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Friday, September 21, 2007

Can You Drink And Still Lose Fat?

Ask any fitness expert about the effect of alcohol on weight loss and you’ll quickly have them quip back to you that yes, if you drink alcohol you will gain fat. A lot of men are proud of their beer belly, shaking them at football games, painting them with the letters of their favorite ball teams and flaunting them in the faces of many a spectator.
beery belly

That said, the other side of the coin is true as well.

Many men are trying to lose their beer belly, have quit drinking and train hard with weights and include cardiovascular activities like walking, running, biking or swimming into their training program, resigning themselves to a life of sobriety in order to have their dream body.

The latest science seems to show that it’s not the case. You may just be able to drink in moderation and still achieve your dream body. The alcohol and weight loss question has been put to rest by Tom Venuto in this article . Tom lays out the science behind this study and includes 7 tips on how to drink while living a fitness lifestyle.

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Rob Coopers Fat burning tips In 1990 Rob weighed 475 pounds and was able to burn almost 300 lbs of fat in just two and a half years. Rob does weight management coaching from his office in Edmonton Alberta Canada. Rob's diet is based on a "System Specific Organic Whole Food" line of foods along with various fat burning, muscle building tips from Tom Venuto. Tom's Philosophy is very similar to Rob's and he's happy to recommend them

Rob is currently using the Seven Minute Muscle Workout program.


At 12:42 AM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

I think in moderation needs to be emphasized

Genuine fat loss

At 3:29 PM, Anonymous Self-Improvement said...

I haven't taken on total sobriety, but I drink much much less than I used to. Now it's probably 2-3 times per month, and it isn't in large amounts. I think it's really helped me shed some pounds.
- Chris

At 4:15 PM, Anonymous Rob said...

Same here. I recently went 143 days without a drink as a little side contest and support of a friend. I as well drink only a couple of times a month, mostly limiting it to wine, and GOOD wine at that. Life is just too short for bad wine you know.


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