If I eat alot for muscle growth and do cardio for fat loss… Will it be useless??

Will I jjust keep gaining muscle along with fat since im gaining weight? Or will the fat still come off if I do alot of cardio? I have a flabby chest and mid stomach and would like to change that while gaining strength

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4 Responses to “If I eat alot for muscle growth and do cardio for fat loss… Will it be useless??”

  1. Geoff B said:

    Its generally more effective to do one thing at a time. To build muscle, you have to do hard anaerobic exercise and eat a lot, especially protein. To lose fat, you have to do prolonged aerobic exercise, and generally eat less. You can’t turn fat into muscle. There may be some carryover from one activity to another, but you probably won’t gain a lot of muscle while losing a lot of fat, or vis versa. I’d suggest working on your muscle growth first, and then working on the weight loss. That way, you can get large strong muscles, and then get definition by losing the fat. However, it depends on which is more important to you. And by all means, don’t let this discourage you from whatever kind of activity you want to pursue. Exercise is almost always better than no exercise, whatever kind it is. Good luck!

  2. icecube said:

    probably your total weight won’t change so much because gaining muscles gains you weight too, but your fat ratio will decrease so you ll look muscular. I suggest you to do weightlifting and cardio series and decrease the fat you eat. You ll see the results in two months.

  3. Calamity said:

    Any excersice is good for you and well if your training then you will just turn into lean meat mate 🙂 Has long as your not eating ” unhealthy lardy fat” you should be fine .. meat is good for you . Also there are fat free protein bars you can get .. I can see where you are coming from here and Im sure you will get good results but if you dont then keep training and try different eating habits .

  4. jorge g said:

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