Diet: don't starve yourself, you're body will go into self preserve mode by slowing down it's metabolism. Eat a diet higher in protein and low in carbs.Fruits/veges are a big plus don't limit their intake.Fish, chicken, and red meat are great for protein try to stay away from protein shakes they can provide way too much.Yogurt once a day in the morning can help with belly fat while providing vitamins and it helps the digestive tract as well.Water is a must. Drink more water than usuall, keep it under 10-12 glasses a day you can over do it and keep in mind it will affect your daily weight just remember that it's just water weight. It will help in flushing toxins, assist in digestion and provides needed mineralsExercise daily with cardio and weight training.By doing cardio in the morning it will increase your metabolism throughout the day. Doing it late at night can make it harder to get the proper amount of sleep. Sleep is important that's when your body repairs the torn muscle which occured in weight lifting increasing it's mass.Muscle uses glucose, more muscle equals more energy expendature. Fat is basically stored energyFind a knowledgible workout trainer for a personalized workout.It will take some time, if you can make just one change your on your way. A change in lifestyle will sculpture. Not a weeks worth of change.Best of luck.
This depends on the person and the kind of weight lifting you do. The short answer however is that lifting weights should help you to lose fat and gain muscle. If you are lifting heavily in order to gain muscle mass, you will gain weight. However, if you are lifting to get lean muscle, it should help to lose weight.
Well, muscle ways more than fat. So if you gain enough muscle, you will gain weight.
Yes, or muscle depending on the steroid If it is a medical treatment steroid then nothing will happen. Talk to your doctor
You don't gain weight in order to get muscle. You overload your muscles with heavy weight training, and then eat more to fuel the muscle growth.
yeah its helps you gain weight because it help build muscle and muscle has weight to it
When you order a steak, is it weightless? No. Of course your weight goes up when you gain muscle.
Answer: Your frame size will become larger so you will gain weight, but not from muscle mass. You can gain muscle mass from exercise.
weight gain powder gives you more muscle.
No that is impossible. You cannot gain muscle mass without ever gaining weight.
Exercise in a way where you don't lose weight but gain muscle weight.
Yes, you will gain weight in muscle.
Protein or weight gain shakes.
If you want to gain muscle than weight lifting is your friend.
Why wouldnt you want muscle mass?Weight lifting is a technique inorder to gain muscle mass so stop weight lifting if you wish not to gain muscle mass.
Short term effects of not exercising include lethargy and mild to moderate weight gain. Not exercising for long periods of time can lead to muscle atrophy and heavy weight gain, as well as heart problems.
Squats can help you gain muscle, which could help you gain weight theoretically.
if you want to gain weight the healthy way then it has to be majorly from muscle.Muscle is made up of protein completely and to build muscle we have to provide our body with lots of protein.So high protein diet coupled with proper physical training - muscle gain/weight gain
If you are building muscle, you will most likely see a slight weight gain. Do not fret, if you are gaining weight and seeing muscle gains, that is a good thing.
Yes, because as the size of your muscle increases, the mass of your muscle increases. And when the mass of your muscle increases, so does the weight.
Yes, in my opinion, you certainly can. If you do cardio exercise it will burn off body fat (by spending calories - energy that your body uses) and if you lift weights you can build your muscle through weight training exercises. So, combine cardio exercise with weight training if you want to gain muscle and lose weight at the same time.No, in my opinion. If you want to lose weight you have to burn more calories than you consume. If you want to gain muscle, thus add mass/weight, you have to consume more calories than you burn so the muscles will have something to use to grow. There is an exception. When a person is first starting out lifting weights and doing cardio, he will gain muscle mass and lose body fat but only for a short period of time.
You can by taking protein powder which creates fat that quickly turns into muscle, which creates more weight. Working out in general will help you gain weight as you are building muscle.
you gain weight because males gain muscle, while females gain fat to be able to hold a child
lift weights and gain muscle
Yes. Muscle is more dense than fat. As you gain muscle mass, you do gain weight.