is there a difference between eating 3000cal then burning 1000 with cardio
Will eating 3000cal and then doing cardio produce more muscle?
Where do you think muscles come from, anon? I'm really curious. Do you think they just appear on your body when you eat whey and chicken breast?
Also what do you think cardio does. Do you think it means burning extra calories? Does the "ca" in cardio stand for calories?
How do you think people burn 1000 calories with cardio anon? Do you think those 1000 calories just fly away from the body when someone says they're burning calories?
Also what do you think burning implies?
Thats like the dumbest question i have ever seen. Of course the best is to eat 3k and burn 1k. While burning those calories you're using them for energy + tissue recovery from running or swimming onr cycling.
"Woah woah so when you do cardio you're using your muscle?!"
Probably the biggest troll on this board. Sure, if you don't eat enough and do too much, you'll start to burn muscle as well as fat on the road to becoming a hungry skellington. However, as long as you lift and eat properly cardio only helps the body work more efficiently, not to mention all the health benefits that come with a strong cardiovascular system.