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    Question Need help looking for a good 5 day split.

    I'm 16 and my high school has a free gym I can go to for an hour after school 5 days a week. Is there any good 5-day splits specifically for fat loss? I like ppl stuff but I only have 5 days a week and need to use them. Any good 5-day split programs on this site? I'm new to this so still curious.
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    Originally Posted by gavmipie View Post
    I'm 16 and my high school has a free gym I can go to for an hour after school 5 days a week. Is there any good 5-day splits specifically for fat loss? I like ppl stuff but I only have 5 days a week and need to use them. Any good 5-day split programs on this site? I'm new to this so still curious.
    if you want to lose fat, just eat at a calorie deficit. Exercise does very little in terms of weight loss.

    Though if you want to build muscle along with losing fat, maybe do a youtube search of "body recomposition" and follow one of the training splits in the pinned comment section in this subforum
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    Originally Posted by pxxel View Post
    if you want to lose fat, just eat at a calorie deficit. Exercise does very little in terms of weight loss.
    this... OP, lifting weights doesn't make you lose fat, it just helps you retain muscle and hopefully build a little while you lose fat - which is the result of a calorie deficit.

    How old are you/height/weight? Often times cutting is not in the best interest of teenagers.
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    Originally Posted by xsquid99 View Post
    this... OP, lifting weights doesn't make you lose fat, it just helps you retain muscle and hopefully build a little while you lose fat - which is the result of a calorie deficit.

    How old are you/height/weight? Often times cutting is not in the best interest of teenagers.
    I think I would need to cut, I've bene doing body recomp since December and have since actually lost 7-8% body fat. But the thing is, is that I want to see results. I'm 221 at 20% bf and am 6'3, I think cutting would be in my best interests at 16. And I do eat in a deficit, should've mentioned that as I think it came across like I thought the split itself would help me lose fat.
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    Originally Posted by gavmipie View Post
    I think I would need to cut, I've bene doing body recomp since December and have since actually lost 7-8% body fat. But the thing is, is that I want to see results. I'm 221 at 20% bf and am 6'3, I think cutting would be in my best interests at 16. And I do eat in a deficit, should've mentioned that as I think it came across like I thought the split itself would help me lose fat.
    I wouldn't cut at 6'3" and 220 and 20% at 16 years old, I would just continue eating around maintenance and lifting on good program.

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    Originally Posted by xsquid99 View Post
    I wouldn't cut at 6'3" and 220 and 20% at 16 years old, I would just continue eating around maintenance and lifting on good program.
    Hm, idk. My body space thing says to get my desired physique i'd have to lose around 30lbs, I'm curious as to why you think I should maintain. Not arguing or anything, just curious as judging by your profile you give some sound advice.
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    Originally Posted by gavmipie View Post
    Hm, idk. My body space thing says to get my desired physique i'd have to lose around 30lbs, I'm curious as to why you think I should maintain. Not arguing or anything, just curious as judging by your profile you give some sound advice.
    ur bones are still growing, and you need nutrition to do well in school and etc. 20% body fat is a bit fluffy but not unhealthy at all
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    Originally Posted by pxxel View Post
    ur bones are still growing, and you need nutrition to do well in school and etc. 20% body fat is a bit fluffy but not unhealthy at all
    This OP. I'm generally not in favor of those under 18 being in a deficit unless you're at an unhealthy BF level. The fat you're carrying should fuel some pretty decent gains for the next couple years, and you can always cut down later. Right now you're in your prime growing years and in a perfect position to see some benefits from recomp.

    Height wise you're very likely not done growing either. I grew 3 inches from the time I was 16 until 18.
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