ps - you want to drop fat… DIET is where it is at. Calories in (food) / Calories out (metabolism, HIIT or steady state, etc) is the formula for weight loss, BUT diet is the key to the equation.[/quote]
I don’t get it. So if I consume 3,000 cal today, and only burn 1,500 I get cal in/cal out = 2…so what? What does this number mean and what does it have to do with weightloss? There is no “equation” to weight loss. Our metabolism evolves monthly, weekly, daily, hourly and varies with activity level.
Yesterday, I ate 10 twinkies for 1500 cal, and I burned 1000. By your logic, I’m going to cut fat…yay!
In more recent news, scientists have discovered that the earh is, in fact, not flat. [/quote]
I don’t follow what you’re saying. He’s absolutely correct. Your metabolism can evolve or change, but if you’re doing exercise and have a caloric deficit, you’ll lose weight. The number 2 doesn’t mean anything, except you took in double the calories you burned. It’s not the davinci code.