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Old 03-09-2013, 08:00 PM   #60
Raul_SJ
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Originally Posted by limitup View Post
^^^ no that's not true at all. You can definitely help your body to lose more fat than muscle by lifting weights and eating adequate amounts of protein. This should preserve most of your muscle at a decent caloric deficit i.e. the recommending 500 calories a day (if you want to lose weight)
Okay, but how about losing weight solely by playing tennis (no weight training).

In that case one cannot control the ratio of fat and muscle lost.
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