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You always have time to exercise. Twenty minutes of physical activity each day will help (just make sure you take five minutes to warm up and stretch). I learned from my PE teacher that you can always find 30 minutes to get a good workout in. Also, in school you should be careful what you eat on your lunch break.

For example, dangerous visceral fat — the type of deep fat that tends to accumulate near your belly, surrounding your vital organs — raises the risk for serious conditions, including heart disease, diabetes and many others. According to a report published in the Lancet, as of 2005, globally “Excess body weight was the sixth most important risk factor contributing to the overall burden of disease worldwide.” (1) The World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that in 2005 approximately 1.6 billion people worldwide were overweight and that at least 400 million adults were obese.

Hi Mike, im just starting my weight loss journey. Interested in knowing where to start with my home gym i acquired through a friend. Its just a basic one. I am 96kg and need to lose weight…..BMI says i should be about 75kg but i would be a rake at that level. Any suggestions???

Having an active hobby — and if you don’t already have one, developing one — is important. Get engaged in some kind of sport, whether it’s a group activity or something you can do alone. Essentially, if an activity is pleasant to you, you’ll continue to do it.

I was wondering if I should keep on cutting or start bulking to increase my muscle mass and shred the fat afterwards (which should in theory reduce overall body fat ratio if done correctly)? I read your article on best way to gain muscle. The limit you set there for bulking was 15% body fat. Could you please tell me which way I should go?

An excellent book (covering all the above in detail) that takes you by the hand and shows you how to lose stomach fat in a simple step-by-step way is the Belly Fat Blast by Anna Wright and Dennis E. Bradford, Ph.D. (Paperback or Kindle, which you can borrow or buy from Amazon.) It also shows you how many carbohydrates to eat daily and explains why you won’t be hungry when you are eating those specific fats and those specific fat burning proteins from natural sources.

I work 3-11 am and eat (clean) during this time. I get home and nap until 4 pm then go to the gym around 5. I’m thinking if my last bit of food was at 10am ish then by the time 5pm rolled around I’d technically be fasted correct? Hard to find a routine around my work schedule but this is what I’m working with. Thanks for any tips.

No amount of pills or powders are going to get you there. It takes hard work, and it takes time. And this is another major reason why diets fail: people don’t want to go through the discomfort of it all.

When ads claim a “one trick” solution, remember that their main objective is to sell their product rather than to help you. Good marketing means one message, because it is hard to follow too many things at once. So they focus on one fad, and that tickles your curiosity and you click on the link to go their website.

hello thank you for the article. im 19 y old, 6 feet and about 195 lbs, and have a lot of belly fat about 100 cm waist , but pretty ok muscles overall arms shoulders etc. Ive been cutting for 3 weeks and lost weight but not any fat or belly fat, probably just water.. now i ate very very little carbs so i think that was the problem, i have now increased calories and carbs and im eating about 1500-1700 cals a day, my intake to maintain weight is about 3500 cals a day. Am i doing right, im doing hiit cardio every day how long will it take to see results on my waist and could i for example in about 6 weeks reach a flat belly/abs? thank you very much

A lack of sleep is often one of the most overlooked factors contributing to belly fat, and experts call getting good sleep an “important part of a obesity prevention approach.” (10) Want to find an easy secret for how to lose belly fat? Getting enough sleep helps regulate your stress hormones, controls your appetite better, gives you more energy for physical exercise, may help reduce cravings for sweets and tends to decrease emotional eating.

than a year now. I started out by doing just pure cardio and I lost around 12pounds in a span of 3 months. Since I wasn’t a big guy in the first place, I lost fat pretty much from every part of the body except my belly. And then my interest changed to lifting. So after 2-3 months of cardio, I basically just moved to lifting and fell in love with it. And since I had started lifting, I was eating good amount of food daily to keep my protein intake high. It’s been a year now since I have been lifting. I am getting good muscular shape in every part of the body except my belly. My belly is still the same size as it was one year ago. I just don’t know how to get rid of it. I want to get ripped and have a

Spot reduction still doesn’t exist, so Squats & Deadlifts won’t burn your belly fat directly. However they’ll strengthen your abs and lower your waist size. If you never did both exercises, check StrongLifts 5×5. Only takes 3x45mins/week.

Alcohol contains a very high amount of ’empty’ calories, which don’t have any nutritional value. Women are more likely to store the fat created by surplus calories on their hips, thighs and arms, men store it on their tummy, hence the ‘beer belly’. 

The 3-day split and cardio 3 days a week works. You could also do the 5-day split with 3 days of cardio. You’d just have a couple days where you’d do both weightlifting and cardio. The cardio could be done right after the weightlifting.

Focus on eating real foods, especially veggies, when you’re trying to lose belly fat. This will help not only get rid of the unwanted visceral fat but also give your body the vital nutrients it needs to function properly. Believe me, you’ll feel and see the difference when you make the switch from fake foods to healthy real foods.

While i do see that i have lost weight from 142 lbs to 136 lbs and my other parts of the body shaping up, i do not see the stubborn fat around my belly going away.. I workout for about 6 days a week which includes 1 day of 30 mins HIIT. Please suggest if this plan that i am following is sufficient or i need to do anything more ?

If you want to lose fat as quickly as possible without sacrificing your health or sanity, lift weights 4 to 5 times per week for 45 to 60 minutes per session, and do 3 to 4 20 to 25-minute HIIT cardio workouts.

Sugar is really bad for you. And you especially want to avoid added sugar when you trying to lose belly fat – even hidden sources of sugar like sweetened dairy, juices or packaged snacks made with grains.

Hi, am 40 years old and about 5’4 in height and currently weight about 136 lbs. For the past few 3 months i am on a high protein diet. ( 4 egg whites in the morning, 1 cup of coffee ), lunch is 1 small cup of rice with veggies, coffee at 5 pm then i do my work out for about 1 hour on an average – lift heavy weights. Post work out by 7 PM i take about 2 scoops of whey protein followed by dinner at around 8 PM ( Mostly boiled egg whites -4 and some veggies ).

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