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              Are you trying to lose fat?


Then strength training should be your go-to form of exercise. While it may seem counterintuitive to many, strength training will actually help you lose fat faster than cardio. Here’s why:


1. Strength Training Burns More Calories–Not only does strength training burn calories during your workout, but it also boosts your metabolism for hours after ! Cardio workouts do not have this same effect on metabolism or calorie burning after the session has finished.


2. Muscle Burns More Calories Than Fat– The more muscle mass we have, the higher our resting metabolic rate (RMR) will be—meaning we will burn more calories even when we are at rest! Muscles are metabolically active tissues which require energy in order to keep them functioning properly—
so they constantly draw energy from stored sources such as fat in order to keep working optimally. Maintaining or increasing muscle mass through strength training helps keep our RMR high and therefore requires us to use more of our stored body fat as a fuel source—leading directly to increased fat loss over time!


3. Lifting Weights Can Help You Make Permanent Changes To Your Body Composition–If a person wants permanent changes in their body composition, then lifting weights and resistance
exercises need to be part of their routine in order for them achieve sustainable results over time.


This is more of a long-term, investment-like approach. Short-term and unsustainable increases in cardio done for fat loss often sacrifice lean muscle mass and existing levels of performance. In other words, resistance exercises can help people maintain/increase muscular development while simultaneously reducing overall body fat percentage; something which cannot be achieved by simply doing traditional aerobic-based activities like running on a treadmill or cycling indoors/outdoors etc...


Overall, strength training should always form an integral part of any well-planned weight loss program both due to its calorie burning capabilities during & after workoutsand its ability to help individuals make permanent changes towards their desired physique goalsBy focusing on increasing lean muscle mass, we’re able to improve strength and tone, as well as reduce body fat. While those impact your appearance, the increases in lean muscle mass also carry some very powerful health benefits as well. In conclusion, if you’re looking for an all around program that’s going to help you both look and feel the way you want, then prioritize weight training. 

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