“What’s a Good Fat Loss Training Routine?”
Train yourself to push your fork away from your mouth. Neither weight training nor cardio do a whole lot to create an energy deficit compared to not eating that piece of salted caramel cheesecake from Cheesecake Factory:
- Salted Caramel Cheesecake: 990 calories
- Amount of time it takes to eat it: 10 minutes
- Calories a 235-pound ass burns on a treadmill at a 3.5 MPH pace for one hour: 468 calories
Your neighbor lady who lost 57 pound using Weight Watchers never hit the gym, never stepped on a treadmill, and never did a squat. How’s that possible? She created an energy deficit by eating fewer total calories each day than she had been. She had a point system. Salted caramel cheesecake from cheesecake factory is 25 points. Three ounces of chicken breast is 3 points. I hope you get the idea here.
When it comes to fat loss, your nutritional habits have a bigger impact than training. In fact, weight training or metabolic conditioning routines that create massive energy deficits often stimulate the appetite so much that they cause you believe that you somehow “earned” the salted caramel cheesecake.
Stop looking for fat loss routines. Eat adequate protein. Manipulate your fat and/or carb intake downwards to achieve an energy deficit. Weight train to get thick, solid, and tight. Do cardio for heart health and use it as a supplement for your energy deficit.