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  1. What is the best product or brand to lost a lot of fat? I read loads of superb reviews on the internet about how exactly Fenoboci Diet Plan will help you lost lots of fat. Has anyone tried using this popular weight loss diet plan?

  2. Thanks,, doing park runs,, and training for better 5 k time,, also lifting,, strength gains good,, energy levels higher,, diet on track,, eating clean,, stopped smoking,,, never felt better at 47,,
    Feel mentally strong 💪, confident etc,, happy,,
    Was extremely body Conchious due to mild pectus excavatum condition,,, school days left mental scars I think,, it'd be great to get any motivation or feedback
    Thanks
    Any advice will be appreciated

  3. Everything depends on your body type? If your a skinny person, do more sprints and hills. If your a fat body like me you should do about 10 miles a week. The first thing to go in your body when you run is the shit you don't want, like sugar. If your naturally skinny, alot of cardio will burn you muscle.

  4. I have been searching for you my entire life.. And you're vegan! I just need a clear cut explanation of when to weight train and when to cardio. Im dance training for 30 minutes every morning… Should i bother doing anymore cardio at the gym? Thanks!

  5. I am skinny amateur guy. I currently have problem gaining weight. I am currently doing 2 times HIIT sessions (15min + warmup and stretching), and one running/week(plus pretty drainig work at warehous. Does this routine doesnt prevent me from gaining muscle? Should I focus more on weight lifting or strenght exercises instead? And do cardio and running less – like one time per week? What do you think? Thanks for any advice!

  6. Information like this is valuable when it comes from someone who has experienced it… Thank you!
    I hear amazing things about HIIT, but the 2 things I don't like are 1. trying to go all out when your muscles are sore and exhausted from weight training and 2. only being able to hike up that mountain for 20 minutes before my heart feels like it will explode.

  7. Thank you very much for this video. Starting my cut from tomorrow and definitely going to include cardio in my training. I was always delaying with the cardio because I was thinking it will mean I will be smaller, weaker. You convinced me otherwise. Thanks for that mate.

  8. Found this vid randomly on my lunch break. Excellent advice. I started taking fitness seriously 6 months ago and I have made some very good progress but I know I can do more. My goal is fat loss. I work out 6 days a week in the morning. I do weights with some high intensive activities between sets e.g. a minute on the treadmill, kettlebell squats etc. I have a question though, can I fit in as much cardio as I can handle or should I limit the number of cardio sessions I do e.g. 3 times per week? Thanks.

  9. Very helpful. I had the same mentality, I got huge but lacked definition and looked like a blob. I started incorporating HIIT/tabata cardio and it's been working great. My question to you is say we're going more intense on the cardio, do we need to slightly up the protein intake (while still lifting heavy of course). I wonder why studies have shown that higher protein is required during cutting. It kinda makes sense but …doesn't. I mean why would the body lose muscle unless it's been forever since you've lifted, protein being the same?

  10. Great advice. However I was wondering, should you do cardio training while in a caloric deficit? Or no? I'm a teenager with obvious signs of muscular mass, but I'm looking to get leaner.

  11. Hey man. I am 18 years old, I weight 80kg and I want to lose some extra body fat. I workout 5 times a week and I eat healthy, but I never do cardio. How often should I do cardio, like go for a run, do a bike at the gym etc to lose extra fat quickly? Also, should I eat less? At the moment I eat a lot, like 3000-4000 calories a day I think.

  12. its so good to here someone speaking sense for a change, not spouting some nonsense that they heard in broscience and best of all hearing it from someone who has been there, done that, im liking what i hear, slowly working my way through your other vids…..     checked out the pic of you as bodybuilder would never of said it was the same person….

  13. I'm really happy to found your channel about a ripped / lean / muscular-body-type and not this overly huge/pumped bodies you find in almost every fitness-YouTuber …

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