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Initially, let's expose one fantasy of some body-builders: to lose fat, building muscle is all you require. By not changing eating habits or cardio activity, an individual trying to lose fat will only see minimal losses by building muscle. It is true, however, that building lean muscle will yield other ways of helping to lose fat, by itself don't expect significant amounts of help.
To examine this further, you will find claims that every pound of resting lean muscle burns 50 calories a day. Sorry, but that number is way overstated. Resting muscle is like an idling car; it burns some fuel, but not a great deal. Doing nothing, those muscle tissues burn roughly 13 calories a day. If a person were to gain ten pounds just building lean muscle, he would burn 910 calories in a week. To lose fat at this pace, it would take him around 27 days to lose one pound of body fat.
That obviously does not take into account all the other variables, like gaining any extra body fat while building lean muscle. When you are building muscle, you are going to need extra calories to support this new growth. To believe that none will go into body fat would be really optimistic.