Should You Eat Back the Calories Burned From Exercise?

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I always laugh when I hear people who say exercise is terrible for weight loss.

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This is because most people have the wrong mindset.

When you work out, simply don’t count those calories burned… do NOT “eat back” those calories.

don't count calories burned from exercise

Pretend like you didn’t exercise.

Forget that it ever happened.

Find a diet plan that allows you to steadily lose weight.

Add in strategic cardio or other calorie-burning exercise to that equation.

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You will burn fat at a MUCH more rapid pace, than dieting alone.

Many people justify eating more when they workout hard. Don’t kill your calorie deficit by increasing calories.

Figure out calories per day and pretend like you aren’t doing fat burning workouts and exercises.

What exercise maximizes fat burning?

It’s all discussed in Visual Impact Cardio.

Exercise is killer for weight loss if you diet “as if” it never happened.

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Should You Eat Back the Calories Burned From Exercise?Should You Eat Back the Calories Burned From Exercise?

Cheers,

-Rusty Moore

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