Replacing fat with lean muscle by exercising is not easy – but it’s also not as hard as you might think. The most important thing to remember when it comes to replacing fat with muscle is that you just need to find a plan or routine that works, and then stick with it. In most cases, this will not have to be a particularly strenuous routine, just so long as you continue working out regularly and consistently. It is also important to note that while exercise will be a large part of your plan, you cannot just replace fat with lean muscle by exercise alone. In most cases, you will also have to make some changes to your daily diet as well.
First, make sure that you are eating correctly. You need to put the proper “building blocks” in place for muscle development to occur. What this means is that you should find out how many calories are healthy for somebody of your body type to eat every day, and try to stick as closely to that number as possible. You should also make sure that you are eating a variety of foods so that your body gets enough “building blocks” of protein, carbs and other nutrients. This way, you’ll be able to more efficiently form muscle tissue.
We like to recommend that you try to eat organic fruit, vegetables and meat as often as you can. Organic food is produced without added chemicals, pesticides, hormones, waxes and genetic modification. It always is the more healthy food choice.
It is also important to make sure that you drink adequate amounts of filtered or spring water everyday. Water is one of the most important nutrients that most people tend to ignore. Proper hydration is key to muscular performance and the regulation of all bodily functions. We recommend that everybody drinks at least ½ gallon or 2 liters of pure filtered water every day.
You Will Need Both Cardio And Weight Lifting Exercises In Your Routine
Once you are eating properly, you should talk to a personal trainer or do some research so that you can decide on an exercise routine that will be best for you. You should keep in mind that you cannot actually convert fat directly to muscle! Therefore, any workout routine should involve both cardiovascular exercise to burn the fat you do have, and weight lifting to build more lean muscle mass. Remember that muscle burns fat, so the more lean muscle that you gain the more fat your body can naturally burn.
The essential keys to building muscle are a balanced nutrition plan, consistent and regular workouts and plenty of sleep!