I'm glad someone pulled this thread back up. I'm getting frustrated with my fat burning abilities. Bust my ass, eat right and it seems I've hit the dreaded plateau again.
I'm guessing my age and genetics are playing a major role. I'm thinking about buying a "fat" burner. I have never tried one and maybe this is what I need to get the results I want. Any suggestions on any particular fat burners and does anybody have any success stories?
I've calculated my daily calorie needs according to my BMR and activity level. To maintain I need just about 3,000 cals. That would mean I need to eat no more then 2500 cals a day to lose weight.
If I burn an average of 700-1000 cals a day how many cals should I eat to lose weight? Do I still go by my original formula? Or should I eat closer to 3000 cals because of the amount I'm burning?
Hope I didn't confuse anyone.