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There's such a significant difference in getting lean & living lean. To maintain composition after an affective fat loss phase, takes proper application & comprehension of physiology.
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It's interesting to read the extensiveness of the spectrum of topics studies are covering now-a-days.
When you go to diet, it's beyond significant to comprehend the principles of a successful fat loss phase, as well as what happens AFTER the conclusion of the fat loss phase.
Keeping your training documented, sustaining your intensity & volume to preserve muscle mass.
Essentially the same style of lifting & cumulative totals that built your body in the first place.
That doesn't mean changing to light weight & high reps in some effort to "tone" a muscle, As that's a largely falsified concept.
In essence, also controlling your calorie deficit aggression so it isn't to severe. Where you begin to decrease training performance, Out dieting your training - as we refer to it.
But why is this so significant?
Recent studies showed a diet induced deficit which resulted in Lean Body Mass lost, seemingly results in a higher rate of fat gain at the deficits conclusion.
How? The hypothetical relations is that the loss of LBM through the diet, cause a physiological drive to consume more food in order to restore the lost LBM (muscle).
Where in these studies, seems to always result in fat overshooting, meaning the subjects gained more fat back than what they originally dropped in the fat loss phase.
Thus, this illustrates the significance of having a well equated & designed nutritional system, paired with a comprehensive progressive tension overload training program that manages your volume totals as diligently as your total calories.
A successful diet isn't anything to do with "weight" loss. It's about LBM preservation, fat loss & keeping the fat off.
Don't live on low calories.