Weight Training for Weight Loss – How Weight Training will help you Slim Down

 

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Weight training can actually boost weight loss and carve your ideal physique—while also making you stronger mentally and improving your overall sense of wellbeing. You’ll Lose 40 Percent More Fat 2 of 8 Turns out you don’t have to sweat it out on the treadmill for hours on end to burn fat. Read on for more on why strength training is the best exercise for weight loss. Strength training helps build lean muscle. “Aerobic exercise is actually the most effective in losing weigh.

Strength training for fat loss is a controversial topic. Lots of people out there believe that lifting weights is only useful if your goal is to build muscle and gain strength. And if you don’t want to be ‘big’ and ‘bulky’ you’d be much better off doing cardio instead.

How many times a week should I do strength training workouts for fat loss? We recommend that each week you do strength training routines for the upper and lower body, two times each (four ST sessions total). Another option is to do 3 routines per week that target all muscle groups (instead of just upper or lower). Now, you may lose weight, stay the same weight, or gain weight during your strength training career.

But no matter what your scale weight is at, you’ll carry more muscle and less fat if you’re lifting weights compared to if you’re not. The Modern Strength Training/Fat Loss Program Below is a strength training/fat loss program that (coupled with diet and high intensity interval training) will get you big, lean and powerful. Perform this program 3 times a week. Modern Strength Training/Fat Loss Program.

Strength training will definitely help you lose weight and is an integral part of how you can shape your body into the lean, fit machine you’ve always wanted! How. That’s borne out by numerous studies that show both weight training and aerobic exercise can help people lose body fat.

For example, a study published in a November 2017 issue of Obesity found that both aerobic exercise and resistance training — when paired with a weight-loss diet — decreased body fat mass. Strength training is needed to maintain muscle to ensure that all the weight you lose is body fat, leaving you look healthy, fit, and sexy. The research is quite clear that strength training will help preserve muscle mass even while in a calorie deficit.

Interestingly, ACSM’s review of the research found that weight training is not very helpful for weight loss. However, it is important to remember that even if your weight doesn’t change, your body.

List of related literature:

Intensity through strength training—weight bearing and resistance exercises—strengthens muscles and burns fat, increasing lean muscle mass, boosting metabolism and strengthening bones.

“Eat Like a Woman: A 3-Week, 3-Step Program to Finally Drop the Pounds and Feel Better Than Ever” by Staness Jonekos, Marjorie Jenkins
from Eat Like a Woman: A 3-Week, 3-Step Program to Finally Drop the Pounds and Feel Better Than Ever
by Staness Jonekos, Marjorie Jenkins
Harlequin, 2014

This is a book for people who strength train to stay in shape, compete in strength-training sports, or want to improve their athletic ability.

“Power Eating-4th Edition” by Susan Kleiner, Maggie Greenwood-Robinson
from Power Eating-4th Edition
by Susan Kleiner, Maggie Greenwood-Robinson
Human Kinetics, 2013

Weight Training The ITP should be supplemented with a high-repetition, low-weight exercise program.

“Physical Rehabilitation of the Injured Athlete E-Book” by James R. Andrews, Gary L. Harrelson, Kevin E. Wilk
from Physical Rehabilitation of the Injured Athlete E-Book
by James R. Andrews, Gary L. Harrelson, Kevin E. Wilk
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2011

Strength training is useful here, too.

“The New Encyclopedia of Modern Bodybuilding: The Bible of Bodybuilding, Fully Updated and Revis” by Arnold Schwarzenegger, Bill Dobbins
from The New Encyclopedia of Modern Bodybuilding: The Bible of Bodybuilding, Fully Updated and Revis
by Arnold Schwarzenegger, Bill Dobbins
Simon & Schuster, 2012

It is much like strength training in that a progression in intensity is a must to create the physical improvements you desire.

“52-week Basketball Training” by Chip Sigmon
from 52-week Basketball Training
by Chip Sigmon
Human Kinetics, 2003

Strength training and dieting together is the answer for achieving a lean, toned body, balancing our hormones and addressing many ofthe major causes ofobesity.

“The Hormone Diet: A 3-Step Program to Help You Lose Weight, Gain Strength, and Live Younger Longer” by Natasha Turner
from The Hormone Diet: A 3-Step Program to Help You Lose Weight, Gain Strength, and Live Younger Longer
by Natasha Turner
Rodale Books,

Lessons 2 and 3 offer other means of developing muscular strength: weight training with handheld weights and weight

“Quality Lesson Plans for Secondary Physical Education” by Dorothy Zakrajsek, Lois Carnes, Frank E. Pettigrew
from Quality Lesson Plans for Secondary Physical Education
by Dorothy Zakrajsek, Lois Carnes, Frank E. Pettigrew
Human Kinetics, 2003

Strength • Circuit training.

“Neurorehabilitation for the Physical Therapist Assistant” by Darcy Umphred, Connie Carlson
from Neurorehabilitation for the Physical Therapist Assistant
by Darcy Umphred, Connie Carlson
SLACK, 2006

For improvements in strength the resistance training is the best option.

“An Introduction to Human Movement and Biomechanics E-Book” by Andrew Kerr, Philip Rowe
from An Introduction to Human Movement and Biomechanics E-Book
by Andrew Kerr, Philip Rowe
Elsevier Health Sciences, 2019

This book is great for learning the basics of strength training.

“Mother Daughter Wisdom” by Christiane Northrup, M.D.
from Mother Daughter Wisdom
by Christiane Northrup, M.D.
Hay House, 2006

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  • You truly understand that not everyone can jump around do high impact, your workouts are well put together,short & get results but more importantly sustainable.
    Iam very surprised you haven’t got more subscribers tbh.
    I will recommend you to my friends in need. Thank you ������you are awesome �� #workout #motivation #fitness #music #goodluck

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  • What happens to BMR or even daily caloric needs as muscle is built, what can we expect about the caloric needs of our body as we build muscle? Thanks

  • maybe talk about carb storage in muscle in a more detailed manner. I’m very interested in carb intake for muscle growth and preservation. stuff like why bodybuilders do carb reload prior to the show

  • Not only I lost fat and gained muscle, but I feel more energized and productive throughout the day. My sleep has also improved drastically. Website called Next Level Diet really changed my life for the better.

  • Hi, Dr Spencer. This is Jill from Oregon. Would love to hear your take on Intermittent Fasting and it’s potential effect on satiety, insulin and weight loss.

  • Wow wow wow thank you!!..i knew it…i’ve been so confused on whether i should do cardio or abdominal workouts for belly fat and turns out this is my answer……and i’ve just dropped chloe ting and holly dokes workouts��cause nah i gotta listen to this guy he knows his shit.

  • Cool stuff. I’ll be showing this to all my clients who overdo the cardio on top of what is prescribed in their program. So tired of having to explain over and over again lol.

  • Hi, random question, I was wondering if my bf% at 10% (I am a woman) is too low. I am the heaviest I ever been, I eat around 2000 kcal a day and 30% of it being fat. Or shall I just include more cardio in my routine? I am not very fond of it, when I do cardio is just HIIT once a week, other 4 days is strenght training routine.Thanks for your reply!

  • I would like to see a video on supplements for improving health and performance. Like probiotics, curcumin, ashawanga, minerals, creatine…

  • A great video would be about nutrition differences from athletes dealing with type 2 diabetes or prediabetes versus healthy athletes!!!

  • So I have incorporated weightlifting into my weight loss plan, lifting 3x a week and doing long walks for 5-6 days a week. I also am using calorie restriction and have eliminated sugars and am eating as much clean food as possible. I am seeing a doctor while doing this and am down 79 lbs. since last November 2019. I recently did my BMI measurements and one of the things that came back was that I lost 9 lbs of muscle since February despite lifting that entire time. Should I be concerned or am I doing something wrong? I just want to make sure I am setting myself up for long term success and strength. I was 345 lbs, now I am 266 at 6’1”.

  • It’s amazing how people can get fit and healthy by two simple steps -> don’t over eat on garbage or sugar… and then actually move a bit… Like cmon. It’s not that difficult.

  • Insulin sensitivity, and glycimic idex. If it matter. I know a lot of people “expert” that talk about the importance of glycimic index. Taking people away of the true explanation of why it is no so important If you have the basic correct.

  • I need to eat more to keep the muscle and i need to eat less to lose fat so weight never really goes down meanwhile I’m looking like a blob. Sometimes i think focus on one thing or fail at both. Dr.Odd thinks otherwise

  • random BUT after working out to your videos, usually its “MUTE” since I use my own music NOW have I only heard you guys talk haha fml -_

  • I have just found you here on YouTube and I am SO THRILLED with so many of your thoughts on health and fitness! I am still working on my own but in my research I have found that strength training vs steady state cardio is super important, that hiit workouts are awesome, and I love your take that food is not the enemy as long as what you are eating is good food. Anyway, thank you for your channel, and I have to say that OMG Kelly your eyes are absolutely gorgeous. That is all:)

  • I wish I had an app that guides me on home workouts like the RP diet app. It would help me be consistent and add reassurance I will meet my goals which is health. This video is very helpful and I will use what you said. Thank you.

  • Can you talk about cardio for fat loss. I just lifted weights and i can see the muscle under the fat but the fat wont go. How important is the cardio aspect?

  • Hi guys, I see loads of posts about weight loss however, I need advise on not losing weight. I’m 7 1/2 stone 5ft and classed as skinny, my body is fine, but I wish to tone my muscles and keep my heart healthy. Should I do weight training? I’m worried I’ll lose weight. When I don’t have it to lose!

  • Cardio is raising your heart rate for sustained periods. Specifically for fat burning, the best results (aside from HIIT) are from sustained low to moderate cardio keeping your heart rate in that golden zone approaching 79% of your max. If you lift weights with good intensity for an hour, that’s what you do anyway. So my advice is do mostly resistance training, occasionally add in a full cardio session, but 80%+ weights will get you there faster than cardio, with the added bonus of a great physique when you do get there…

  • Muscles consume body fat, even when the body is resting. This is why building muscles also helps to a degree to reduce fat. However, cardio is way more efficient at that. But your example nicely demonstrates that muscle training alone may be enough, probably especially for people who are generally lean, but may have a belly they want to reduce (basically everyone above 40…).

  • This video may have one of the most paused moments in YouTube history.

    But this was an amazing story. It’s not easy to start on a path and stay on a path, as you said, but kudos to you for being an inspiration.

    Side note: How do you continue to stay in shape when you just work constantly now? Are you doing leg lifts under the desk or something? Curling your keyboard? One of those questions was serious, the others were dumb attempts at humor.

  • Way too late to comment on this video, but still…
    Thanks for sharing your experience. I have allergic Asthma (basically all year and even indoors) and I was in real good shape before it hit me. In the last 5 years I gained 20 kilos (I’m now 95 kilos at 170cm) and got really out of shape.
    Now I’m trying to change this, but can’t do cardio, so this is really helpful advise/motivation…
    I’m hoping to get down in the lower 80s by next summer
    I might even report back here (even tho it’s not relevant)

  • for the weights and stuff most serious routines consist of: women should do high reps/low weight < this is for lean muscle. for Men, should be High Weight/ low reps. for bulk muscle. Tony Horton was my idol when doing p90x lol. I used to be ripped awhile ago, but then, I got an cushy IT office job. Been super hard to keep up on it.
    For me I started Keto and intermittent fasting and i lost 40+ pounds in a few months doing absolutely nothing (except following the routine). I feel so good and mentally sharp everyday. I really wouldn’t listen to the nay Sayers until you try it yourself for 6+ months (accurately}.

  • Can’t think of anything to comment so I’m just going to post a pancake recipe.
    1 1/2 cups milk
    1 egg
    2 teaspoons vanilla extract
    1 tsp of cum
    2 cups White Wings self-raising flour
    1/4 teaspoon bicarbonate of soda
    1/3 cup caster sugar
    25g butter, melted
    Whisk milk, egg and vanilla together in a jug. Sift flour and bicarbonate of soda into a bowl. Stir in sugar. Make a well in centre. Add milk mixture. Whisk until just combined.
    Step 2

    Heat a large non-stick frying pan over medium heat. Brush pan with butter. Using 1/4 cup mixture per pancake, cook 2 pancakes for 3 to 4 minutes or until bubbles appear on surface. Turn and cook for 3 minutes or until cooked through. Transfer to a plate. Cover loosely with foil to keep warm. Repeat with remaining mixture, brushing pan with butter between batches. Serve.

  • 2017? This lady had a YouTube channel in the past, no idea. I thought IGN people at the time couldn’t have due to a contract….I guess such contract doesn’t exists.

  • I’ve been trying the HIIT one, the last one: weight, cardio, weight, cardio…I’m telling you I am sweting it people. Been doing it for a good 2 weeks now, and I can see that my body is changing. I do eat great, nuts, toffu, eggs, lentils soup, tuna, salads etc. Ouff going to be SEXXXXXXY soon!!

  • Thank you for this video! how many days would you recommend cardio and would you always recommend HIIT-type cardio? Thank you for all you do!

  • I hate cardio ����. Usually lose breath after a few mins. Then I am too tired to do it again xD. Now I am looking into doing weight lift.

  • thankyou guys so much, im a hockey player and i’ve been loosing some weight during the summer from my training, however i’ve noticed i put on a few pounds since then since training got few a far between due to my studies, im 17 years old, and i weigh about 185-200lbs, your videos are helping me a lot, i have but one question: How many times a week should i workout for?

  • Inspiring shit man. I started gymming regularly and in 1 year I was the exact same weight (80kg), but my bodyfat % had dropped and that beginner muscle had solidified. Good shit.

  • Are you telling me that you were unaware of the concept of reps/sets and working a different body part each day? I should be a trainer. I work at a gym and it baffles me every time I see someone using the leg machine to do arms.

    Edit: Also your muscle groupings are nonsensical. If you do biceps and triceps one day, the next day when you do shoulders, you will be ruining your tricep workout because you’re basically doing triceps again. Group pushing and pulling exercises together. Back and biceps do all the pulling, so do those together. Then chest and triceps the next day. Then legs and stomach, which are more connected than most people think.

    Another edit: my dad doesn’t lift because he said he doesn’t want to get “too big.” I told him I’ve been trying to get too big my entire life. It doesn’t happen accidentally.

  • people that say eating healthy is too expensive have never tried or even researched it my food bill has halved since turning vegan

  • I like cardio, but living in a busy area I hate running because of bumping into people or being looked at. Gym sounds good, but the same reasons apply lol. Good on you though, because it takes real motivation to actually cut down.

  • 53 year old… hitting a 200 lb wall. Been on RP for 4 weeks. I’ve lost 4 lbs the first two weeks but nothing the past two weeks. I’ve transitioned to Fat loss 1 this week. Don’t see much difference in the diets so will probably move to fat loss 2 right away.

  • Did you try Seretide, I start with 500, now I’m on 250?
    As a kid I finish few times in hospitality for big problems with my Asthma, with 17 years I go the first time to the gym… and I have really big problems, like you… but I fight with an attack, I get an attack, then I use Ventolin 2-4x times in a row and continue to run… After a year I get stronger… not as I want, but to run 10-12km on a treadmill was easy for me.
    After my doctor recommended to me Seretide, my life changed overnight literally.
    I still have Asthma, (as we know asthma is not curable) but I really don’t remember when I last time had an attack (i’m 30 years old now)
    I take just 2x Seretide before I go to sleep and that is it, not even recommended 4x daily dose.
    PS: Sorry for the last comment, it was just a joke.

  • Really important video, Alanah! I have asthma too and while it doesn’t impact my day-to-day that much since I became an adult, any moderately-intensive cardio induces it without fail. I found out a few years ago that I can take my inhaler right before starting a cardio session and be pretty ok as long as I don’t go nuts, but it’s so hard to get started with weight loss when you feel like the only exercise you’re supposed to do can literally kill you.

    Weights are a great way to burn the calories while also quickly improving how your body looks. Really glad to see this info spreading.

  • This look looks so good on you. You’re hitting megacute at the top of the scale.
    And yes, you can lift weight with two purposes. Gradually increasing weights builds muscle. Using small weights burns fat. The more repetition with a small weight the more fat you burn.

  • Cardio is worthless when it comes to fitness and weight loss. Cardio is only good for a better heart rate. Cardio doesn’t burn enough calories for weight loss when you compare the time you have to spent doing it. The best thing to do for weight loss is compound exercises or weight training. Weight training burns way more calories than Cardio when you compare equal amount of time spent. More muscle burns more fat and speeds up your metabolism as well.

  • Does Custokebon Secrets (search on google) help me lost tons of fat? I notice lots of people keep on speaking about this popular lose weight method.

  • Bro thank you because I go in the gym and look stupid trying to figure out what to do lmaoo a guy helped me out one time and just said “you look lost what you trying to accomplish, I’ll give you some pointers”

  • As expert, I do think Custokebon Secrets is good way to lost crazy amounts of weight. Why not give it a chance? perhaps it is going to work for you too.

  • Some of my workmates followed the “fetching tuti space” plan (Google it) and was able to lose about 13 pounds! After hearing about their results, I decided to look into this program on google for myself, and I dropped excess weight myself the moment I began. I`ll keep posting updates to tell you if this gets far better or worst being that this has only been 7 days after all.

  • My dad lost 100lbs. I visited Next Level Diet and followed their steps. I only selected food he likes and they provided me with FULL PACKET in seconds. I got 30 days DIET MEAL PLAN, TRAINING PLAN, FITNESS TIPS, and HEALTHY RECIPES as well.

  • Thanks guys for your super helpful videos. I’m really enjoying the variety of workouts that you provide. I was just wondering…. Where will I fit Cardio in my week, if I have to fit in 4 strength training workouts? I have a very busy schedule but I’m trying to fit regular exercise in, so I’m not sure how or where I’d fit more sessions in. I would appreciate some pointers. Thanks so much guys!:-)

  • You were looking better on the left picture. But I like woman with big hips. So that’s just me. Woman looking like a tooth pick are just not for me.

  • My question is about dieting for weight loss. I heard that I should get rid of sugar from my diet and that includes fruits but this topic is so confusing because I’ve read that fruits are healthy and shouldn’t be excluded from my diet. Should I get rid all fruits from diet if I want to lose weight quickly as possible? Or should I continue eating fruit?

  • Kelly and Daniel, I am loving this strength training work out. I have been doing it 1x per week and am going to up it to two. Do you have any other with a similar format?

  • How do people think Greg isn’t natural when they think people like Chris Jones, Brandon Carter, Christian Guzman are natural. They all have more impressive physiques than Greg yet Greg is the one bashed on for being on the juice

  • Guys can I strength train two days in a row the same muscle group? Say two days back to back of lower body strength training? Please let me know. Also you guys are my gurus. You are doing a fantastic job I love you both its so much fun watching you and you make the workouts better by talking us through it.

  • I can’t do pushup, and i’m afraid if i push my body to do it i would end up injuring myself, what would you suggest i do as an alternative?

  • hi!
    i was just wondering, how often do you guys run/go jogging and for how many miles?
    also, what type of intensity training is that? (high low medium?)
    thanks! you guys are the best!

  • is it alright to do HIIT and strength training on the same day? I just wonder, or HIIT today and strength training the following day?

  • But I don’t need bulky body which is getting by weight lifting. I already had heavy legs by doing squats. I am now reducing which is very difficult. I am slim but weight is high.

  • i have an apple shape body and iv been excersing for 3 week with cardio and havent lost a pound, im 4,10 and wight 151lbs for my height im obesse..can you specify exactly what workout would better fit me.

    greatly appreciate for reply and keep make them vids:)

  • I needed to lose a lot of weight in the shortest amount of time possible and this helped me get myself in shape. I really wanted something to help me deal with the unexpected slowing down of my metabolism. Weight loss green store tea did well and continues to assist me in reaching the weight that I want.

  • This is fantastic! I would love to know an indepth way to help improve results for my obese clients. I would also like to know how to approach programming for type 2 diabetics who need help fast. Thanks DR!

  • I’m trying to stick with doing 3-4 (full body) strength training days but my days seem to be consistently in a row. Is this okay,  or should you have rest days in between for muscle repair? Thanks and great videos btw! They have helped me out a lot.:)

  • I’ve just watched your video about HIIT training and you recommend max 4 times a week. Is it ok to do one day strength and the next day HIIT? or should I do a day off between them or for example, one day S, one day HIIT, off, and then again…? Some suggestions?:-) (I am looking for losing some weight and I am just trying to be more active) Thanks in advance!

  • To be honest…as a Christian woman I love not having to deal with the constant rock music. I usually just mute it but at times you miss the important tips. Thank you guys!

  • First of all i LOVE you guys to absolute pieces. You are seriously a gift from God.

    I have a question and no matter who I ask or what I google I can’t really find an answer. Im 25 years old, 5’6 and 120 pounds. For a few years I struggled with an eating disorder and really destroyed my body, i lost all my muscle and strength. Now, at a healthy weight, it’s VERY hard for me to work out again. I do beginners workouts and I am so exhausted that I almost throw up half way through the video. I wake up so sore I have to take Vicodin to even get off the couch. I can hardly even walk on a treadmill for 15 minutes and I feel there’s no point in trying if I can’t do what doctors even consider enough to be a workout. I’ve been to the doctor multiple times and theres nothing wrong with me (anemia, etc). Have I ruined my body for forever or is there someway that I’ll be able to get my strength back without killing myself while working out? Most people are telling me 10 minutes of HIIT or strength or whatever isn’t a workout, but I feel if I’m panting and sweating and wake up sore I MUST be getting a workout right? ah i’m so confused and discouraged. 

  • I can’t believe it! I started the strenght training and my body started to ask for more!! then on the cardio routines, I don’t get tired as fast as i used to…
    I love you guys:D

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  • в целом хорошие тренировки. но как же надоедает этот монотонный голос за кадром, болтающий без остановки!!! можно вместо этой болтовни или полную тишину, или какую-нибудь нормальную музыку???

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  • Hi Fitness Blender! i’m 19 and have been trying out your videos on youtube but i am confused as to what kind of videos I should be watching, I wanna lose weight but not bulk up, like just fat loss so should I do HITT videos + medium intensity cardio + strength training? I just don’t wanna be doing the wrong type of workouts. Also I am going to be purchasing the first 8 week fat loss program, would that be a good way to start? Thanks for taking time to read and I love your channel!!

  • Hi, I need to lose about 10-15lbs to reach my ideal weight and I thought if I do strength training my scale values will increase. So, wanted to reach my ideal weight and the start strength training. Is it wrong??

  • How much protein should I be taking in if I want to lose weight rather than building bulk? Also what are the best times of day to take in protein?

  • strength training 4x/week and HIIT 3-4x /week…but I guess mixing the 2 would be too much? that would mean working out every day with no rest. So how would you best combine the two? thanks a lot…love those vids that are not actual workouts.

  • i am not sure if u will be reading this or not but i must tell u guys that u people are so clear in ur concepts..i have been searching about fitness like mad..till i reached ur videos..u have got everything in ur channel..its a great help..thumbs uppppp <3

  • Look at professional athletes at the Olympics and tell me, do you think these women are bulky? Look at Jessica Ennis, the current Olympic heptathlon champion (a veeery strong woman indeed). Check out her pics and tell me if she’s bulky. I don’t think she is myself; and probably she trains at extreme levels of intensity for 6 hrs a day everyday.. Do you think you can top that?

  • Hi I have started strength training with FB recently. Usually I do cardio with weights added. I have not gained weight working out that way. My waistline has remained 36 inches.I have noticed a 3-lb weight gain within the past month I have been working out with FB! Help, when will the weight loss come?? Thanks, I love your workouts.