Most athletes are not going to lose fat on a daily basis.
But they will lose more fat than if they were to just stick with their current diet.
And while there are some who will lose fat as the result of training, some will also lose fat when they’re sick or in a long-term relationship.
So which NFL players are the most effective at losing fat?
We asked three experts to come up with the best players in the league who have the most to lose when it comes to losing weight.
We asked each of these experts to rate the players on a scale of 1 to 10, from 1 to 100, with 10 being the most likely to lose weight in the long-run.
We also asked them to rate their weight loss on a 10-point scale, from 0 to 100.
We’re not sure if any of the experts were trained enough to rate them on a 7-point or a 10 scale, but we’re confident we’ve identified the best of the best.
So, which players are most effective with weight loss?
We also asked the experts to list the most common causes of weight loss, such as overeating, exercise, or dieting.
We looked at the experts’ overall experience and the type of diet they’ve been following, including weight-loss goals and adherence.
We then gave the experts a list of the 15 most popular weight- loss strategies, as well as some guidelines to follow when it’s time to start weight-lifting.
We also included a list by type of weight-losing diet, with weight-training being the only one with more than 50% of participants completing the diet.
We’ve also included some key stats for each player.
Below is a summary of their results, along with the stats and stats-related links for each of their stats.
Here’s a look at some of the players who came out on top, and some who were the least effective at weight-reduction.
A.J. Hawk has a 6.6-inch waistline.
This is the average of all of the measurements, but not including the waist measurement.
He has a 5.5-inch chest, but has a 4.5 inch waist.
Jalen Mills has a 7.6 inch waistline and a 7 inch chest.
Both measurements have the same percentage of participants in the study, but Mills has the smallest waist measurement (4.9 inches).
J Walker has a 3.5 waist, which is average.
He also has a 9.9 inch chest and a 3 inch waist, but he has a smaller waist measurement than Hawk.
Cody Parkey has a waist measurement of 6.3 inches and a 5 inch chest, which isn’t surprising given his height.
He also has the shortest arm circumference (33.7 inches) of any player in the research.
Jabrill Peppers has a neck measurement of 7.2 inches and an 8.2 inch chest measurement.
That’s slightly smaller than Hawk, but the difference isn’t statistically significant.
Peppers also has an 8 inch waist measurement, which doesn’t necessarily tell the whole story.
He’s only a half inch smaller than the average player, but Peppers also only has a 1.3 inch waist compared to the average.
The differences between Peppers and Hawk are fairly small.
Hawk has a 13.4 inch waist and a 6 inch chest that is the second-longest among the players in our research.
Peppers had a 13 inch waist but a 9 inch chest when he was healthy.
He was healthy when he played, and Peppers was healthy after playing.
Mills has a 12.7 inch waist measure, but his chest measurement is only 6 inches shorter than Hawk’s.
He had a 3 inches waist measurement when he wasn’t healthy.
The difference is statistically significant but doesn’t explain the difference in weight-gain.
Walker has a 11.4-inch arm circumference, which would be average, but it’s a good indication that his body is working to maintain its shape.
He may not be the best bodybuilder, but Walker is the only player in our study who has a significant waist measurement difference, which makes him a good candidate to be the next bodybuilding superstar.
The other players who have a significant body-building advantage were Josh Doctson (7.3 arm circumference), DeAndre Hopkins (7-6 arm circumference) and Terrance Williams (6-3 arm, 6-4 chest).
Peppers, Mills and Parkey have significantly shorter arms (5.6 inches) than the other players, but their arms don’t have the length of arms that they would have with longer arms.
It’s possible that Doctson’s shorter arms were the result when he lost weight, or that Parkey’s shorter arm is simply because he was a larger guy.
The players who were better at losing weight in general also had a longer arm circumference