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2016/07/11 17:57:52 (permalink)

Full body work out for fat loss please

Hi guys, can anyone help with a full body work out that I can do everyother day to help tone and shed fat?
 
I currently do lat pull downs, chest press, rows and squats - what else can I add? thank you
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    Re: Full body work out for fat loss please 2016/07/11 18:04:02 (permalink)
    'Tone' is just a word for low bodyfat on developed muscles.
     
    You can add anything you want, at this point all you need to do is burn calories, any exercise you can think of will do this.
     
    HIIT is the most effective for this.
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    Re: Full body work out for fat loss please 2016/07/11 18:13:44 (permalink)
    I try to do 40 mins of cardio in the evening, I do 25 mins on cross trainer (5min warm up then 1min fast and 2 mins normal pace) and then some weights (if weight day usually mon, weds, fri) then followed by treadmill HIIT (1 min run, 2 min walk) is this ok for cardio, or do I need to do more to shed fat?
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    Re: Full body work out for fat loss please 2016/07/11 18:16:02 (permalink)
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    I try to do 40 mins of cardio in the evening, I do 25 mins on cross trainer (5min warm up then 1min fast and 2 mins normal pace) and then some weights (if weight day usually mon, weds, fri) then followed by treadmill HIIT (1 min run, 2 min walk) is this ok for cardio, or do I need to do more to shed fat?




    You don't HAVE to do any cardio to shed fat, how much fat you lose is 95% down to your diet... What you're doing now should be more than enough to be shifting the pounds.
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    Re: Full body work out for fat loss please 2016/07/11 18:17:20 (permalink)
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    'Tone' is just a word for low bodyfat on developed muscles.
     
    You can add anything you want, at this point all you need to do is burn calories, any exercise you can think of will do this.
     
    HIIT is the most effective for this.


    HIIT and some heavy compounds gave me staggering results when I first started out losing weight :)

    Also personally the amount of cardio you stated you're doing is more than enough for weight loss provided your diet is kept in check :)
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    Re: Full body work out for fat loss please 2016/07/11 18:34:44 (permalink)
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    HIIT and some heavy compounds gave me staggering results when I first started out losing weight :)

    Also personally the amount of cardio you stated you're doing is more than enough for weight loss provided your diet is kept in check :)

     
    How long until you saw results? Can you help with what compounds I should be adding in other that what I mentioned already? Thanks!
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    Re: Full body work out for fat loss please 2016/07/11 18:42:43 (permalink)
    Diet is your first port of call, clean it up, second start reducing calories, third start adding cardio, fourth increase your cardio, fifth reduce calories, six up cardio...Do this while weight training over 4-6 months and you'll see what you have.

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    Re: Full body work out for fat loss please 2016/07/16 15:51:14 (permalink)
    I do a full body workout every other day with 10 minutes on the treadmill for that extra ounce of burn.  I hit the large muscle groups first, chest is top priority, then legs, followed by back, next lats, shoulders, triceps, biceps, and lastly forearms. Don't forget to work on your soleus muscles when doing calves. 
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    Re: Full body work out for fat loss please 2016/08/01 17:29:48 (permalink)
    Look at a classic 5X5 program 
    Jason blaha`s novice 5 x 5 is a good start , you may have to slow down on progression of weights as it is quite an intense program to start with.
    Dont worry about getting too big,  this isn`t likely it takes a long time to increase muscle mass and weight training is a very efficient way to lose fat. 
    https://content.tigerfitness.com/jason-blaha-5x5-novice-workout-program/
     

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    Re: Full body work out for fat loss please 2017/04/19 07:27:25 (permalink)
    The best fat-loss workout is a mix of heavy training and cardio. I believe that training heavy is the best way to train when dieting for a few reasons. 
     
    Heavy weights are the best for building muscle and improving strength. If you can keep your strength gains going up while dieting and doing your cardio, you are in for one successful fat-loss outcome.
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