T Nation | 8 Rules for Fat Loss Training

T Nation | 8 Rules for Fat Loss Training

 

Too often people trying to lose body fat just use intense metabolic resistance training and HITT (high intensity interval training). With fat loss programs, you need to switch as needed to different strategies such as metabolic resistance training, strength training, bodybuilding, and strength plus conditioning.

 

When designing a weekly plan for your training, consider how different styles of training affect different systems and thus affect recovery. You need to allow for some “space” between different kinds of stressors such as nervous system stressors, joint stressors, spinal compression, and metabolic stressors.

 

When trying to burn fat, you should rotate between different types of alactate (without lactic acid) conditioning that consists of short, intense work and lactate (produces lactic acid as a byproduct) conditioning that consists of longer duration work.

 

Want to lose body fat quickly and keep it off? Stop following those mainstream fitness workouts designed for your granny. Real fat loss training should build calluses on your hands. Here are eight rules for effective fat loss training, plus a sample workout plan that puts them all into action.

 

Yes, this is a training article, but nutrition is the single most important thing for fat loss. If you’re serious about stripping off body fat, you must make time for grocery shopping, cooking, meal prep, doing dishes, and keeping a food journal. If you don’t have time for this,

 

Curated from T Nation | 8 Rules for Fat Loss Training

 

Marc Oestreich - Author