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CT and body composition

Discussion in 'Ask Jack' started by MJ*, Apr 23, 2012.

  1. MJ*

    MJ* New Member

    Will your body hold onto some fat over time, or is it the more you CT the more you replace muscle for fat, basically is there a stabilization point where CT becomes a maintainer, or is it always a burner? If it's always a burner and as woman you want to maintain some of your for the lack of a better word, softness, do you cut back on the CT when you are happy with your look?

  2. Can't be too thin, or too rich, or have too much computer memory,have too fast a computer processor, or too much ammo. What's wrong with a hardbody instead of a soft one?
  3. youthfuliz

    youthfuliz New Member

    Good question. I'd like to know the answer too. I guess eventually we can do CT only in the winter and may gain a few pounds during the summer. :D
  4. MJ*

    MJ* New Member

    LOL Randy don't forget chocolate or Malbec...Even Michelangelo's women had some curves, but I think if a woman is happy with her body being totally hard, that's cool. I personally like at least a little ying with my yang, as there's a certain femininity to that. I am five pounds off my goal weight, and so I'm wondering what do I do when I get to my goal weight in terms of CT? I've been dropping the weight faster lately, and I'm wondering is it possible to CT my body too much, especially with fat playing an essential role in metabolism. If you lose too much fat does it becomes counterproductive health wise?
  5. LinD

    LinD New Member


    Good questions, though, by MJ.

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  6. Jack Kruse

    Jack Kruse Administrator

    No one knows yet.....

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