By going from doing nothing to lifting and eating well (not overeating or indulging) you will lose some fat initially without really trying. Once you get to a certain point though it becomes more difficult, like if you want visible abs. That's very difficult to achieve naturally if you're aiming to build muscle at the same time.Short Back and Sides wrote:Cheers for that mate.
I defo don't want to do a dirty bulk. I want to try and cut my fat percentage as I bulk. Like I said my diet is ok. I have a takeaway every so often and probably eat more crisps than I should but in general I eat well. I've started eating more fish like tuna, sardines and mackerel so that will obviously boost my protein intake.
What do you mean by 'does the lot'? You don't need anything other than the impact whey stuff.Is there anything that is an all round protein that kinda does the lot. I don't have a clue. I've looked on that my protein before and not really known what to choose.
Your goal is to build muscle then.Short Back and Sides wrote:I don't want abs tbh I just want to be a bit leaner but bulked out. My arms and shoulders are already a decent size I just want them bulked a bit then toned.
You just want that impact whey. Protein doesn't help you to cut per se, if you're using the highest quality whey in the world but having buffets for every meal you'll always be fat. Losing fat is down to what you're eating/what you're doing activity wise.By does the lot I mean helps you to build muscle mass, helps recovery and cut easier
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