Promo Model Team
G-FORCE NUTRITION
HOW TO SHED FAT WITHOUT LOSING MUSCLE

1. PUT TOGETHER A PLAN
Losing fat while minimizing muscle loss takes a lot of discipline as well as planning. Make sure that every morning when you wake up you know exactly what you are going to eat that day to take the guesswork out of it. Calculate in advance the exact macros you need to reach and what foods will get you there so that you know you can easily measure how well you are following your diet. Additionally, don’t make too many drastic changes to your diet at once as this will make it harder to maintain. Add them gradually and build on your momentum. It’s much easier to make a series of small changes than it is to make one big change.

2. SUPPORT YOUR TRAINING
While nutrition may be number 1, having a great training session is also crucial to improving your physique. To make sure you don’t waste it, make sure you support your training session be consuming the right foods before and after you hit the gym. A whey-protein based supplement can be great here for its convenience – 30 grams prior to and 50 grams after will ensure optimal recovery and provide your muscles with the necessary fuel to get the most out of your lifts.

3. CARB CYCLE
Many of the best diet plans out there include some form of carb cycling. It’s a great way to shed fat while still maintaining enough energy for your workouts. Try dropping down to 1 gram per pound of bodyweight for non-gym days and going up to 2 grams per pound on days where you lift. If you are planning on having a cheat day that will result in a lot of carbs being consumed , try scheduling it for a lifting day so you have extra energy to bang out all your reps. You can also cycle multiple consecutive days of low carbs followed by one day of very high carbs. Try out a few different methods and see what works best for you.

4. EAT GOOD FATS
There is tons of research out there supporting the fact that healthy fats can help support your weight-loss goals. In addition to providing energy, they also help regulate growth and testosterone hormones. Depending on the amount of carbohydrates you are consuming you should keep your consumption of healthy fats at around 20-30% of total calories.

5. EAT THE RIGHT TYPE OF CARBS
Just like fats, not all carbs are created equally. Processed carbs found in foods like pasta, cereals and snack foods should be avoided as they increase your blood-sugar levels and make your body more inclined to store fat. Go for 1-2 grams of high-quality complex carbs per pound of bodyweight each day and adjust depending on changes in weight and energy levels. These should come from sources like oatmeal, potatoes, sweet potatoes, brown rice and quinoa.

6. CONSUME A LOT OF PROTEIN
Make sure you are getting at least 1 gram of protein per lb of bodyweight. Over time you might need to increase this depending on your goals. Protein helps make you full so you won’t need to eat as much while dieting. At the same time it will help reduce the amount of muscle loss that will occur during your cut. If you are having trouble hitting your protein target try incorporating a whey protein shake or two into your diet.

7. USE FAT BURNERS SPECIFICALLY DESIGNED TO MAINTAIN MUSCLE MASS
To truly accelerate your fat loss, we recommend incorporating a high-quality FAT BURNER (like G-Force Nutrition’s G6 Fat Burner and Thermal Ignite PM) into your diet. These products are specifically designed to shed the pounds without losing any muscle mass.

8. STAY FOCUSED AND DISCIPLINED
It takes a long time to build a quality physique and it won’t be a straight, easy road. There will be many weeks where you struggle to drop even half a pound but don’t be discouraged! Keep working on yourself and accept that further changes to your plan may be needed down the road. Remember – if it were easy everyone would have already have a shredded physique!


So there you have it! Incorporate all of these tactics into your routine and I promise you that you will shed fat without losing muscle.