Weight Loss Tips & Secrets

Weight Loss Tips & Secrets


Calories in One Pound of Body Fat?

Calories in one pound……did you know that there are 3500 calories in one pound of body fat!.

This is very important to know before you start your weight loss program.

The reason this is important is very simple: this makes you realize how easy it is to gain unwanted body fat, even by being in a small calorie surplus on a daily basis.

Let us take 100 calories per day and multiply by 365 days as an example. We will get 36,500 calories for the year.

When we divide 36,500 calories by 3500 we get 10.42 pounds of body fat.

And many people are consuming way more than 100 calories per day than their organisms are burning.

But the good thing is that we can use this information for losing unwanted body fat also.

For example the fact that there are 3500 calories in one pound of body fat gives us the chance to choose a weight loss program that will effectively burn unwanted body fat, leaving us with a lean, healthy body at the end of this program.

In the beginning of any weight loss approach the best way to lose body fatis exercise. Cardio training and weight training are the two strategies that should be used to create the body of your dreams.

Cardio burns body fat directly while you are actually doing it, and after you finish your cardiovascular work out you can say that you are lighter than when you started.

Weight training burns body fat through indirect mechanisms. In the beginning of your program it will help you to maintain your muscle, and will keep your metabolism elevated, and once you reach your ideal weight you can adjust your approach and build new muscle.

This will increase your metabolism and will take you to the next level of leanness.

Updated: July 22, 2013 — 11:34 am

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