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Other NSCA presenters have stated DEXA is not accurate for body comp
Good, information I personally have 1600 to 1800 calories per day. What do you think?
Carbs are garbage. I do not and physically cannot lose weight eating carbs. High fat is the way to go but you have to control calories with it
He’s either misinformed or intentionally misleading about the reasons why cutting out carbs and supplementing with fat helps with body fat reduction. Shame.
Aye Brad Schoenfeld in the Audience …haha
I was hoping for a more scientifically base report as this topic of this title deserves much more attention. I would recommend reading the performance and body composition studies performed by Dr Stephen Phinney and Dr Jeff Volek. While their work is focused on outcomes of keto-adapted athletes, what is absent in this video is any discussion of hormonal and enzymatic effects of the three macro nutrient groups, though the speaker approaches the topics but turns away from making any attempt, which is unfortunate. As for the reported outcomes, I’m very interested to know more about the exact compliance of the subjects, especially the remote clients. Again, great topic that deserves to be studied thorough scientific method.
Yep. This is what I’ve always explained to my clients. Aerobic exercise is a quick way to burn some calories off. However, resistance training, while not having an immediate of an effect, over time will make it harder to gain weight from the increased RMR due to an increase in lean muscle mass.
It is possible if meal timing is correct. It is about improving body composition, their health, improving their strength, etc.
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