Too much of any form of sugar puts you at risk for type 2 diabetes, weight gain, and energy crashes. instafit motivation fit TFLers fitness gymlife pushpullgrind grindout flex instafitness gym trainhard eatclean boy focus dedication strength ripped girl fitnessgear muscle shredded squat bigbench cardio sweat grind lifestyle workout bodybuilding

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TRUTH: You've likely heard time and time again that, as far as heart health is concerned, whole eggs should be avoided. After all, too much yolk is never a good thing, right? Not necessarily. It's true: The recommended daily dose of cholesterol is around 300 mg, and one egg yolk contains 450 mg. That's nowhere near the whole story, though. Egg yolks contain high levels of dietary cholesterol, which is different from the blood level cholesterol that's linked to an increase in the risk of atherosclerosis and heart attacks. In fact, egg yolks can be beneficial. The carotenoids in the yolks may promote eye health. Egg yolks are also one of the richest dietary sources of the B-vitamin complex choline, which is linked to reduced inflammation and better neurological function. "I usually have two meals per day of 6-8 egg whites and two whole eggs," says Whitney Reid, BPI Sports East Coast sales manager. "It's a great protein source that your body can use easily." While downing a couple of six-egg omelettes is never a wise idea, eating one per day isn't going to put you in harm's way. instafit motivation fit TFLers fitness gymlife pushpullgrind grindout flex instafitness gym trainhard eatclean boy focus dedication strength ripped girl fitnessgear muscle shredded squat bigbench cardio sweat grind lifestyle workout bodybuilding

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TRUTH: Creatine loading may lead to an initial weight gain of 0.8 to 2.9 percent of body weight in the first few days due to water being pulled into the muscle; however, this is less likely to occur following a low-dose protocol. There is a common claim that all the weight gained with creatine supplementation is due to water weight. Indeed, several researchers have found acute increases in total body water as a result of creatine supplementation. However, while an initial weight gain may be a result of an increase in water, research consistently shows that creatine supplementation, in addition to resistance training, results in an increase in lean body mass and a decrease in fat mass, leading to improvement in body composition. This is likely due to a higher concentration of PCr and ATP stores, allowing for higher training intensities and volume. instafit motivation fit TFLers fitness gymlife pushpullgrind grindout flex instafitness gym trainhard eatclean boy focus dedication strength ripped girl fitnessgear muscle shredded squat bigbench cardio sweat grind lifestyle workout bodybuilding

63 Days ago
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