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'What Is Your Basal Metabolic Rate?' & 'How To Build Muscle Fast!'
December 01, 2010

'What Is Your Basal Metabolic Rate?'

Basal metabolic rate (BMR) is the total amount of energy the body burns up in order to maintain vital body functions. Measurement of the BMR requires a person to be awake but at complete rest.

BMR is closely related to the resting metabolic rate (RMR), which is simply the amount of energy expended by the body when the person is awake and performs normal, non-physical, everyday activities.

Basal metabolic rate is a component of total daily calorie/ energy expenditure (TEE). The other components are: physical activity (PA) and the thermic effect of food (TEF).

In this article we will examine how you can easily boost your basal metabolic rate.

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What Is Your Basal Metabolic Rate?


'How To Build Muscle Fast!'

...and burn fat at the same time!

It is possible to build muscle fast without putting on fat by simply following a few basic principles. These basic principles are a combination of both muscle building tips and fat burning strategies and if you use them correctly it is possible to gain muscle mass and burn off body fat at the same time.

Building muscle is generally a slow, deliberate process that the body fights all the way. The body does this because it has been designed to 'preserve itself' or, in other words, stop itself from being starved.

To read the entire article, click on the following link:

Build Muscle Fast


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