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Does Intermittent Fasting KILL MUSCLE? (Diet Confusion)

Does Intermittent Fasting KILL MUSCLE? (Diet Confusion)



Stop being confused by how to eat to lose fat and build muscle Intermittent fasting is certainly one of the most talked …

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  1. H Athlete4ever

    No offense, but I used to think I had the worst eat habits as a kid, seeing this made me feel better on all levels. I'm glad you found your way as I've improved and am continuing to succeed just like you. Intermittent Fasting has done great wonders for me so far and I hope I can keep it up.

  2. LLlap

    I stumbled into intermittent fasting by accident. I simply could not stop eating in the evening and eventually I embraced it. I now only eat in the evening. I start at around 7-8 p.m. and eat till midnight. This has been working for me for about 2 years now. I don`t foresee any difficulties with continuing to do so in the future.

  3. Loperzu

    I have a question: Since I've been to the gym (around the 1st of july) and I've dropped from 76,7 KG (168,74 LBS) to 71,5 KG (157,3 LBS) with a 5,1 KG (11,22 LBS) deficit. I am 185 cm (6'07 foot) tall. Do I have to worry about acces skin, should I try to calm down with loseing weight or am I good to go? I am curious, because from the last 3 years I've been dropping from 100kg (220 LBS) to now my 157,3 LBS. Currently I can see the upper muscles of my six pack. My goal is to reach a BF of 8-12% at the beginning of the summer of 2018.
    Thanks for your reply guys 🙂

  4. olfoogy

    I don't think you ever answered the question does intermittent fasting kill muscle at all…. the biggest problem is people schedule….. I get up at 4 in the morning to be to work at 6:30 and there's no time for nothing so I meal prep the day before have a big breakfast I get off at 3:45 or 6 I don't have time to work out and eat because I go to bed at 7:30-8…. flywheel big breakfast in about 5:30 and then eat one good meal at 11:30 or 12 and then maybe a couple of greens before I go to bed or a vinegar lemon parsley honey ginger Shake….

  5. dkimbell12

    I had never realized the power of diet until watching Jeff. In 6 days time I lost 8lbs by following his diet and working out 30 minutes per day. This guy is one of the most legitimate voices in the world of training. A physical therapist and a personal trainer =legitimacy.

  6. Nebojsa Milic

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  7. Random dude

    Kinobody has been on a intermitting fasting diet for years now and he is lean and buff. Any diet works if it fits you. Many people don't even like to eat break fast so just chug some green tea and start eating at lunch time. This is what many people do anyway. How is this a problem? You sound very close minded. And you do not have 4-5% body fat dude. I thought you're legit but I think you're bullshitting people to sell your programs. Rofl 4% body fat without any health consequenes…yea right 😀

  8. ManhartLOL

    I do agree with most of it BUT intermittent fasting is not a diet itself, its a lifestyle. If someone chains a certain diet type to it. It's still Intermittent Fasting with x diet. It's just a way of eating your meals. Same as some people have a style of eating 6 meals throughout a day. It does have it's own benefits to it but it's all about which benefits suits you most. For me Keto diet with Intermittent Fasting was a miracle to help me lose weight. And that's the part I agree with you, there's no fully sustainable diet and that's why after keto diet had done it's job I started to slowly come back with carbs on diet ( now out of carbs I am eating brown rice, beans and sweet potatos. Some fruits from time to time) especially because I wanted to gain muscle mass. Intermittent fasting is great both for balanced diet as well as keto diet, yes it has benefits for both of them. Soo… IF is not a diet, it's just a way of eating your food at specific feeding window. That's all

  9. Dávid Kertész

    You clearly have no idea about intermittent fasting at all.

    1. IF is not a diet
    2. "I don't think there's a single guy that can stay on a 6 hour eating window" well that's only what you "think" and not your experience with IF. I can list loads of things that I think, that does not mean they are true, necessarily. I've been doing IF for >1.5 years now. Implementing is usually hard, maintaining is effortless.
    3. "But I will show you many-many guys who eat well and properly" – With this, you're saying that whoever does IF does not eat well and properly, while the only difference between IF and no-IF is the time interval you're supposed to eat within. Now you're basically misleading people due to you being misinformed or not informed at all. Or you're just a puppet who promotes supplements at all cost.

  10. DTWARRIOR

    I just watched this video three years later after it was published…My only issue with it, it's that people need to educate themselves better, about what IF is and how it works…Our body it's not designed to be eating 5-7 times a day… Insulin it's the number one hormone to store fat…yes your body needs fat, but good fat, and it should be included in your meals! The 16-8 it's the best and more efficient and effective life style anyone can adapt! Most people are already doing it without even knowing.
    For those people who already have a good eating habits they going to have the best results. But for the not so strong will it will still work and they will lose weight.

  11. Michael Clark

    I really enjoy Intermittent Fasting. I have eaten this way most of my life naturally, without naming it! Im 42 and fat now, because I got conned into multiple meal plans. Took me 4yrs to go back to 1meal a day. Fats melting off. And muscles starting to show again. I can't imagine wanting to go back to multiple meals. Just because you don't want to, or can't maintain intermittent fasting doesn't mean others can't. I love your work, but I don't understand why you would say this. It's not correct.

  12. k Kwok

    Great video, you're one of the few that I have any respect for (40 years training and 26+ years of competing). You, along with Jerry Ward, Eric Helms, Phil Hernan and Dr. Stephen Guyenet are tops with me. Keep up the great work

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