If you ever wondered how to burn fat for 23 hours straight or even just how to see fast fat loss, then you are going to want to watch this video. You see, getting rid of the fat around the waist is both easier and harder than you think. It’s easier if you actually know what to focus on, and here’s a hint, your workouts are not it. It’s harder because the commitment required to get the rest of this right, your nutrition, is a much bigger ask.
The truth about fat loss is that in order for it to occur maximally you have to get yourself in a hypo caloric state. This means that you have to take in fewer calories than you are burning during a day to create a caloric deficit and start burning fat. While you will burn calories partaking in a cardio or strength training workout, it is often quickly eclipsed by the damage that can be done in even one bad meal choice.
Nutrition is and always will be the key to getting lean, not your workouts.
That said, while a workout may last 1 hour, it’s what you do in the other 23 hours of the day (away from the gym) that matters most in terms of your ability to get ripped and lose body fat. You can see that the level of commitment is higher and requires more discipline.
So how are you to make sure you are successful when trying to lose fat? You have to come to grips with what I call the 3 realities of fat loss. The first is that not all healthy foods are low in calories. Remember, with the goal of losing fat revolving around a need to consume fewer calories, many people make the mistake of moving towards diets of healthy foods to get them there. The problem is, not all healthy foods are the same.
If you look at things like olive oil, nuts, avocados, all natural peanut butter or even granola (not so much on the granola but many people think of it as healthy), you will find that while good for you these are certainly not low calorie food options. All of these are considered calorically dense. Even small servings of them are going to pack on the weight if you aren’t careful. Worse, because they are looked at as healthy, people will eat larger portions of these which really starts to pack on the calories and ultimately the fat (even when following a diet).
The second reality has to do with the opposite statement. While it is true that not all low calorie foods are healthy, not by a long shot, avoiding those that are lower in calorie because they contain artificial sweeteners, sugar substitutes or benign but synthetic chemicals in the name of purity is likely going to derail your progress long term.
Nobody is saying that a lifetime of eating these foods is a good choice.
That said, when used in the short term as a bridge from your clearly unhealthy food choices to ultimately the best food choices is a better plan than abstaining all together and winding up remaining overweight or dangerously obese. For example, a diet of whoppers is not healthy, period. If making the swap from this to grilled chicken breast is too severe however for your tastebuds, you will likely fall off the wagon soon after starting and wind up failing in the long run.
If instead, you made a gentler move towards a turkey burger with lettuce and ketchup…while it might contain some synthetic chemicals to keep it fresh, you are likely better off over the short transition time eating this if it meant you were actually going to get to the ultimate goal of fresh grilled chicken or another nutritious non-meat protein source if desired.
The last reality is the one that levels the playing field for everyone. It is that not all 23 hours are going to look the same from day to day or even from person to person. How you choose your healthy meals over a 23 hour period can change slightly from day to day if you are desiring a cheat meal now and again to keep yourself sane. That said, if your goals for fat loss are less extreme than someone else then your days could look drastically different from theirs.
The key is, you need to be aware that your nutrition plan and how you eat is always going to make the most difference when it comes to losing fat. Any diet plan that cannot be followed is not one worth following. If you are looking for a meal plan that will tell you exactly how to eat day by day and meal by meal, no guesswork required, be sure to visit athleanx.com via the link below and check out the programs available using the program selector.
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Jeff- i am big fan of yours.. thank you thank you for not just telling us how to lift the weights but for telling us to lift and keep at it. I personally appreciate and try to incorporate you advise everyday. I hope one day l’ll get a chance to meet you. Thanks Coach!!!
Hey jeff please give some advice for running based sports athletes to stop muscle loss! Even if doing functional training with consistency.
“Better luck next time.”
2021 starting off the same way 2020 ended.
Jeff: you have to do exactly what I tell you.
Me: I’ll do anything you ask, but please don’t add any more face pulls to my routine.
I feel like this title is definitely going to attract the doctor’s attention
@Blocky Oxwinkle tbh cardio is impractical for working adults in the sense that nobody in the right mind will come back home after a 9-5 job or 12 hr shift and do cardio. But yea i do cardio only once on Saturdays. Other than that, its rather unfeasible when u have a job and kids, considering that rest is paramount too. Ultimately, the diet/calorie intake is the crucial aspect.
@John Wig while that might be true, it’s still a crucial aspect. If you can only do it once a week, then you do it once a week. The heart is the most important muscle, even if it’s 15 minutes instead of lifting weights, I’d say it’s more important than anything else. Just jumping rope in the bedroom or something is at least better than not doing it at all
@John Wig Can’t you just wake up early morning and go for an hour run or an hour of football? And go to the gym for 30 minutes in the evening?
@Clash PUBG Not everyone has that extra 30-60 mins
@Downer333 guarantee someone has at least 30 minutes of free time in a day, unless you’re some top level business executive whose company depends on your existence or a doctor or smthn. If you want it bad enough, you’ll always find time for it.
Can we just take a moment to admire Jeff’s unit of a house
He trains professional athletes. That’s what that level of business looks like o_o
@jeweet zelf Don’t we all?
@S B zero production costs? Loll
@S B he makes about 400k a months with his channel
That’s Jesse’s house.
I thought it was January 1st, not April 1st…
Ahahahaha, mee too
I don’t see any joke, though.. it’s kinda new year motivation speech.. pretty good tbh
@Yuup Yupup The joke was the workout at the start of the video.
Jeff knows how to reel new year’s resolution viewers
hhaahha just my thought 😀
My resolution for 2021 is to watch how Jeff works out this year too.
Jeffs sons: “mommy, what is daddy wearing?”
Jeffs wife: “thats called a shirt.”
@mrexon have some fun in your life, get out of his community if you cant take some jokes into your life
@mrexon yeah because he hasn’t given you hundreds to thousands of performance videos. This one is what’s called a motivational video for people that are struggling. Gotta use your noggin some times….
@mrexon Damn that’s crazy but I don’t think anyone asked
Get out of the house, son! That is not your father!
Me opening my refrigerator: Crying because is empty.
There’s two kinds of empty refrigerator (1) emptied by fast consumption of its former contents (2) emptied by slow gradual consumption. It might be worse if you emptied it in hours versus days. But a real problem occurs how fast it’ll be refilled, whether it’s filled quickly or slowly. (This is the result of years of personal intensive investigation. Your welcome.)
Need that stimmy money soon!
@Barquero Juan Carlos what about empty because you can’t afford food ?
Ah yes, the Venezuelan diet
@Rengar26 unplug the refrigerator and save yourself some money.
Not like you putting anything in it anyway!
Doing too many refrigerator rows is why I’m fat at first place
If your doing it with the fridge door hinge externally rotated, your doing it WRONG!
Do refrigerator pushbacks as a counter exercise
You are either not doing the full ROM or resting too much between sets.
You’re a clown!
Jeff making fun of his “cadaver” level body fat is hilarious and awesome
What’s up guys Jeff Cadaverliere here…
@Timm 13 I like your style
Not gonna lie was gonna talk trash for that table push and then the fridge part came up got me lmao
I was concerned about Jesse scratching the hell out of that floor.
Literally 2 minutes of trolling.
1 minute if you watch videos sped up
Jeff’s opening was golden lol
Have a great 2021 everyone!
Thanos: I am inevitable
6:50 “and I’m Athlean-X”….. chills
“You know what’s the only thing more unhealthy to artificial sweeteners?”
“Remaining overweight or obese.”
Facts right here.
Me: does tables pushes
Jeff: you’re doing it wrong. It’s killing your gains
I love how these guys can do this without breaking character.
If you have a refrigerator with 2 doors, is that called a facepull?
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