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    Best plan for weight loss?

    Well I'm trying to come up with the best plan for weight loss. I'm between two different plans and I've done each of them a few times. The two plans are as follows: Jogging- a moderate jog around my neighborhood with breaks in between. I take a break when my legs get tired then start up again. I usually jog 1.5 miles a day. The second plan is what I think is called HITT where you go gradually speed up then slow back down and repeat. When i do this, I usually get my breathing going much faster than the jog (if that is related to calories burned).




    Now I was wondering, should i go with a jog or HITT or maybe a combination/alternation of both?

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    You can wear yourself out with cardio or you can look at your diet. For me & most people I know it's diet. Keto & I would even look into carnivore. Insulin sensitivity & blood sugar levels wre what you want to be thinking about imo.

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    Combination of hit and ss. 6 days a week with a solid diet

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    Diet. Make sure you're in a caloric deficit. Could be low carb/moderate fat/high protein, moderate carb/moderate/fat/moderate protein, ketogenic, whatever works for you.

    Then I prefer doing a couple sessions of HIIT weekly combined with a few LISS fasted sessions.

    Keep up the lifting hard because that can't change if you want to maintain muscle

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    I'm 60 yrs old and been training since I was 18(I know old motherfucker)You can not outrun a bad diet.I have also experienced that if your diet is great you will probably lose body fat regardless what cardio you choose.

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    Eat less!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Killionb12 View Post
    Eat less!
    99.9% sure that it's the right way

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    Quote Originally Posted by brianwiley38 View Post
    You can wear yourself out with cardio or you can look at your diet. For me & most people I know it's diet. Keto & I would even look into carnivore. Insulin sensitivity & blood sugar levels wre what you want to be thinking about imo.

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    yeah it's amazing how complex people make this out to be: change your diet, and get off the couch

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