It's entirely possible to lose fat and gain muscle at the same time. In fact, you may even find that your body composition changes quite a bit in the first few weeks of starting a new workout routine. But is it healthy? And more importantly, is it sustainable? Watch the video below to learn about Body Recomposition and if it's the right path for you.
Body Recomposition: Can You Lose Fat and Gain Muscle at the Same Time?
Body recomposition is losing fat and gaining muscle. These two things are the epitome of what you typically try to do when you want to lose weight.
This is not to be confused with Body COMPosition. With Body Composition, if you hire a personal trainer, they take your weight, picture, measurements and have you do something like a DEXA scan, which helps you understand what your body fat and muscle mass are. However, when doing a Body Recomp, you will usually find that the fat percentage went down and the lean body mass percentage went up. What this does is instead of just focusing on weight loss, like stepping on a scale, you are making sure that the weight that you look at changes.
Watch the training above for a more in-depth look into Body Recomposition…