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LifterShifter
03-29-2018, 06:40 AM
https://youtu.be/GkUeZ1J2AWQ?t=105

I sent the exact timing, please watch .

gbullock32
03-29-2018, 06:47 AM
https://youtu.be/GkUeZ1J2AWQ?t=105

I sent the exact timing, please watch .No, that is not true. IF will not target 'stubborn fat' nor does it provide any benefit to fat loss. It is just a meal timing that some find fits them well.

LifterShifter
03-29-2018, 06:50 AM
No, that is not true. IF will not target 'stubborn fat' nor does it provide any benefit to fat loss. It is just a meal timing that some find fits them well.

So what is this "Catecholamines" hormone that's he's explaining .

gbullock32
03-29-2018, 06:53 AM
So what is this "Catecholamines" hormone that's he's explaining .

Feel free to do your own research on that. It has been shown numerous times though that IF is less optimal for retaining (and gaining) muscle and offers no benefit to fat gain. Anyone claiming to be able to target specific areas for fat loss is full of crap; how you lose fat is pretty much down to how your body genetically stores fat.

SuffolkPunch
03-29-2018, 06:54 AM
It's a stress hormone.

Read Sapolsky's book on the effects of stress - then decide if you want to live with chronically elevated stress hormones...

Heisman2
03-29-2018, 03:45 PM
He put up two abstracts; the first one states they looked at the post-fed state and after 72 hours of fasting. The second examined differences in hormone between males and females over a very short time frame after exercise. I haven't read either in full but I don't have any reason to think that either have any meaning for the topic at hand.