You're more interested in body composition than weight. Lean muscle mass takes up less space, but weighs more than bodyfat. So depending on the proportions, you can sometimes reduce your weight by increasing lean muscle mass, and correspondingly dumping bodyfat mass. Additionally w/ more lean muscle mass, the volume of "body" it takes up is reduced - so you "lean out" despite increasing your muscle mass.
Some places will argue that you can't build muscle while cutting bodyfat - but at a certain level you can.
I think your statement is poorly worded and confuses terms between 'fat'/'muscle' and weight.
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Muscle does not weigh more than fat, I really wish people would stop saying this. A pound is a pound. Muscle is denser(more compact) than fat and takes up less volume. OP yes you can lose fat while gaining muscle, it's called recomposition. Very hard to do natty.
with enough hormones you can, hard for a natty if you've already been training for a while
you dn't need any hormones besides the ones you have in you. If you are fat and you start to diet and excercise you will gain muscle and lose fat at the same time. Your weight will stay the same but you will shed fat lbs.
This is only if you have lot's of extra fat. like 20% fat.
Not at the exact same moment maybe. High insulin levels in the morning and post workout and lower levels at other points in the day may end in a day where you have more muscle and less fat. Or you can just try trenbolone.
absolutley you can............it's obvious that your not gonna accomplish anything extreme BUT I personally weighed 173 w/ a good amount of bf...... and in 4 months of eating a good higher protein diet and lifting/cardio, was 185 and actually slightly cut( I could see my abs fairly good).................so I can certainly attest to losing fat and gaining muscle/strength......good luck