Fat Escaper

How to lose weight fast for men? There is weight loss and then there is fat loss.  When men say they want to lose weight, they mean they want to lose fat, because they certainly don’t want to lose muscle.  Here are five myths and misconceptions about weight loss and excess fat.

#1 Myth: Running – the best way to lose weight

Many runners assume that running is always better – especially when it comes to weight loss.  But If your weight is more than 80-90 kg and you have never learned how to run professionally, then your movements will not effectively burn fat.  Most men have no clue what running professionally is. Running is not an innocuous activity and you should realize it.

Remember one simple truth: If you want to lose weight, don’t sabotage your diet with this common misconception. Your body can not simultaneously burn fat and build muscle. Running long is good, but not if you overeat because of it. By the way, be sure to download the book “Fat Escaper” by Peter Brooks. The author was able to solve the weight loss puzzle and described it in his guide.

#2 Myth: Eat less and move more

To lose fat, more calories need to be leaving your fat cells than entering them. For this reason, it seems only logical that “eating less and moving more” would cause weight loss. However, this is really ineffective advice for a man with serious weight problems. Most men that follow this advice end up gaining it back.

A man who weighs 70 kg should burn at least 2000 calories per day. A man’s body needs a certain amount of calories to carry out vital functions. If it doesn’t get those calories from the diet, it can start to break down its own tissues for energy. It is bad for health to reduce more than 20% of the daily calorie requirement.

#3 Myth: You need to do 12-15 repeats to burn fat

Mistakenly believe that work out for the mass should be 5-9 repeats and 12-15 repeats for body relief. Your metabolism slows down as your age. As a result, you often have to either eat less or exercise more to avoid gaining weight.

When it comes to diet and exercise, the only thing that you can really be certain of is that there will be new weight loss schemes with every new day. You need two power training for all muscles in a week, and the number of repetitions should be 5-7.

#4 Myth: Early – morning workouts are bad

In the early morning testosterone that helps build muscle mass is elevated in the body. By exercising in the morning, you’re taking advantage of these naturally circulating hormones as they’re peaking,  rather than later in the day when they’re lower.

Conditions to increase metabolism and speed up the rate at which you burn calories and lose weight: 45-50 minutes of slow cardio with the pulse of 140-150 beats per minute. Do it three hours after any meal or on an empty stomach. But it is important to remember that this approach does not work for women.

#5 Myth: You can lose weight in a week

Some people say that “healthy” weight loss means losing up to 3 kg per week. But remember that the body can burn maximum 400-700 grams of fat in a week, so if you lose more than that, it is water or muscle. By the way, these 400-700 grams of fat are equivalent to a deficit of 500-900 calories per day. That is why no need to enhance caloric deficits.

Fat Escaper by Peter Brooks

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