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You want to wear your favourite saree or figure-hugging dress but are worried about your flabby stomach bulging out. This makes you worry about how to lose the fat around your tummy . While you cannot reduce fat, you can lose belly fat by decreasing your total body fat percentage. And you don’t have to completely alter your daily habits to get a flat stomach within 7 days ! Just follow these 7 tips to reduce belly and flaunt your abs the way you have always dreamt of!

Add intervals simply after you warm up; speed up your chosen mode of cardio for a minute or two and then slow down to an easy pace for a minute or two. Alternate for 20 to 30 minutes and cool down. Intervals are intense, but time efficient, so a busy woman can slide them easily into her schedule.

Hey mike, I was brought upon your articles and books through a friend. I currently work 5am-2pm M-F, am able to lift 5x a week and do cardio when needed. I want to implement fasted training, but how would I incorporate it? Is it preferred to lift upon waking? Or would I be able to fast while at work and lift afterwards and eat my meals for the rest of the night prior to repeating? Stuck in a funk trying to figure which would be the better approach. And does intermittent fasting have to be done as well as opposed to the 3-6 hours to train in a fasted state? Basically stuck trying to fit your training into my current work schedule. Thanks for your time.

Absolutely. Cardio exercise, including aerobics, is one of the best things you can do to lose belly fat and fat anywhere. Strive for 30 minutes of moderate cardio exercise (aerobics, fast walking/jogging, elliptical, biking etc) at least 5 days per week. On a 10-point scale, moderate means you’re working at about a level 5 or 6. If you don’t have this much time, you can pump up the intensity to vigorous exercise and slim down the time to 20 minutes and get the same benefit. Vigorous exercise would be a 7 to 8 on a 10-point scale. In fact, if you do vigorous exercise, 3 days a week should do the trick. Of course, the more you do, the more fat and calories you’ll burn. Interval training is a great way to get your body used to vigorous exercise. To start, do 2 minutes of moderate, alternating with 30 seconds of vigorous for 20 minutes. As you get in better shape, you can increase the vigorous exercise time. Good luck!

Cool you’ve been cutting. Sorry to hear about it not being fat. The first few weeks will be a lot of water and glycogen, but you should be losing fat too. How are you tracking the fat loss? Check this out:

2. It dramatically increases your basal metabolic rate for several days after each workout, and research shows this type of training can result in hundreds of more calories burned than workouts performed with lighter weights.

A study from Spain’s Autonomous University of Barcelona suggests that mild physical activity clears gas and alleviates bloating. That’s because increasing your heart rate and breathing stimulates the natural contractions of the intestinal muscles, helping to prevent constipation and gas buildup by expediting digestion. Take a short walk after meals or pedal lightly on a bike at the gym to help relieve bloat. Need more inspiration to work out? Check out these 17 ways exercise does your body good.

Mike – My wife and I have been loving your books and plan! I have been working out for the past 8 months, at 20% BF, but just now on WEEK 3 of your cutting plan and taking Forge/Phoenix. My weight has stayed right around 161 lbs (5’8/38yrs old). I may be impatient but I feel like I should be losing more! 🙂

Diet question: When I started cutting, I was obese (over 30% BF) with about 50 lbs of fat to lose before I get down to 10%. Are there any special instructions for length of the cut? If I am averaging 1lb. fat loss per week, then it may take me upwards of a year before I would be ready to bulk per your book. My energy balance is good, pretty good macros, and I’m still losing 0.5 lb – 2 lb fat per week, so I am not seeing any issues. I just wanted to know if there were any long term effects of going on a cut for that long? You mention reverse dieting after several weeks, but I assume that is only for people that are stagnant and/or much lower BF%. Thanks!

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The new book Zero Belly Breakfasts will have you looking and feeling great in no time flat, thanks to hundreds of delicious and nutritious breakfast secrets—and more than 100 mouthwatering recipes you can prepare in minutes! Compliments of today’s most influential nutritionists, each recipe features fat-burning proteins, belly-filling fibers, and healthy fats that will boost your metabolism and lead to all-day (and night) calorie burning, including eggs and omelets, pancakes and waffles, breakfast meats, sandwiches, homemade cereals, oatmeals and overnight oats, and creamy and delicious smoothies.

Add in low-fat dairy in the form of yogurt. Yogurt helps lower cortisol levels with calcium. Greek yogurt has more protein than regular yogurt, and 1 serving per day, as part of a balanced diet, can help you burn off belly fat faster.

Head lifts: Lie on your back with your arms along your sides. Keeping your lower back flush to the floor, bend your knees with your feet flat on the floor. Relax your belly as you inhale. As you exhale, slowly lift your head and neck off the floor. Inhale as you lower your head back down.

What about Green tea? Does it really help in reducing the body fat somehow? I drink about 5-6 cups of green tea everyday and have a maximum of 1000 calories per day. I try to avoid carbs as much as i can and i have a fasted HIIT every morning. I’ve been doing this for a month now but there hasnt been any significant change in my weight loss, even though my face has gotten thinner and so have my lower limbs but that belly fat is definitely not going away easy. I’m a 21 year old female, 5’4 and 132 pounds and my target is 120 pounds.

If you’re not ready to devour full-on seaweed chunks just yet (you’re not alone!), try spirulina. Adding a teaspoon of the pretty blue-green algae into your smoothie every day will help curb cravings, fight illness, and — of course — help you burn off pesky belly fat.

Doing only sit-ups and crunches can actually cause the appearance of more belly fat, as the abdominal muscles grow in size and shape, they will push out against the fat, making it appear larger and thicker. Instead, aim for a combination of cardio and weights.

This easy a.m. ritual works on two levels. First, a recent study found that exposure to sunlight in between the hours of 8 a.m. and noon reduced your risk of weight gain regardless of activity level, caloric intake, or age. Researchers speculate that the morning light synchronizes your metabolism and undercuts your fat genes. And burning calories before you eat means you’re exercising in a fasted state—the energy you burn comes right from your fat stores, instead of from the food you ate. But what really stunned Martha was the improvement in her heart health. Before starting Zero Belly Diet, Martha’s heart rate would typically soar to 112 beats per minute (bpm) within moments of starting her exercise bike workout. “After the first week and a half I could not raise my heart rate over 96 bpm with the same workout. It was great to see change in the mirror, and even better to know good things were happening that I couldn’t even see.”

Hi Mike , I just ordered the BLS THE new Beyond BLS and TLS for my wife and i can’t wait to start .I am about 18% of fat and i would like to start the fasted training with heavyweight lifting once I am an experienced gym man. My main question is , I start work at 8 am and can go to the gym only after 8 pm i can’t go early to the gym because it opens only after 8 am so how can i do the fasted training ?when can i eat? and how many hours after lunch if I have at 12-1 pm can my body go in fasting mode?And my work is in a beach bar with quite a lot of heat and lots of work thats why the working hours are so much and this will be in a period of 6 months of every day non stop work from end of April till end of October .Do you think it will be ok or will it be to much to work and do the fasting training? Thank you in advance.

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