Let me open with the main take-away: Sports has a minimal effect on your weight loss. To drop off a kilo (7000kcal) you have to walk about 25 hours or about 10 hours of extensive sports.However, exercising has a great positive effect on your mindset and health. If you want to lose weight you should always start with your food.
And to answer your question immediately: depends on a number of things.
What type of exercises are you going to do?Weight training, cardio, team sports?
- If your weight is right at the moment, you won’t be adjusting your diet and you won’t be sporting 5 days a week-> then you’ll lose weight
- If you are already falling off, you are not going to adjust your power supply and you do not exercise 5 days a week-> then you will lose even more
- If your weight is right at the moment, you are going to take more calories and you don’t exercise 5 days a week-> then you can lose weight, stay the same or arrive, depending on your new diet.
- If you are already falling off, you are going to take more calories and you don’t exercise 5 days a week-> then you can lose weight, stay the same or arrive, depending on your new diet.
You understand the idea.
If you burn more calories than you are taking you fall off. Although it is advisable to eat healthy/clean you can still lose weight with a relatively unhealthy diet, as long as you burn more than you are taking.To keep it easy I recommend you to just count your calories, especially in the beginning don’t mind too much on your macros (fat, carbs, etc.)
If your goal is to get more muscle mass you have to do strength training, eat “clean” and certainly not eat too little.However, from your question, I make sure that weight loss is your primary goal, in which case you can do a lot of cardio, or HIIT (High-Intensity interval training) to reach your goal and also lower your calorie intake or keep it equal with what it was like for you with sports Starts.
Finally, it is not for everyone to exercise five days a week, if you are just starting out it can be less.Weight reduction and especially the preservation of a lower weight can only be achieved by a healthy, or at least devised lifestyle.
I recommend you the following website, in the title it says “overweight” but the website itself is about losing weight and not specifically about being overweight.The food scene (which I do not have any tires with) can provide you with a lot of clearly described information about sports, nutrition and weight loss.
I am a student-athlete at an American university with a so-called scholarship.I train day in and day out. In Our competition season we have free 1 day a week.
I want to start with: To fall off you have to consume more calories than you are taking.In short, food is a major factor. If you don’t even eat a lot, you don’t even have to exercise one day. I don’t want to say that you shouldn’t exercise-because I’m a supporter of sports-but you have to look good at what you slide in one day.
If you have a job, it is usually difficult to combine to exercise before or after.My advice: eat healthy and sport if you have the time!
You fall off when you burn more calories than you consume.
That also applies to if you’re sports.If you consume 5 days of sports, but in those days a lot of fat, more than you can burn you will arrive anyway. Meanwhile, you grow condition and muscle mass. Weight gain does not necessarily have to be bad. Weight does not have to be just fat. Can also be muscle mass. Watch your BMI and your fat content.
One, what sport. Two how intensive, three how long, four to obtain a power port for muscle strength or cardio?So many parameters that cause you to fall off fat or muscle tissue, as muscles and you do not eat more than increase your basal metabolism and you fall off (FAT), if you train for the marathon you also fall off but also muscles disappear then So… What is the intention.