Starting a Strength Training Program 

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It is physiologically     ?Creatine Muscle Builder Review??? impossible for muscle to turn into fat - muscle fibres and fat cells are entirely different structures. When muscles are not used they lose their strength and decrease in size. The apparent flabbiness experienced in the area is a result of fat deposits caused by a consumption of calories in excess of daily needs.
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It is not possible to burn fat from one specific site on the body. Performing sit ups or crunches will not reduce the amount of fat stored in the torso area. Fat stores are mobilised from all over the body and tend to be related to the concentration of fat present at any given site. 

While performing sit ups you may be using just as much fat from your calves as you are from your stomach. To get a reduction in fat large locomotive exercises such as cycling, brisk walking or rowing should be performed continuously for 15 - 60 minutes at a time. These exercises will burn large amounts of fat stores and leave you with a trimmer waistline.

Due to a lack of certain hormones in the female body woman find it incredibly hard to increase their muscle size. A female will notice more of a change in shape, definition, firmness and strength of the muscle rather than a large increase in size if she trains appropriately. Many females are not achieving the results they want because they are simply not lifting heavy enough.

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