Transitioning From Fat Loss To Lean Body

February 04, 2024 4 min read

Transitioning From Fat Loss To Lean Body

As we near the end of the Fat Loss stage of this or any protocol, fat loss will slow.

We’re at or near our personal goal.

We might still have some extra fat, but it’s not coming off or it’s coming off very slowly — and frustratingly.

Also, we’re getting hungry. Not for sugar or junk food or more food when we’re already stuffed, but hunger as in our body needs more food.

At this point it’s counter-productive to carry on with Fat Loss, even if we have a bit more to lose.

Our hormones have re-balanced to the point that they’re functioning correctly.

Our cells have majorly restructured, cutting out their addiction to sugar, and becoming able to use fat and amino acids for energy more easily.

If this hadn’t happened, you wouldn’t have lost body fat.

But we’ve also built muscle, something that helped us with our fat loss and which is what will carry us over the finish line.

And this muscle needs to be fed to maintain it. The more muscle, the more it needs to be fed.

This is another place many people fall down after a successful diet and gain the fat back: They don’t continue on to the next important part of regaining their full health: building strength.

Every time you work out, you’re injuring your muscles to a degree. That’s what causes them to grow. They have to repair themselves and increase in strength so that in the future they’re less likely to get “injured” again.

But if you’re not now feeding the muscle enough to heal and grow, then your body will do the opposite, and choose to, instead of healing the injured cells, get rid of them.

So you lose muscle.

So don't try to go too far here. If you’ve hit the point where your body fat is in range and you’re starting to feel hungry again, then it’s time to switch from Fat Loss to something called Lean Body.

Lean Body means adding muscle without the extra body fat.

This is what helps you lose that last bit of body fat you may want to lose, and also what sets you up so it’s easier to keep the extra fat off in the future.

It’s quite simple:

Just take your current macros you’ve been using and raise each of them by 10%.

Do this by multiplying your current macros by 1.1.

So if your protein is at 100 grams, multiply 100 x 1.1. This give you your new amount for protein — 110 grams.

Do the same for fats and carbohydrates.

Change nothing else.

Now push harder in your workouts.

This will lead to increased muscle building and you will very soon start feeling hungry again, maybe even the next day. When this happens, just increase again by another 5% by multiplying your new macros by 1.05.

Keep pushing as much as you can to up weights and reps while maintaining proper form (do not go higher in weight if your form starts failing).

Doing this, you will keep building muscle, which will require more food to supply nutrients for energy and muscle building and maintaining, so you will continue to get hungry, though less and less often.

Each time you do, just raise your macros by another 5% multiplying your current macros by 1.05.

But this is important. One rule of Lean Body is that you should never be hungry.

You’re through your cravings. So now, if you’re hungry, it’s because your body actually needs the food. Not feeding it will lead to muscle breakdown from your workouts and create new cravings that lead to gaining the body fat back.

Then, if at any point you start adding some excess fat, just decrease your macros by 5% for a few days and it will come right off again, because your hormones are set up to burn it much easier.

To do this, just multiply your current macros by .95.

This is basically an effort to balance the amount of energy and amino acids (food) consumed, with the amount of energy and amino acids needed and used.

It will be different for each person, so we do this a little bit to find the right balance for you.

Then we keep balancing and soon you know when you need food and when you don’t.

An extra hard workout, more hunger for protein and fats. Less workout, less hunger.

You are no in control.

I hope this helps.

Let us know if you have any questions in the Group.

And if you haven't already seen our 30-Day Fat Loss Challenge, check it out.

We're having a lot of fun, and to ensure you have everything you need we've set up special Fat Loss Product Bundles with a 15% - 30% discount for those participating in the challenge.

Just make sure to use the code FATLOSS at checkout for 15% off.

Alright, message us in the Group if you have any questions or need anything. And you can also share your progress there and see others' progress. 


Introduction & Getting Started:

  1. Introduction To Sustainable Fat Loss & The 30-Day Challenge
  2. The Key To Sustainable Fat Loss: Calories + Hormones
  3. The 30-Day Fat Loss Challenge: Diet & Protocol
  4. The 30-Day Fat Loss Challenge: Workout

Week One:

  1. The 30-Day Fat Loss Challenge Starts: Running Your Diet The Right Way
  2. Body Fat Is Made From Sugar — Not Fat
  3. Reversing Insulin Resistance & Speeding Fat Loss

Week Two:

  1. What's Causing Cravings For Sugar & Junk Food
  2. Digestion Is Key To Sustainable Fat Loss
  3. Cortisol: The Hormone That Makes Fat Loss Nearly Impossible

Week Three:

  1. How Poor Sleep Prevents Fat Loss
  2. Estrogen Dominance Prevents Fat Loss In Women & Men
  3. Raising Growth Hormone & IGF For Fat Loss

Week Four:

  1. Hunger Vs Cravings: When To Transition Out Of Fat Loss
  2. Transitioning From Fat Loss To Lean Body
  3. How Our Corn & Soy Based Diet Prevents Fat Loss

Week Five:

  1. Why Energy & Sleep Rise, And Stress Falls On The Fat Loss Protocol
  2. End of The Fat Loss Challenge, On To Lean Body/Lean Bulk

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