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5/16/18 11:15 P

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A combination of both would be ideal. However, you cannot out exercise your diet, so you will want to make sure you are staying within your ranges for your calories and macronutrients (carbs, fat, protein).

Have you actually had your fat percentage checked? If not, then I would recommend having that done (most gyms will do that for a small fee or for free) to see truly how much fat you actually have and then you can get a better idea of what you're aiming for as a loss.

Are you doing both cardio and strength training? How is your typical nutrition intake? Are you tracking your food and beverages?

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5/16/18 9:00 P

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Over the past year, I've gone from 262 pounds to about 170 pounds, but I still have quite a bit of fat on me. How should I go about getting rid of it? Should I focus more on diet or exercise?

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