There’s no gender equality with weight loss. When it comes to offloading extra weight it’s biologically easier for men than for women - and muscle is a key male advantage.
Craig Crossley's insight:
Compared to women, men usually have less fat and more muscle - and because muscle burns more kilojoules than fat a man's metabolic rate can be five to ten per cent higher than that of a woman, explains Sydney-based exercise physiologist Allan Bolton.
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One way that exercise helps promote weight loss is by increasing resting energy expenditure. That's how quickly you burn energy even at rest. Since resting energy expenditure accounts for 60% to 75% of the calories you burn each day, any inc...
Craig Crossley's insight:
Resting Energy Expenditure....exercise to raise it!
"Have you ever heard the saying, “Muscle weighs more than fat?” Perhaps at some point in your life you were working your butt off in the gym in an attempt to lose weight. During this time, you hopped onto the scale weekly, sometimes even daily. Some days were better than others. Sometimes the numbers on the scale decreased, but to your dismay, this wasn’t always the case. Some weigh-ins showed that the scale read higher than your starting weight. Other days the scale wouldn’t budge. This would depress and sadden you. To soothe your worries and soften the blow of the scale, perhaps a family member, friend, personal trainer, or doctor told you that you shouldn’t freak out because the scale is showing that there has been a gain in muscle and that “muscle weighs more than fat.” Maybe you relaxed after hearing this. Maybe you were skeptical of this comment."...
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