If you work out enough, you can eat as much as you want, and whatever you want.Lately I’ve been toying around with a concept I call “The All-You-Can-Eat Diet.” It could also be described as exercise-only weight loss. To practice it, you simply eat as much as you want and whatever you want and exercise as much as necessary to lose weight.
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Individuals who are stuck on the idea that exercise must be packaged into a structured time slot called a "workout" will be destined to fitness and fat-loss failure during the busy holiday season. Traditional family obligations, parties, social events, shopping, and limited daylight hours will all work together to sabotage your exercise goals!
Counting calories makes sense. A calorie (technically a kilocalorie) is a unit of energy. Specifically, it is energy stored in the bonds of the nutrient molecules we consume in food. To oversimplify a bit, when calories remain stored in molecular bonds, those molecules become part of our bodies (for example, body fat).
Quick fat-shedding can come in handy, whether you need to shed pounds for an upcoming race, fit into your tux or bridesmaid dress, or get a few more inches into your vertical for the upcoming basketball league. Here are the three key steps that I utilize with my clients and athletes when we need to burn through fat as quickly as possible.
Question: Now that my race season is over, my training will change slightly. I plan to increase my weight training to two days per week and due to weather and daylight savings, the majority of my bike workouts will be on the indoor trainer. I plan to run outside as well as some runs on the treadmill. During this time, are there any recommendations you have for my nutrition?