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There are experts in the last two years or so, stating exercising or workout is a "terrible" way to lose weight. Some of these individuals I would like to ask, "has there been a time being overweight or obese been an issue for you?" Respectably.
I know for myself and for those around me in the last 20-25 years, exercise has helped tremendously in dropping weight and reducing body fat. Nutrition is very important as well. However, those in nutrition will throw arbitrary numbers around about how, "it's 90-95% nutrition and only 5-10% working out!" Sure, this mantra might be advantageous for me since being in the field of nutrition.
If you're focusing on weight-loss or body-fat loss, exercising has the ability to create muscles or to help maintain what you already have. It is absolutely crucial for us men to try to maintain as much as we have as we age. Your body will be more highly metabolic, it will provide you with vigor, and more wiggle room to eat. If you solely concentrate on food, what are the chances it might be more restrictive?
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What is useful boils down to attitute.
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