“what helps you lose your belly fat +how do you lose side belly fat”

To avoid these nasty effects, the belly fat plan recommends that 20-30% of your total calories should come from foods high in good fats (avocados, olive oil, nuts, coconut oil) and foods that are good omega 3 sources, as they increase your metabolic rate as well.

Hi, Im a 15 year old male, 5’9″ and i weigh about 147 pounds. Im kind of skinny fat (im about 18 percent body fat) and my stomach looks fairly big. I was wondering what i should do to mainly reduce my stomach size, but also gain muscle in the process (i would prefer not to recomp, im not good at keeping exact track of macros). Ive been going to the gym for only around 2 months now, so im still a beginner.

I am currently out in Afghanistan and trying to cut the last few kg’s of fat before I get home next month, I follow a similar training program to what you reccomend, 2 on 1 off for weights (use a 6 day week) and 3-4 HIIT sessions, this has worked really well and have seen good growth over 5 months.(2in chest 1in arms) but have struggled with leg growth, despite training legs harder than anything else alternating a heavy squat and heavy DL based session every week. Do you think training to much cardio could impact on leg growth particularly when done fasted in the mornings? And is a protein shake sufficient to stop catobalism but still allow the benefit of fasted training on fat stores?? ( I have no specific Bcaa’s)

I am a female at about 16% body fat and I just ordered your forge but I have a very hard time putting on muscle, I want to get the very last bit of fat on my low abs gone but I don’t want to lose muscle, should I take forge and do fasted cardio? Or just do some hiit and one liss training per week?

What I don’t understand is the fact that even though I am at the peak of my fitness and strength, even though I can pull off moves that people with better bodies cant even try (muscle ups, pushup variations etc ) , even though I lift heavier than what my body appears to be able to , even though I strictly follow my schedule , diet, workouts , the improvement in strength and endurance isn’t really reflected in my body.

I eat once a day, in the evening; junk carbs and grains are off my plate. (Early eating seems to stimulate my need for more meals.) I try to eat only 5~6 days in a week, fasting on the others; as well as fasting 3~ consecutive days on each seasonal change. I do not like being controlled, by others, bad habit or negative desire or thoughts. (see cheek exercise)

Cut to the core. To attack your fat even more effectively, target the deeper layers of muscle along your abdominal walls by doing Pilates, yoga, and mat exercises such as crunches and push-ups. Core training will help you develop well-defined muscles in your back, chest, and abdomen.

Running at an incline rather than on a flat surface has been shown to increase total calorie burn by as much as 50%, says Jill Penfold, a Los Angeles-based personal trainer. Whether you’re outside on a hill or at the gym on an inclined treadmill, start out walking for 5-10 minutes, then jog, suggests Penfold. “Your heart rate should elevate pretty quickly as you pick up your pace,” she says. Maintain the jog for 5-10 minutes, then pick your pace up again and start running. “This doesn’t have to be an all-out sprint,” says Penfold, but you should be working hard enough that you couldn’t have a conversation with someone running next to you. (If you’re over 40 and about to start running for the first time, here are 8 things you need to know first.) Spend 5 minutes running, then drop your pace back down to a jog. Continue alternating 5-10 minutes of jogging with 5-10 minutes of running for 30-45 minutes. 

Also make sure that you line your rib cage up with your stomach. Now, roll your shoulders back and let them drop down gently and centre your head over your spine. Elongate your neck by imagining a string gently lifting the crown of your head.

This low-impact exercise increases your metabolism as well as your heart rate. A heightened metabolic rate will burn away calories at a faster pace, thus helping to eliminate the fat accumulated around your belly. In fact, walking decreases the risk of injuries and is considered to be a good workout for beginners.

2. The Captain’s Chair Leg Raise – This exercise requires a captain’s chair, a rack with padded arms allowing for the legs to hang free that is commonly found in gyms or health clubs. To do this exercise, stand on the chair and grip hand holds. Press back against the pad then raise knees to the chest to contract the abs then lower them back down. Do 1 to 3 sets with 12 to 16 repetitions.

The number one rule in trying to reduce belly fat means that you DO NOT start by decreasing your fat intake. Not all fats are created equal and not all fats are bad fats. In fact, eating certain fats can help you in decreasing belly fat.

I think you’re a rockstar thanks for taking the time to respond and give me more resources. I’m going to get into them now and learn some more. I’ll pick up your supplements too when I can. Are you retailing only online or are you in stores as well? I’m in Australia currently

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