I’m sure once in your life you’ve thought about lifting weights. Maybe you’v even picked up some dumbbells or barbell, but every time you’ve tried lifting you have felt unsecured, fearful about what you are doing and a little bit lost. There’s also that fear about so,e myths you have heard about heavy weights making women bulky, or that if you stop lifting, your muscle will turn to fat. All these myths are crap and it feeds into stereotypes that are keeping too many women from experiencing the amazing benefits of resistance training.
Great article, and what I actually find very interesting during this cut, is that at the beginning, my trainer had my friend and I in a carb cycle, with very low carbs for a couple of weeks. Felt pretty tired and didn’t see much of a change in the scale to b honest. The week that she went back to every day carbs (3 servings) the scale started moving down, felt better and had way more energy. I’m not saying that carb cycling didn’t work , I just personally work better with carbs every day.
Any ways, this article it’s pretty informative 🙂
Cardio can be effective whether it is done while you are fasted or not. However, research shows that if your goal is fat loss then the best time to do cardio is in a fasted state (before breakfast or at least 4 hours after a meal. ). I personally do cardio 5-6 times a week every morning before breakfast and I have seen dramatic changes in my physique so I know that this research is true.