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    Is Running 5 Miles Per Day Good For Fatloss or Too Much?

    just curious. about to go run outside
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    is it working for you? If so, then yes.

    You may have trouble maintaining muscle mass though. If you don't have a lot, run all you want. It's easier to build muscle after you lose the fat than to maintain it while you lose the fat.
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    It will either help burn alot of calories, and help you lose fat, or allow you to eat alot more food than you are now, while not effecting your weight gain.

    5 miles a day, could hinder your muscle mass gain, however to give you an idea, Will Smith runs 5 miles a day, and he is still pretty stacked. You just have to eat enough to offset the calories burnt if you want to gain.
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    In the long run the main source of fat loss is in your diet, no doubt a 5 mile run helps, but running is a very energy efficient movement for the body to perform. If fat loss is your goal look at your diet, but if you just like to run while bulking I would say you are probably good to go.
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    I really don't think you should run every day if you have bodybuilding goals. It will definitely make if difficult to maintain muscle mass while losing fat. Running 3 times per week when combined with a good weight training program is plenty. You'll get the benefits of running without going overboard.
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    i run 2 miles a day for 4-5 days a week, always fasted runs as well. Between that and the work i do (motorcycle tech in an open garage) i have lost a lot of fat but not much muscle. i have to eat like crazy though to make sure i get enough calories in.
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