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How do you lose body fat WITHOUT increasing muscle?

I have lost 15 kilos during the year. I measure 1,68 am a woman and weight currently 64,5 K. The theme is to stay on 60 losing those 4k of fat. I do balanced diet and 5 meals per day. On all the proteins in your main meals and vegetables. I have always done pretty fitness and I have the muscles developed and with volume. I don't want more volume. I need some advice or routine.. to burn that fat without increasing my mass.

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You're not going to have problems with that. To gain mass and lose fat at the same time is incompatible. The only thing that to lose that layer of fat you see the muscle more defined, and may look bigger, especially in the legs, but it is a mere illusion. If you measure the perimeters you will see that it is not so. You simply have to continue in a caloric deficit and give you something more than time.

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Assuming that you have that down, your body build bone and others, or whether, these safe want to lose, there is no problem with the matter of increasing mass, increasing muscle mass, is achieved with exercises done in different ways, but to lose, is not achieved only with exercise, it is an old myth. If you are those pounds which you say, it is enough to reduce a 250/300 calories per day in food, and continue with the exercise you do, unless of course exercise to increase mass, any exercise, cardio, some strength, you want to do to lose fat and not muscle, that helps the exercise, combined e.g. cardio and reduce calories, you manage to lose fat and not muscle, that happens at the beginning of some diets. Does the routine that you like, if you have doubt ask a trainer who will evaluate, Sds.

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Eliminates the Salt and the gluten and lose the weight that you spare. More info in book **sensacionex.net/100-Libros-de-Salud-en-1.pdf**

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