CM: No. The only difference in my opinion would be their specific dietary needs, meaning preferences, allergies, etc and calorie needs. They both need a reduction in calories and need to focus on nutrient dense foods. They both need to train hard, hit the weights, and try to preserve as much muscle mass as possible. They both need some type of interval work to ramp up their fat loss. Females may have some more "stubborn" areas than males, but the training would essentially be the same, as would the diet.
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