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Losing weight and building muscle. Is it possible to do at the same time?

I am quite muscular already but have quite a bit of fat around my ab area and would like to lose it but also build muscle at the same time. Is that possible? Whats the best way to achieve my goal of being leaner yet more muscular?

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6 Responses to “Losing weight and building muscle. Is it possible to do at the same time?”

  1. The 11-23 said:

    Eat healthy, try to do at least 20 minutes of cardio everyday, and workout at least 3 times a week. You will gain more muscle with the workouts and you will lose fat and get leaner by eating right and cardio. Do this and in a month or two you will definitely see results.

  2. C said:

    I have tried many things like this gaining muscle while losing fat diets and routines when i was younger. It doesn’t work, depending on what body fat percent you are and what your goals are i suggest cutting then lean bulking back up, you will look muscular with minimal fat. Google cutting diets/routines

    Hope this helped a bit.

  3. Geezer Glide said:

    I tend to agree with the idea of focus on losing weight in ab area first. With the proper weight training program and cardio exercise both goals are attainable in steps.The diet is the key on both goals. Starting lean and then focusing more on building muscle will not only look better on you. It will be easier to achieve and manage.

  4. Orla C said:

    Yes, it’s what your body does naturally when you exercise and watch what you eat.

  5. sam said:

    Stay away from alcohol and sugar, try taking Isopure which is packed with protein, zero carbs and helps maintain and build muscle mass when exercising and you might want to try a good fat burner. . . my flavorite is at tri-matrix.com, called tri-matrix

  6. Paul said:

    Its not about losing weight while building muscle, what you are looking to do is lose fat while gaining muscle. Eat right, cutting out fats and sugars and include some cv in your training. It basically boils down to expending more calories than you take in, nothing else!




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