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Weight Loss Calculator Muscle For Life : How Many Calories Should You Eat to Lose Fat & Not Muscle? (2017)

Weight Loss Calculator Muscle For Life Video

Weight Loss Calculator Muscle For Life

How Many Calories Should You Eat to Lose Fat & Not Muscle? (2017)

How Many Calories Should You Eat to Lose Fat & Not Muscle? (2017)

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If someone feels they’re carrying around too much fat, they’ll probably say they need to lose some weight.

Ironically, if that’s their only goal–reducing the number on the scale–they’re like to run into a new problem along the way: becoming skinny fat.

You see, the phrase “weight loss” is tossed around by just about everyone, including myself, but what we really want is a bit more than that.

We don’t want to just “lose weight”–we want to reduce our body fat percentage and thus improve our body composition. That is, we want to reduce our total amount of body fat without reducing our total amount of lean mass.

If this is obvious to you, you’re in the minority. Most people don’t realize how much muscle they can lose with a poor “weight loss” diet and are puzzled when they succeed in losing weight only to be disappointed by a weak, soft physique staring back at them in the mirror.

Well, in this episode we’re going to talk about how many calories you should eat to lose fat and not muscle.

To make these calculations easier, I created a simple and accurate calorie (and macronutrient) calculator:

→ https://legionathletics.com/how-many-calories-should-i-eat/


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17 Comments

  1. Well said. Calories matter! Fad diets like keot is nothing special, the single most important thing is calories in vs. calories out.

  2. This is a great video! My question here would be when should you stop dieting? In other words, how do I calculate my ideal weight?

  3. You have saved me from making the poor mistake of not eating enough protein! As a 31 year old mom who lifts and breastfeeds. I say thank you so much! Because of you we wont starve and I wont lose my milk!

  4. Hey Mike!
    I've heard you mention that to lose weight you need to eat 11 calories per pound of body weight, however if you are a 245 lb obese woman you would be eating around 2400 calories? Is that right? Should I go lower?

  5. Bro you should be getting 1M views and hella more subscribers. Your videos and articles are gems ! Keep enlightening us

  6. Man, an actual human being giving sound advice on youtube doesn't happen very often good on you man I like your video's solid content which you already knew that….. I guess I might have to check that book out just based on your video's anyway keep on keepin on man.

  7. Michael.. ehat are your thoughts on keto eating ? Doesnt it transition your body to burn your body fat ? Isnt that effective ? Thoughts ?

  8. Great video Mike. Thanks! I'm still doing your workout, the turning heads one, and it's working great. On the other hand, I've eating at a surplus according to your calculator and I don't seem to be gaining as I thought I would. I've been raising my calories for the last couple of months to see what happens.

  9. Your videos are so easy to understand and I love how you explain your information fully. I have all your books – just need to read them now. I'm skinny fat 🙁

  10. One of the most underrated channels. Thanks mike for all the informative content and always replying to my questions!

  11. Very well presented mike just wondering do you take in your job if it's physical manual labour thanks again Mike

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