Diet, Training & Fitness QuestionsWhat Is The Best Way To Lose Fat For 30+ Age?
Tanya HarnelTanya Harnel Staff asked 2 years ago

I’m 32 yo and I’ve spent an average of 3 days a week at gym since last year but so far, no result. Is there any particular type of training/diet which can help to lose the body fat?

5 Answers
Daniel Robin Staff answered 1 year ago

Aging is definitely an important factor when it comes to fat loss. The most researched theory is the “Free Radicals” theory. I suggest to google it and read more but in simple words, they reduce the power of your cellular power plants to produce energy efficiently that means the usage of energy is slowly dimmed. To overcome this issue, you need to increase the level of exercise and supplement your food with energizers like vitamins & minerals. Cardio training is such as aerobic exercise like jogging, cycling, rowing or other activities will ramp your heart rate. If you want to lose fat, you need to increase your exercise (4-5 days/wk) and focus on more cardio & weight trainings which take you to the fat burning mode.

James Lee Staff answered 1 year ago

30+ is still so young to see it as a road block. It might be a bit harder to get fit though but nothing that stop you. define a deadline (like 9 month) and break it into achievable & measurable milestones. On each milestone, pause and revise your plan. This will give you enough motivation to keep you moving.

Dave Karat Staff answered 1 year ago

If you want to lose fat quicker, then eat more & eat healthier. This is where most of the people fail. Eat 5-6 times a day with smaller portions but richer in nutrients. Breakfast, mid-day, lunch, afternoon, dinner. Supplements are a MUST. Your body needs extra energy to burn the fat and that extra can be obtained via vitamins and minerals. Drop me an email and I’m happy to give you more advice.