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Time and time again, we are spinning our wheels trying to change our exercise program in an attempt to get rid of the belly fat, when in reality it is the diet program that needs to be manipulated and experimented with the most. Despite claims we are “eating right,” many times we don’t realize that if we are not getting the results in fat loss, then no matter how good we are eating, it is not good enough. Your metabolic formula is different from everyone else, and you need to stop being the dieter and start being the fat loss detective. Remember: Diet is the most crucial element in body change and fat loss. Abs are made in the kitchen, not the gym.
That is, only eat sugar in its natural form such as it occurs in fruits. Sweets, ice creams, sugar beverages, carbonated drinks and the likes are sugar devils and it is best to stay away from them. They increase your body fat, especially around your abdomen and thighs.
As in, make sure you’re eating a lot of it. In a 2011 trial, subjects who increased their soluble fiber intake by 10 grams a day (the equivalent of two small apples, one cup of green peas, and one half cup of pinto beans) reduced visceral fat by 3.7% after five years.
4. Lie on the floor, face down, and support your upper body on your elbows, forearms, and hands. Slowly lift the rest of your body off the floor until you’re on your toes. Keeping your body straight, hold for as long as is comfortable, then slowly lower and relax. Repeat as many times as possible until fatigued.
You should avoid skipping meals. You may think that skipping meals will help you lose weight, but it won’t. It’ll actually put your body into starvation mode, and it’ll slow your metabolism down quite a bit.
Choose vigorous exercise. When it comes to burning body fat, not every exercise is created equal. For the next 2 weeks, choose high-intensity workouts like running, swimming laps, road cycling, rowing or boot camp over easy to moderate exercise.
I agree with mom. when you look in the mirror you tend to see what u think and not how beautiful you are, so stop being so hard on yourselves. I do know that it is hard to lose weight and then to keep it off, you have to look at this as a life style change and not as a “diet”. It is hard to fit exercise into our busy lives but we have to find time to cause in the long run it can cause health problems, not to mention it really helps with stress. I am a mom of a 15 month old and work at a busy office always being on my feet and still go to the gym on my lunch break. So ladies it can be done you just have to want it bad enough and be patient cause Rome wasnt built in a day.
Protein takes energy to digest, thereby causing our bodies to burn more calories than a variety of other foods, says the USDA. This increased calorie burning increases you metabolism and can help you burn more belly fat. A favorable lean protein source is skinless, grilled chicken or turkey.
Hey Ruben, I don’t always hit that six a day number either. It’s just a framework really and if I don’t hit it I don’t let it bother me. I’m certainly able to get great results without it, and if I only ate three times each day I could still make that work if I was reach my macro nutrient numbers each day (protein, carbs, fats).
A sedentary lifestyle is one of the major causes of occurrence of belly fat. If you don’t indulge in any physical activity, and spend most of the time sitting, watching T.V., reading, etc., it is known as a sedentary lifestyle. Lack of regular exercise, or not exercising at all can lead to fat storage around the belly area. In other words, being a couch potato will make you fat.