read_connect(); //$GLOBALS[ezoic_db]->read->query("use 17things"); ?>

Is it possible, through exercise and diet control, to lose weight and gain muscle at the same time?

Related Items

7 Responses to “Is it possible, through exercise and diet control, to lose weight and gain muscle at the same time?”

  1. huggz said:

    Yes it is possible, although weight loss may appear to be slow. What you will be doing is losing fat but gaining muscle, (muscle is heavier than fat).

  2. cutie said:

    yes the fat is actually turing into musscle but you need to make sure to excersize all your parts so not to make everything uneven

  3. xox_bass_player_xox said:

    yes

  4. Jamie M said:

    It is possible to lose FAT, but not necessarily WEIGHT, as muscle weighs more than fat. In order to burn fat more efficiently, you need to work on your muscles also–in terms of eating as well as excercise, because if your body runs out of fat to melt, it will begin eating your muscle tissue.

  5. rphilsell said:

    sure thing so long as you dont eat fatty foods

  6. ♥ slender slim ♥ said:

    yer it is deffo possible x

  7. Mike T said:

    Of course it is. Training hard with weights uses up a lot of energy, so will help you lose weight. Weight training will add muscle mass.




Message:

[newtagclound int=0]

Subscribe

Recent Comments

Recent Posts

Archives