I have a question regarding the article "Destroying Fat
- War Room Strategies to Maximize Fat Loss".
Is this program appropriate for someone without previous weight lifting experience?
My guess is NO. If this is the case, can you tell me about a way to get someone that has never lifted in his life ready for suck a demanding program.
I understand that the increase in strength in the learning phase of a new exercise is caused by neurological adaptations that take place, so I am guessing that the intensity you would be working at is not enough to force the body to hold on to muscle.
How much training would be needed to reach a point where you are really challenge your muscles(again, I am presuming that the 2 days of heavy training become effective at preserving muscle mass only from the point at which the the intensity is so big that the body has to preserve it’s muscle mass to be able to perform the exercises)?
Also, I would like to know if it would be wise to be 2-3 weeks on a low calorie and low carb diet, during which no exercise would be done, to jump start the fat loss. After that period I would do a 2 day carb refeed and then start the actual program.
After this 2-3 weeks I would switch to a diet that is more calorie dense and includes more carbs (adding starch carbs post workout)
I also want to mention that I am not a bodybuilder, so losing a bit of muscle is not a problem for me and that