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Even though you can’t turn fat into muscle, you can still have less fat and more muscle. It’s really just a matter of calling things what they are, the end product is still what you were aiming for. Stick to the above plan and you’ll be sure to see a lot more muscle and a lot less fat on your body. Simply put, your body can’t turn fat into muscle. And the reverse is also true: Your body can’t turn muscle into fat, either.
Well, I can honestly say, that you cannot magically turn fat into muscle. It’s physically not possible. If this was possible, you could probably kiss the obesity problem good bye.
Anyways, fat and muscle are two totally different tissues. There is a common misunderstanding that when strength training the goal is to turn fat cells into muscle. An end needs to be put to this myth right now, due to the single fact that fat can physiologically not turn into muscle and muscle can never turn into fat. Trying to turn fat into muscle is not much different than trying to turn coffee into tea. When you lose weight, fat that resides in different parts of your body goes missing like ‘poof!’.
Any muscle you grow afterward has nothing to do with the fat. To quickly get this out of the way, there’s no way possible to turn fat into muscle because they’re two entirely different tissues. Your fat tissue is made up of the fat you consume. Every single time you eat a meal containing fat, you store that fat in the fat cells on your body.
Though this may result in weight loss, it will most likely trim both fat and muscle mass. When following a body recomposition routine, it’s important to. To do this, you must eat enough to preserve muscle, but not so much that you put on fat. Here are some basic rules to follow for turning fat into muscle.
Fill up on protein and multi-coloured. Sadly, it’s physiologically impossible to turn fat into muscle. Likewise, muscle doesn’t turn into fat if you stop working out. Muscle and fat are completely different tissues. Adipose tissue, or body fat, is stored energy.
When you create a calorie deficit through diet and exercise, your body turns to stored fat for fuel. It’s impossible to turn body fat into lean muscle tissue. That’s like saying you’re going to turn gold into silver. It just doesn’t happen like that.
You can “burn fat” (actually decrease fat cells) and build lean muscle mass with proper nutrition, strength training and cardio exercise.
List of related literature:
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|from Winning Bodybuilding: A complete do-it-yourself program for beginning, intermediate, and advanced bodybuilders by Mr. Olympia|
|from The Ultimate Diet 2.0|
|from The Ketogenic Diet: A Complete Guide for the Dieter and Practitioner|
|from The Power of Fastercise: Using the New Science of Signaling Exercise to Get Surprisingly Fit in Just a Few Minutes a Day|
|from High Definition Body Sculpting: Art and Advanced Lipoplasty Techniques|
|from You Are Your Own Gym: The Bible of Bodyweight Exercises for Men and Women|
|from The Complete Guide to Fasting: Heal Your Body Through Intermittent, Alternate-Day, and Extended Fasting|
|from Bigger Leaner Stronger: The Simple Science of Building the Ultimate Male Body|
|from Sculpting Her Body Perfect|