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    Maintain calories?

    I’m a very beginner and i would like to lose a little fat while gaining muscle. i know this is less efficient than doing one or the other but i’m unconfortable losing weight since i’m too skinny and i’m too fat to gain weight. Should i instead try to maintain weight while increasing my lifts?
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    If you are a beginner, nutrition is not as important, like if you were to have a few years experience, where it's crucial instead.
    But still, that doesn't mean you should eat whatever. It's still important to get the right amount of protein and fats.
    Calories should be met, if you're aiming to look a certain way.

    Another thing you should know, you can't lose fat and build muscles at the same time.
    You'll have to pick one. But if you're in the early stages, lifting weights and going to the gym consistently, will still make you some results.

    I don't know your age, but if you're still a younging. Go to the gym and work, eat whatever is served at home.
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    Originally Posted by PlatUhPus View Post
    I’m a very beginner and i would like to lose a little fat while gaining muscle. i know this is less efficient than doing one or the other but i’m unconfortable losing weight since i’m too skinny and i’m too fat to gain weight. Should i instead try to maintain weight while increasing my lifts?
    Say what now??? Whats your sex, height, weight, and age?
    "The road to nowhere is paved with excuses."

    "It's better to cultivate discipline than to rely on motivation."

    You can't out-train bad nutrition.

    The best weight loss and muscle building advice you will ever get:
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    Simply use the Diet Assessment Calorie Calculator tool to help you find the goal and maintain current weight: calories. To lose healthy Weight.
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    Originally Posted by ahsanhabibcx View Post
    Simply use the Diet Assessment Calorie Calculator tool to help you find the goal and maintain current weight: calories. To lose healthy Weight.
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    Weightloss

    I recommend counting your calories with MYFITNESSPAL and a Food scale to make sure your hitting the exact calories you need to loose weight.

    Get your calorie intake here.
    https://www.freedieting.com/tools/ca...calculator.htm
    Its going to take some trial and error but its a good start. If your not loosing 1-2 pounds a week then adjust from their. Increments of 100 calories is ok.

    Download Myfitnesspal and get a food scale and track calories and macros with it so your ensuring you will consistently loose 1-2+ pounds a week so your not wasting your time.

    Heres how to get Macros to diet down and maintain muscle / Loose fat.
    https://forum.bodybuilding.com/showt...hp?t=173439001

    Follow with a good Lifting program to maintain Strength/Muscle.
    https://www.bodybuilding.com/workout-plans

    https://forum.bodybuilding.com/showt...9678631&page=1

    https://forum.bodybuilding.com/showt...hp?t=169172473
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