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funkord 05-17-2017 07:24 AM

Advanced fat loss techniques beneficial at this stage?
 
Hi people.
As I am approaching BF% (photo) where getting leaner is getting an increasing challenge, I was wondering whether advanced fat loss techniques are actually already beneficial?
I am specifically interested in Lyle's SFP, and although I know that I still.do not have stubborn fat, I am wondering whether stuff like
1. Yohimbine and fasted cardio
2. HIT followed by LIS

And other stuff described by lyle as advanced fat loss techniques (I don't swear on the terminology) are going to bring any benefit versus straight, simple caloric deficit?
My question also comes because I am a former fatty who has lost a ton of weight so my current physiology is not the most favorable one when it comes to keeping a good rate of fat loss in these BF ranges.
http://imgur.com/a/AfFBn

BigPecsPeter 05-17-2017 07:49 AM

Your image was deleted for some reason

Anyway, I believe you're a long way off it genuinely being hard to lose fat. Better to have a short diet break, regroup, and carry on with regular deficit crap

funkord 05-17-2017 10:14 AM

Sorry, dont know what happened there. Here it is
https://d34i.imgup.net/IMG_20170506e3.jpg

BigPecsPeter 05-17-2017 10:23 AM

Thanks

My answer remains the same: you're many moons away from having to do anything more complicated than a basic deficit.

funkord 05-17-2017 11:23 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by BigPecsPeter (Post 302505)
Thanks

My answer remains the same: you're many moons away from having to do anything more complicated than a basic deficit.

Yeah, I know that fat loss will happen, but my question was more along the lines will yohimbine with casted cardio and other strategies bring any benefit versus just simple caloric deficit, I.e. will fat loss be easier or greater st this stage.

BigPecsPeter 05-17-2017 12:04 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by funkord (Post 302507)
Yeah, I know that fat loss will happen, but my question was more along the lines will yohimbine with casted cardio and other strategies bring any benefit versus just simple caloric deficit, I.e. will fat loss be easier or greater st this stage.

From personal experience, it will make your life more miserable.

Why use a crane to crush a fly?

w1cked 05-17-2017 01:24 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by BigPecsPeter (Post 302509)
From personal experience, it will make your life more miserable.

Why use a crane to crush a fly?

I'll second this. At least 10 lbs away from bothering with that, maybe more. Using yohimbine and fasted cardio will do nothing extra now since your fat is not stubborn.

funkord 05-18-2017 06:19 AM

Quote:

Originally Posted by w1cked (Post 302513)
I'll second this. At least 10 lbs away from bothering with that, maybe more. Using yohimbine and fasted cardio will do nothing extra now since your fat is not stubborn.

Thank you guys.
10 lb seems nothing, having lost 70 lb so far.
I will simply Continue with a moderate diet reduction and high NEAT.

Hectic 05-18-2017 05:27 PM

it gets harder as you get leaner, don't do anything more taxing on your body until you need to or its last resort

w1cked 05-18-2017 06:19 PM

Quote:

Originally Posted by funkord (Post 302536)
Thank you guys.
10 lb seems nothing, having lost 70 lb so far.
I will simply Continue with a moderate diet reduction and high NEAT.

Don't take as a slam dunk # most likely it'll be a tad higher. When you can see a 4 pack and the navel fat seems pinchy and the skin seems a little deformed when you pull it, that's when YC+fasted cardio will work.


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