The “High Reps For Fat Loss” Myth

I overheard a couple of guys talking the other day while they were working out.

One asked the other, “How many reps should I do?”

The other replied, “It depends on whether or not you want to build muscle or burn fat.”

It was at this point that my eyes began to roll, but I continued to listen to his “expert” advice.

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Why Bodybuilding Workout Splits Don’t Work

“Just doing my workout – Tuesday is arms and back.”

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1001, 1002….

We all know the typical bodybuilding split.

Most dudes go to the gym and follow a routine similar to that of Mr. Burgundy’s:

Chest on Monday, Back on Tuesday, Legs on Wednesday, Shoulders and Traps on Thursday, and Arms on Friday.

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“Working Out” Vs. Training

Train (verb) – to prepare someone or be prepared for a job, activity, or sport by learning skills or by mental or physical exercise.

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“Working Out” Vs. Training

170 lbs. and 12% body fat.

185 lbs. and sub 10% body fat.

That’s the difference between the two pictures on the left.

That’s also the difference between walking into a gym to “work out,” and walking into a gym to train.

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