You can look at nutrition through any lens you would like.
In my humble opinion, if you’re being mindful about food in any type of way, then that is a good thing.
So let’s just begin.
Before I begin, let me remind you that I do not believe in adhering to specific body types. Overall, my goal with this article is to reach a specific audience that is trying to get lean or values having low body fat. It is not my intention to reinforce specific body standards or shame anybody.
By, “low body fat,” I mean low relative to the rest of society. Really, anything under 22% for women and anything under 16% for men could be considered, “low,” even though it is in the healthy/athletic range.
So let’s just jump into it.
Top 10 Benefits of Having Low Body Fat:
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There are a lot of health benefits to stair training exercise. In fact, stair training is possibly better than running for strength and cardio. It also requires less impact and repetitive stress.