Almost everywhere you read, people tell you to consume approximately 500 calories less or more to lose or gain weight. I'm trying to shed some body fat, I'm not concerend at how much I weigh. So what will happen if I train really hard every day, and continue with my current eating habits.(Which by the way is sort of healthy)
Nutrition is of the utmost importance. A good way to waste time is for you to work out and have a bad diet.
Sometimes you consume a good nutritious diet without realizing it. Looks like you are on the right track... so I'd say just continue on with your current diet.
Nutrition is only important depending on the results you want to get.
Ur diet isn't truly healthy ... unless it is meeting your daily macro nutrients... the 500 number is a ratio...a mathmatical eqaution to give and average person a baseline tht will create small enough deficit only in relation to the first mathmatical eqaution which is an estimation of an individuals personal caloric information tht is healthy ..... by not changing your diet which tho not exactly sound nutrition isn't exactly hamburger and french fries either and I'm guessing you on an average consume as much as your body needs to about slightly over which tells me you have good eating habits so working out for you without increasing your caloric intake nor lowering your caloric intake will produce some results seeing as exercise burns calories you'd create a deficit by activty esp. If your being more active then you would b on average
In order to lose a pound you need to burn overall 3000 calories... so grab a calorie count app... have your daily intake and try to have a calorie deficit of 3000 a week or week and a half... better slow and steady.
Thanks guys, I appreciate. Guess proof is in the pudding. No pun intented.