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  • Capn John // Jan 11, 2013 at 10:40 PM

    It’s also critical that if you’re trying to lose weight/fat through diet & exercise that you do strength training to maintain your current muscle mass.

    Muscle burns calories, even at rest muscle burns calories. Therefore, more muscle equates to more calories burned. Conversely, if you lose muscle you’re decreasing your body’s ability to burn calories. That doesn’t mean you need to try to look like Arnie, but your weight loss regimen should still include some form of strength training.

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