Is it true that you cannot lose any weight if you begin to exercise before losing some of if?

Some people say that the fat gets stuck when you exercise before losing some weight. They say that it is always good idea to lose weight with massages first in order to softened the fat and then you will be ready to go for exercise.

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5 Responses to “Is it true that you cannot lose any weight if you begin to exercise before losing some of if?”

  1. Ben said:

    No, by working out, people will start to gain muscle mass. Thus their weight will appear as if they aren’t losing weight, when they are actually losing fat and gaining healthy muscle.

  2. T T said:

    That is not true at all!
    If you exercise and watch your calorie intake, you should definitely lose weight.

  3. nightserf said:

    Who’s been feeding you this garbage? If you consume fewer calories than you use, your body will be forced to break down its fat deposits to make up the deficit. That is the one and only way that fat is lost.

    Don’t be confused: your goal is to lose fat. If you also develop muscle mass, the loss of fat may not show on the scale; the mirror is sometimes a better tool for assessing your progress.

  4. Andrew Aitaken said:

    it’s not true. another myth busted.

  5. CPT for Free! said:

    Wow, that is the stupidest thing I’ve heard in a while, congratz!

    Fat does not get stuck when you exercise. Fat aka adipose tissue is your body’s stored energy. The ONLY way for the body to get rid of it is to use it because a moderate caloric deficit is in effect.




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