Chalk and cheese spring to mind when you think about men and women. They are two completely different species. To think about the differences between men and women, does it mean that weight loss for either men or women are harder for one of them compared to the other.
The metabolism is different not only between men and women but also in every single human being. Not 1 persons metabolism is the same as someone else. If a man and women were to do the same training, eat the same food and stick to the same routine would one of them lose more weight than the other?
This had me thinking that it could be something we could put into practice and find out what actually happens. Firstly there would be a few ground rules that would have to be established first.
These would be the ground rules for the experiment. After the end of 2 weeks then the results could be published and there would be a genuine starting point to base and see whether there is a difference between women fat loss and mens fat loss.
After the first week both the female and male had stuck to the conditions specified above. everything was going according to plan. After week 1 both had lost just over 7 pounds. It was into the second week that we started to see some differences. Near the end of the second week, day 10 the woman had lost 2 pounds more than the male. There was no deviation in anything we done.
At the end of week two both specimens were finally weighed and it turned out that they had lost the exact same amount. Both the male and the female both lost 14 pounds.
In summary, this gives us some results to look at but at first initial review there seems to be no difference between mens fat loss or women fat loss. You get the same results for both women and men.