Although this is a question I often get asked, it was also one of the first questions put to me when I designed and submitted my Doctoral Thesis Application at my University some years ago.
Even then a panel of highly educated people in the health sciences where sceptical that achieving the two are actually possible during an exercise program.
I’ll give you the same answer I gave my University’s Ethics committee...🧐🧐🧐
👉👉 Muscle is the driving force of the metabolism and primary fuel of the immune system. With each passing decade adults lose the capacity to maintain muscle. We all know a high body fat percentage promotes poor health & shortens the lifespan. Therefore, not only is building muscle and shedding body fat simultaneously desired, this should be the number one requirement of any good exercise program.
The steps and procedures I implemented in my research studies involved real-life, living, working people. They form the foundation of Metabolic Precision.
To experience rapid improvements in body composition - more muscle, less fat! Here are a few key points 👀 👀 👀
✅ A resistance exercise program structured for progressive overload needs to be the focal point.
✅ An eating plan based on nutritious protein-rich meals consumed frequently is another.
✅ Prioritise post workout nutrition as the hours immediately following a workout serve to channel nutrition to muscle and not fat.
No expensive supplements required and no need to rule out any of your favourite foods.
Thankfully, since then, other scientists all over the world have verified my results. However, the proof is always in the pudding. That’s why I’ve genuinely loved viewing every transformation that’s been emailed to me over the years, every single 40,000-50,000 of them.