On today’s episode, the human strength expert Kyle Newell shares the truth about being ‘ripped’. The bodybuilding competition is an exciting event that many look forward to. This brings Kyle back to memories and insights of his past experiences. Tune in!
Kyle used to work for a strength and conditioning staff in 2003. That was his first time to see someone shredded. To Kyle, the guy was like a mini Ronnie Coleman who won 8 Mr. Olympia’s.
Muscles were popping out of his muscles. He did not even have to watch what he was eating, but only needed enough food to maintain his muscle mass.
Now, people ask Kyle how they too can put on muscles. Unfortunately, not everyone is genetically cut to be ripped. You can’t just put on muscles when you want to.
Remember that body fat is stored energy, and that the brain and nervous system are hard-wired for survival. Unless you are cut out to be ripped, your body will fight against it.
Females usually can have 10% more body fat than males. They need it for childbearing reasons. They also have different fat patterns.
Males’ stubborn fat is usually in the stomach region. On the other hand, the females’ stubborn fat is usually in the thighs, glutes, and hamstrings.
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