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June 28, 2013, 01:42:32 PM
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I have been excercising for a while to lose wait now and eventually I've lost some weights. However the fat around my belly hasn't been burned. Please advice me what to do.
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June 28, 2013, 01:46:07 PM
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Run. It will take time, but running is the only way.
And have a proper diet
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June 28, 2013, 05:30:18 PM
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low carbs medium fats high proteins

stick with that. spread your meals into 5 thoughout the day. Have a casein protein at the end of the night before bed so your body doesn't go into a catabolic state where the insulin is spiked once you have your first meal

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June 28, 2013, 05:53:34 PM
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I have been excercising for a while to lose wait now and eventually I've lost some weights. However the fat around my belly hasn't been burned. Please advice me what to do.

Cut down on your food intake and exercise every chance you get in the day. Even when your on the computer keeping your feet or hands moving can help.

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June 28, 2013, 06:06:03 PM
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I have been excercising for a while to lose wait now and eventually I've lost some weights. However the fat around my belly hasn't been burned. Please advice me what to do.
What kind of excercising have you been doing?

Just be stubborn. Running, squash, rock climbing, boxing, healthy meals - all of it in moderation. Do not overexcercise. Ask yourself: what is a reasonable time frame to reduce the belly you've been putting on for years?

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You need to do cardio, cardio, and more cardio.  Building muscle is great but if your six pack is under 2" of fat you can't see it without a scalpel.  

When running (or any form of cadio) make sure you keep your hear rate in the fat burning range.  Initially you will want to use a heart rate monitor eventually you will just be able to feel when in the zone.  Running too fast, too hard will spike your heart rate out of the zone.  At that work level your body can't efficiently burn fat and still provide the needed energy so it switches to only burning blood sugar.  So instead you will want to run slower/easier for longer periods of time.    If you are going to run remember running is destructive to the body (literally components are damaged, degraded) so you need off days.  Initially I would say run no more than 3 days a week and eventually you can bump that up to 4 or 5.  

TL/DR version:
If your goal is to lose fat you need to focus on cardioand keep your heart rate in the fat burning zone.  Once you burn off enough fat switch to a more varied work out regiment.  
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June 28, 2013, 06:13:42 PM
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Belly fat is the fat that goes the last. But training with weights and cardio + diet is the way to go - look for bodyforlife for example. There are numerous resources online. This is not impossible, but it is hard - that's why you see few people do it.

There are however many sports where the effects of the sport gives the results you're after: Gymnastics, rock-climbing and so on.
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June 28, 2013, 06:18:35 PM
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It's also important to take into consideration that running is not the best option for everyone. Cycling, swimming and rowing might be better options for some. The reason being that if you start running right off the bat, and your body is heavy, and perhaps you're not used to training, you very easily create more problems like chronic inflamation in the shin etc.

Walking uphill is also a great activity. But also watching the diet, avoiding sugary stuff is a good way to go about it.

You need to do cardio, cardio, and more cardio.  Building muscle is great but if your six pack is under 2" of fat you can't see it without a scalpel. 

When running max sure you keep your hear rate in the fat burning range.  Initially you will want to use a heart rate monitor eventually you will just be able to feel when in the zone.  Running too fast, too hard will spike your heart rate out of the zone.  At that work level your body can't efficiently burn fat and still provide the needed energy so it switches to only burning blood sugar. 

TL/DR version:
If you are trying to lose fat (as opposed to gain strength, definition, muscle mass, etc) you need to focus on cardio and keep your heart rate in the fat burning zone.  Once you burn off enough fat switch to a more varied work out regiment.
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June 29, 2013, 09:42:50 AM
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Burn more calories than you consume.

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June 29, 2013, 10:43:51 AM
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Eat properly. I don't know if you're a man or women. I haven't really checked the posts. But, you should look at the recommend kcal in take for each man & women every day. Depending on you're gender is the amount you can take in. But, a good way to start without looking at that is to cut down on the stuff you eat now. If you drink a 2 litres of coca cola everyday then only drink 1 litre or just drink water.

There's a lot of information on dieting which will help you lose a few extra pounds. But, exercise is the best. However, don't over do it. Especially if you have not been exercising. Take it slow. This week I have 3 weight sessions, and a 26 mile run. You could try sit ups, every morning & night. If you don't think you are doing it correctly then check youtube to see if you can find the exercise which you are doing. I wouldn't recommend buying dvds which show you how to do things. Because if you're really stuck then you can check youtube free of charge, except for internet obviously but looks like you have that covered lol.

But, take it easy. It doesn't happen quickly. Dieting is really hard. You will have really bad days which you get stressed because you aren't eating as much as you would normally. You have to be mentally strong and say to you're self that it's benefiting you in the long run. Being fit & active is much better. You find your self in a much more relaxed and happy mood. For me. I love to exercise because it gives me a adrenaline rush. Especially skiing & mountaineering.


Make a routine. Don't just make it up as you go along. Making a routine keeps you focused and wanting to achieve what you have planned. Record you're progress. You can use many apps on you're phone to monitor you're progress. For example Strava & map my run. You could also get a Garmin if you have the money. They are pretty decent, some issues but I would recommend them.

EDIT: I would recommend running, swimming & hiking. They are a great way to exercise. But, having a heart rate monitor is always great to make sure you are in that fat burning zone. I know someone mentioned about training at high altitudes. Well you don't really have to do that yet. That's if you want to become fit. But, if you are carrying a stomach then it would make it much harder and will make you feel like giving up. I always get in the "Zone" or the "Flow" before doing any sort of activity because it helps me keep focused and determined.
Rowing & cycling are common. Cycling is easier on the knees than running and is also very good for the stomach area. Rowing is even better. As long as you can get the equipment then you are running rowing for gold.


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July 01, 2013, 05:29:02 PM
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Eat healthy and exercise .  simple
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July 02, 2013, 05:26:07 PM
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STOP EATING YOU FATTY MCFAT FAT

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July 02, 2013, 06:28:12 PM
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STOP EATING YOU FATTY MCFAT FAT
Cheesy

He's right though. Input vs output. Think less input, more output.
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July 02, 2013, 06:48:55 PM
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STOP EATING YOU FATTY MCFAT FAT
Cheesy

He's right though. Input vs output. Think less input, more output.

YEAH MORE POOPING LESS EATING!

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I have to admit that I have this also this is all good advice!


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Tabata sprints.
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Or this: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EYA7rvNniBU
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July 03, 2013, 05:12:50 PM
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I lost ~10 kg in 44 days on ketogenic diet with a little bit of exercise, some short distance running (which does not burn that much calories anyway)

Counted calories intake is a must. My primary food was meat, eggs, nuts and fish. No carbs, only some light vegetables time to time. And no sugar, only substitutes.
1 or 2 days I was forced to eat cake and candy stuff at some parties Smiley

There's also CKD diet for those who are much into sports, there you can have lot of carbs once a week.


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July 03, 2013, 05:16:20 PM
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... some short distance running (which does not burn that much calories anyway)

Tabata sprints. A.K.A HITT. High Intensity Interval Training. A ten minute workout ups your metabolism for 24 hours. It beats jogging ten fold. Causes your body to burn calories long after you stop the workout.
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... some short distance running (which does not burn that much calories anyway)

Tabata sprints. A.K.A HITT. High Intensity Interval Training. A ten minute workout ups your metabolism for 24 hours. It beats jogging ten fold. Causes your body to burn calories long after you stop the workout.
Thanks for the hype, it is good yes, but what you said doesn't make sense.
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... some short distance running (which does not burn that much calories anyway)

Tabata sprints. A.K.A HITT. High Intensity Interval Training. A ten minute workout ups your metabolism for 24 hours. It beats jogging ten fold. Causes your body to burn calories long after you stop the workout.
Thanks for the hype, it is good yes, but what you said doesn't make sense.

Oh? Is that so? Hype, eh? It doesn't make sense?

Towards the minimal amount of exercise for improving metabolic health: beneficial effects of reduced-exertion high-intensity interval training: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22124524

Metabolic adaptations to short-term high-intensity interval training: a little pain for a lot of gain?: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18362686

Evidence based exercise - clinical benefits of high intensity interval training: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23210120

A practical model of low-volume high-intensity interval training induces mitochondrial biogenesis in human skeletal muscle: potential mechanisms: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20100740

High-intensity interval training increases SIRT1 activity in human skeletal muscle: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20555380

An acute bout of high-intensity interval training increases the nuclear abundance of PGC-1α and activates mitochondrial biogenesis in human skeletal muscle: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21451146

Low-volume high-intensity interval training reduces hyperglycemia and increases muscle mitochondrial capacity in patients with type 2 diabetes: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21868679

The potential for high-intensity interval training to reduce cardiometabolic disease risk: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22587821

Impact of exercise intensity on body fatness and skeletal muscle metabolism: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/8028502

High-intensity aerobic interval training increases fat and carbohydrate metabolic capacities in human skeletal muscle: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19088769
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July 08, 2013, 03:27:46 AM
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Eat properly. I don't know if you're a man or women. I haven't really checked the posts. But, you should look at the recommend kcal in take for each man & women every day. Depending on you're gender is the amount you can take in. But, a good way to start without looking at that is to cut down on the stuff you eat now. If you drink a 2 litres of coca cola everyday then only drink 1 litre or just drink water.

There's a lot of information on dieting which will help you lose a few extra pounds. But, exercise is the best. However, don't over do it. Especially if you have not been exercising. Take it slow. This week I have 3 weight sessions, and a 26 mile run. You could try sit ups, every morning & night. If you don't think you are doing it correctly then check youtube to see if you can find the exercise which you are doing. I wouldn't recommend buying dvds which show you how to do things. Because if you're really stuck then you can check youtube free of charge, except for internet obviously but looks like you have that covered lol.

But, take it easy. It doesn't happen quickly. Dieting is really hard. You will have really bad days which you get stressed because you aren't eating as much as you would normally. You have to be mentally strong and say to you're self that it's benefiting you in the long run. Being fit & active is much better. You find your self in a much more relaxed and happy mood. For me. I love to exercise because it gives me a adrenaline rush. Especially skiing & mountaineering.


Make a routine. Don't just make it up as you go along. Making a routine keeps you focused and wanting to achieve what you have planned. Record you're progress. You can use many apps on you're phone to monitor you're progress. For example Strava & map my run. You could also get a Garmin if you have the money. They are pretty decent, some issues but I would recommend them.

EDIT: I would recommend running, swimming & hiking. They are a great way to exercise. But, having a heart rate monitor is always great to make sure you are in that fat burning zone. I know someone mentioned about training at high altitudes. Well you don't really have to do that yet. That's if you want to become fit. But, if you are carrying a stomach then it would make it much harder and will make you feel like giving up. I always get in the "Zone" or the "Flow" before doing any sort of activity because it helps me keep focused and determined.
Rowing & cycling are common. Cycling is easier on the knees than running and is also very good for the stomach area. Rowing is even better. As long as you can get the equipment then you are running rowing for gold.


Good luck!

Bingo! Welsh is on the money. Losing weight is not as difficult as people make it out to be, you just need to be sure you are burning more calories then you are putting into your body. Then you need to continue this for 6-8 weeks. Weight loss is not a race, it is a marathon (as depressing as that sounds).

There are two ways you can do this:
1) Do more excersise and increase how many calories you are burning on a daily basis
2) Eat less calories

Depending on how motivated you are, I would do a combination of both. It takes determination and it also takes self discipline, but once you are in routine and seeing results it will become much easier.

First, find your base metabolic rate. IE: How many calories your body burns on a daily basis doing nothing. Here is a BMR calculator.

Once you've got your BMR, use the Harris Benedict equation to figure out how many calories you need to eat to maintain your current figure. The Harris Benedict equation factors your excercise level to understand your requirements. You can find the equation here.

Lastly, once you have figured out your maintence, subtract 500 calories from it. I've found -500 calories to be the sweet spot. Subtract any more and you will eat into your muscle (not sure if this is a concern to you), subtract any less and I find the weight-loss to be very slow.

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I have been excercising for a while to lose wait now and eventually I've lost some weights. However the fat around my belly hasn't been burned. Please advice me what to do.

WORKOUT, DO NOT EAT, AND YOU WILL LOSE WEIGHT.
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... some short distance running (which does not burn that much calories anyway)

Tabata sprints. A.K.A HITT. High Intensity Interval Training. A ten minute workout ups your metabolism for 24 hours. It beats jogging ten fold. Causes your body to burn calories long after you stop the workout.
Thanks for the hype, it is good yes, but what you said doesn't make sense.

Oh? Is that so? Hype, eh? It doesn't make sense?

Towards the minimal amount of exercise for improving metabolic health: beneficial effects of reduced-exertion high-intensity interval training: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22124524

Metabolic adaptations to short-term high-intensity interval training: a little pain for a lot of gain?: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/18362686

Evidence based exercise - clinical benefits of high intensity interval training: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23210120

A practical model of low-volume high-intensity interval training induces mitochondrial biogenesis in human skeletal muscle: potential mechanisms: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20100740

High-intensity interval training increases SIRT1 activity in human skeletal muscle: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/20555380

An acute bout of high-intensity interval training increases the nuclear abundance of PGC-1α and activates mitochondrial biogenesis in human skeletal muscle: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21451146

Low-volume high-intensity interval training reduces hyperglycemia and increases muscle mitochondrial capacity in patients with type 2 diabetes: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/21868679

The potential for high-intensity interval training to reduce cardiometabolic disease risk: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/22587821

Impact of exercise intensity on body fatness and skeletal muscle metabolism: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/8028502

High-intensity aerobic interval training increases fat and carbohydrate metabolic capacities in human skeletal muscle: http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/19088769

hehe, I know. I wrote a paper about Tabata for my fitness class in college.
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I have been excercising for a while to lose wait now and eventually I've lost some weights. However the fat around my belly hasn't been burned. Please advice me what to do.

WORKOUT, DO NOT EAT, AND YOU WILL LOSE WEIGHT.


Worst advice ever given. It's not about fat loss, it's about a life-style change. You can't lose a certain amount of fat and then expect the same amount of fat to never return. It's not like building a concrete floor, that once it's done it will stay like that for ever.

To have a successful life-style change, you need to do something that you truly enjoy and like, if it's a chore, it's only a matter of time before you go back to old habits. But training and paying attention to what you eat is like everything else in life - sometimes it's boring, sometimes it's fun.

If you're a lazy person by nature, and lack discipline, starting a team sport or attending some kind of sports classes where you enjoy the activities could be a good idea.

If you're wealthy and can afford it, put your life-style change in the hands of a professional, he or she will aid you in learning better habits.

And remember that if you fail at one point, with a cheat meal, alcohol, or whatever - remember you're not a failure - just keep going the next day.

You should also ask yourself why you want to remove 'stubborn bodyfat' around the tummy. Are you doing it for yourself, or to 'look' good in the eyes of others primarily. If the last, I'm not sure if that's the right reasons why to do it. If you're thinking in terms of other dudes and how they look at you, most couldn't care less. If you're thinking about girls and attracting those, only a tiny percentage are obsessed with sixpacks, the rest will enjoy your company if you make them feel good. I've seen chubby dudes get the best and nicest girls, because they're humorous and know how to socialize.

The concerns about having a sixpack is mostly a media made 'ideal' that's hardly worth shooting for. There's a lot of things you can't enjoy in life if you're going for that calvin klein underwear model look. Forget about alcohol, and carb-loaded meals.

But frankly, if you can make the habit of learning what foods are healthy and what are not, and make a decision every time you're about to put something into your mouth, and move more - you're getting there one step at a time.

But nothing beats a lifestyle of training and proper food. You should never starve yourself to lose bodyweight, but rather educate yourself. The book body-for-life is a great starting point for those who lack knowledge about these things. Just google it, and you'll find it. If you follow it to the letter, you'll get that body you're dreaming about. But remember that this is a never ending road, once you're satisfied with your results, you need to keep everything up, or else it will deteriorate as quickly as in less than a week.
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Hi Audrey,
To get rid of stubborn belly fat, exercise regularly and try to maintain your diet because diet is the main cause of increase the weight. Don't skip breakfast, take low carb food and drink more water in your daily routine.
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I'm going to say eating less carbs and doing more core based toning exercises.  The carbs should be the first thing to work on and then try and get in a routine of working out.  Results should show if you stick with it I suspect.
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Smoke weed
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Huh
Profit

He will get more fat.  Smiley

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 Several studies show that just by adding coconut oil to your diet, you can lose fat , especially the “dangerous” fat in the abdominal cavity. I try it myself for 1 month , I took 1 soon of coconut oil on empty stomach every morning and I stood away from sugar and bread;the result 1.6 inches disappear from my belly. You should try it!

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Wheat is really bad, but I love bread so that is tough.
Exercise...No Beer...Less sugar....Small amounts of meat.
TONS of veggies.

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It is not just about running blindly !

If you increase your metabolism, you increase the demand for calories resulting in feeling hungry and frustrated.

It is a balance between what you take (eat) and what you spend (activities).

Also, many recent studies suggest that short intensive exercises is way better than long cardio exercises.

It takes all your life to find the balance. It is not a matter of short time restrictive diet and some exercises.

Aiming for a healthy lifestyle is the key.
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go jogging, be more active
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I have been excercising for a while to lose wait now and eventually I've lost some weights. However the fat around my belly hasn't been burned. Please advice me what to do.

Do cardio 3-5 days a week, also make sure you get a good sweat out of it.

Ab exercises will help firm up the muscles, which will make it more apparent when you do end up losing the fat. Strengthening you're core is always a good thing, and it tends to make you feel better about yourself which leads to exercise and eating healthy being easier.

And ofcourse the obvious eat less / don't eat foods heavy in fat and sugar.

There really is no easy way to do it, when losing weight belly fat is some of the last to go.


Also everything this guy said is pretty accurate:
You need to do cardio, cardio, and more cardio.  Building muscle is great but if your six pack is under 2" of fat you can't see it without a scalpel.  

When running (or any form of cadio) make sure you keep your hear rate in the fat burning range.  Initially you will want to use a heart rate monitor eventually you will just be able to feel when in the zone.  Running too fast, too hard will spike your heart rate out of the zone.  At that work level your body can't efficiently burn fat and still provide the needed energy so it switches to only burning blood sugar.  So instead you will want to run slower/easier for longer periods of time.    If you are going to run remember running is destructive to the body (literally components are damaged, degraded) so you need off days.  Initially I would say run no more than 3 days a week and eventually you can bump that up to 4 or 5.  

TL/DR version:
If your goal is to lose fat you need to focus on cardioand keep your heart rate in the fat burning zone.  Once you burn off enough fat switch to a more varied work out regiment.  
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based on my own experience. eat everything organic(very expensive)  Tongue

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I have been excercising for a while to lose wait now and eventually I've lost some weights. However the fat around my belly hasn't been burned. Please advice me what to do.

You need to do a lot of cardio, and make sure your calorie intakes are less then what you can burn.
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Eat healthy uncooked vegetables and fruits for month.
Take plenty of water.
Bulk your stomach by eating water rich green vegetables.
DO cardio exercise morning and evening.
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You may want to look into juicing fruits and veggies and working out all together I get a real energy boost when I juice.  So it should be nice after a long workout..
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Stop eating 4 a week(only fruits) + exercise + strong alcohol

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sit up and squat is my secret for my killer abs Wink

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Stop taking red meat , do regular exercise and yoga

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Stop taking red meat , do regular exercise and yoga
Yoga won't really help you get rid of the belly fat. Running and a little, not hardcore, diet will do the job Smiley

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I lost a lot of weight in the recent years. Lifestyle change is inevitable. Avoid processed food. A raw food period (at least two weeks if you can't do it forever) cleanses the body (gets all the acid out), causes a change in metabolism, and raises sensitivity about which food is good for you and which is not.

Meat may be not as bad as some claim, but (especially cheap one) is loaded with pharmaceuticals which, you should be able to guess it, is intended to fatten the animal.

Exercise is very recommended of course, I swim or go to the gym almost every day.

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I've exercised with Jillian Michaels, her programm is really useful.

 
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I lost a lot of weight in the recent years. Lifestyle change is inevitable. Avoid processed food. A raw food period (at least two weeks if you can't do it forever) cleanses the body (gets all the acid out), causes a change in metabolism, and raises sensitivity about which food is good for you and which is not.

Meat may be not as bad as some claim, but (especially cheap one) is loaded with pharmaceuticals which, you should be able to guess it, is intended to fatten the animal.

Exercise is very recommended of course, I swim or go to the gym almost every day.

Interesting

By raw food u mean raw vegan diet or does that include some meats too

Organic food is v v expensive

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I mean raw vegan. Vegetables are not so expensive here in Europe (I heard though in the US a cucumber may cost more than a burger at McDonalds). You may be able grow your own food if you have a garden or a balcony.

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Ask Steven Seagal.  Smiley

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It's always the belly fat that is last to go. I've always been a skinny/normal fat level person but I still have belly fat. The only way to deal with it is through two combined methods: #1 - eat very healthy and #2 - do cardio-intensive workouts regularly. If you only do one, you probably won't see major change. People often forget that what you eat has a huge impact, to the point of even negating the gains of your working out.

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Two ways I seen it work fast, is getting a hula hoop and Eating right, and a have a water diet, and no bread and soda.

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Wheat is really bad, but I love bread so that is tough.
Exercise...No Beer...Less sugar....Small amounts of meat.
TONS of veggies.

Wheat is actually very good, in fact; on par with a lot of the 'superfood' grains you may hear about. It has nearly 4 times the fiber content of brown rice. Here's a comparison of wheat vs quinoa: https://www.google.ca/?gfe_rd=ctrl&ei=EI43U9PmHKrE8geN4oD4DQ&gws_rd=cr#q=wheat+vs+quinoa (Click on the arrow to expand the nutritional info) As you can see, it has a similar nutritional profile.

The problem is processed wheat is stripped of it's goodness. When they send wheat to the mill to make it into white flour, everything goes: the fiber, bran, germ, vitamins, nutrients, etc. They actually 'enrich' the flour afterwards by adding vitamins to it Angry

The thing I like with wheat is that it isn't marketed as a superfood, so it's relatively cheap. And you can make some delicious dishes with it too:



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Referring to the post above just wow wow indeed and also LOLS!
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I mean that was a very good lesson on how to lose weight

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March 30, 2014, 03:57:17 PM
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Most American I saw is fat. I think the Americans need a National Fitness Program like the Russians do. Or like the Koreans and Chinese do. Most Koreans and Chinese I saw is not fat.

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March 31, 2014, 02:38:35 PM
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Most American I saw is fat. I think the Americans need a National Fitness Program like the Russians do. Or like the Koreans and Chinese do. Most Koreans and Chinese I saw is not fat.

It's possible for anyone to take individual action if they really want - but since it's not in the US culture to stay fit, like it's in many parts of Asia, it demands a little bit extra motivation.

The key parts are:

1. Your mind. You must decide that you want a change and you must be commited to a lifestyle change.
2. Nutrition
3. Training

There are lots of guides online, and you could even buy a book like 'body for life' which would give you all you need without you having to do mountains of research.

But for health and fitness like everything else in life, if you are determined to succeed and determined to put in the hard work - you will succeed.

And hard work it is. If you're looking to get anything more than the 'health benefits', it's going to take a lot of dedication and hard work!

Lots of the time it's not going to be fun and/or pleasant.

But life quality will improve, and you will feel better.

Put little effort and commitment in, and you will receive little in return. This is a continuous journey where you will be rewarded for the work put in.

Many people look to get great results from little work - but that never happens. It's like becoming a decent programmer, if you pay others to do your homework, it will simply never happen.

I think the value of hard work and consistent effort and dedication is important to emphasize. Of course old fashioned hard work is not a good sell, that's why supplement companies profit from selling dreams. Take this protein powder, and you'll look like a bodybuilder in no time. Do this sixpack shortcut program and you will have a sixpack in 6 weeks time..

If a chiseled body is desired anybody wanting to do that should know it will take a lot of time and dedication, and it will probably become your number 1 priority in life. Everything you eat, and everything you do matters, to achieve the result you want to have. Doing something 70% is not going to give you any results.

And it's not like saving money in the bank. If you save 100 dollars every week and put in the bank, you will have 400 dollars by the end of every month, and 4800 by the end of the year, and if no further action is taken, those 4800 dollars will just stay there.

If you work hard for a year, you could get a nice sixpack, if that's your desire, it's perfectly doable, unless you're far out fat or in extraordinary horrible shape in which case it might never happen due to excessive skin on your body.

However, once that sixpack is achieved, it will vanish in about a week if you don't keep up the nutritional regime and training. It's not like a thing that you create or buy, and then you have it for ever.

It's a lifestyle, and it's hard - and that's why you see so few people in good shape. And it's not only about going to the gym, but also grocery shopping, preparing all the meals, and eating all the meals - actually professional fitness models have it as their full time job.

In addition most fitness models and bodybuilders you see, and want to be like, are chemically enhanced, often sacrificing their health in the process. So while they look healthy on the outside like a super hero, they might not be so healthy inside. Heart attacks and other health issues are not unheard of.

So the most sensible way to go about it, is to determine what kind of level you want to put it on, and what's important for you. If you eat relatively healthy and go to the gym for good workouts 3 times a week, that's enough to keep you in pretty decent shape. But remember moving the body outside the gym and work, like walking is important too.

Anyone very interested in the topic should join some training community online.

The stubborn body fat is also the part that goes last. These are the reserves nature has put on your body for hard times, and to have it go away, you need to use up all other reserves first.

So the answer to have it removed is to keep up very vigorous exercise and a good healthy diet regime. Of course there's shortcuts here as well, where you can take fat burners (I'm sure some steroid forum could help you out), and you can eat virtually anything and get that sixpack you crave, but if you think of it long term, it's a bit like adding some suspicious agent to the gasoline of your car, it might go better and faster for a while, but eventually things will clog up, and you will run into problems, and in difference to the car, the body cannot simply be fixed unless you have shitloads of money and access to the best healthcare, and even then there's no guarantees, if you run your body too hard for long enough, it will give you trouble.

So stay healthy, go the old fashioned route, and enjoy all the benefits it will provide for you in your life.
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June 11, 2014, 09:28:35 PM
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It's not that difficult.

Abs exercise, cardio playing, and some fat burners.

Exercise is useful but don't take any fat burner. Try to follow the Mediterranean diet:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mediterranean_diet

Fruits and Vegetables: Mediterranean Diet provides 6-12 servings per day
Grain Products: Mediterranean Diet provides 4-6 servings per day
Milk and Alternatives: Mediterranean Diet provides 1-3 servings of low fat dairy products per day
Meat and Alternatives: Mediterranean Diet provides 1-2 servings of poultry, fish and shellfish per day
Other: Mediterranean Diet recommends one glass of red wine daily

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June 11, 2014, 09:35:02 PM
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Should be simple enough to put those people who advertise "lose weight quickly" products out of business. Some tips I heard include:

1) Burn more calories than you take in.
2) Drink lots of pure water.
3) Don't overdo it! Overdoing it can actually trigger mechanisms in your body that store fat.
4) Eat lots of fruits and vegetables and not much junk food.
5) Don't stress about it. Stress hormones can also trigger storing fat.
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June 11, 2014, 11:46:20 PM
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Stop eating McDonald.

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June 12, 2014, 12:11:17 AM
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You could try dancing, or running. Anything that exercises all of your body.
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June 12, 2014, 12:27:23 AM
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liposuction is the best method. Well there is risk tho..
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June 12, 2014, 01:36:26 AM
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1-2 tablespoons of coconut oil a day. It increases your metabolism and has a ton of other benefits as well.

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June 12, 2014, 06:07:26 AM
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a healthy diet with a a regular exercise can get rid of those fats in your belly sit up every morning is a good habit also stay away from too much carbs can give you a good curve plus sit up with a minimum 10 minutes can also achieve a yummy abs in your belly and a belly dancing also can melt away those extra fats but above them all sex is the best exercise  Grin
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June 12, 2014, 08:55:53 AM
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Exercise, watch them calaries

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June 12, 2014, 08:56:56 AM
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I have been excercising for a while to lose wait now and eventually I've lost some weights. However the fat around my belly hasn't been burned. Please advice me what to do.

So how did this turn out for Audrey did she lose weight yet?
Or did her goal not succeed.

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June 12, 2014, 09:30:27 AM
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I have been excercising for a while to lose wait now and eventually I've lost some weights. However the fat around my belly hasn't been burned. Please advice me what to do.

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June 12, 2014, 10:12:45 AM
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this just came in

http://www.latimes.com/science/la-sci-sn-immune-system-weight-loss-20140605-story.html

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When it comes to body fat, beige is the new brown

  • Scientists describe how white fat begins to behave more like brown fat. The "beige" fat burns more calories
  • A new approach to weight loss may harness the immune system, not the gut or the brain
  • Exposure to cold turns some white fat cells into high energy consumers. But the big chill may not be necessary

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June 12, 2014, 02:50:21 PM
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Exercise and change eating habit.


I have change my diet to oat meal and feeling much better after 2 weeks.
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June 12, 2014, 02:54:10 PM
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Stop alcohol completely..

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June 12, 2014, 03:11:40 PM
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Try this:



lol... now seriously, avoid these items if you want to lose weight:

1. Sugar
2. Coke / Pepsi
3. American Cheese
4. Fries
5. Red Meat
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June 12, 2014, 03:38:58 PM
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Drink half glass of water before taking lunch/dinner. it will reduce your appetite.

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June 12, 2014, 04:37:13 PM
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doing the hula hoop is great way to burn off fat, while ur on ur computer can set urself in a way where u can move ur waist round and round to burn off the fat as well.

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June 12, 2014, 06:27:28 PM
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Stay away from food with high carbon hydrate and sugar.
 
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June 13, 2014, 03:53:50 AM
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you should exercise more might be the best choice of fitness because there are many experienced instructor to resolve the problems in your belly fat lol


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June 13, 2014, 03:55:08 AM
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Try this:



lol... now seriously, avoid these items if you want to lose weight:

1. Sugar
2. Coke / Pepsi
3. American Cheese
4. Fries
5. Red Meat

hahahahah maybe the guy is stressed with his belly fat  Grin


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June 13, 2014, 04:35:54 AM
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Well, you can try running 2 hours a day, that should help. Dancing or any physical activity too. And remember to drink a lot of water and eat healthy.
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June 15, 2014, 05:03:34 PM
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low carbs medium fats high proteins

stick with that. spread your meals into 5 thoughout the day. Have a casein protein at the end of the night before bed so your body doesn't go into a catabolic state where the insulin is spiked once you have your first meal

good luck

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why bother. Leave your belly alone. Find other ways to attract chics. Cool
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