Best ways for losing stomach fat??

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    Nov 20, 2012 3:16 AM GMT
    So many websites and people have various ways.
    In your experience or knowledge, what are best ways for getting rid of stomach fat?

  • Nov 20, 2012 3:46 AM GMT
    Eat less, work out more. Sorry, there is no such thing as spot reduction other than surgery. Some people are blessed with great metabolisms, but beyond that, you will have to work hard to maintain the diet/exercise balance.
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    Nov 20, 2012 3:47 AM GMT
    Cardio and eat paleo, drops off man!
  • Nico3687

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    Nov 20, 2012 3:49 AM GMT
    (1) Eat organic raw unprocessed vegan meals

    (2) Eat often (speeds up metabolism)

    (3) Cardio

    (4) Core strengthening exercises.
  • FireDoor211

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    Nov 20, 2012 3:52 AM GMT
    foosballwizard saidEat less, work out more. Sorry, there is no such thing as spot reduction other than surgery. Some people are blessed with great metabolisms, but beyond that, you will have to work hard to maintain the diet/exercise balance.


    I second this
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    Nov 20, 2012 3:53 AM GMT
    Not necessarily eating less but eating better. That's another whole can of worms, but at least keep track of the amounts of carbs, proteins, and fats. You might actually have to eat more in some cases.

    If that's not getting you results, you might need to get your testosterone checked.
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    Nov 20, 2012 3:55 AM GMT
    mindgarden saidNot necessarily eating less but eating better. That's another whole can of worms, but at least keep track of the amounts of carbs, proteins, and fats. You might actually have to eat more in some cases.

    If that's not getting you results, you might need to get your testosterone checked.


    +1
  • atlxc

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    Nov 20, 2012 4:10 AM GMT
    You should try some kind of Speed, seems to work miracles on some. Just don't let it become a vice.

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    Nov 20, 2012 4:18 AM GMT
    1) HIIT cardio training 4x/week.
    2) eat well, drink water
    3) sleep



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    Nov 20, 2012 4:26 AM GMT
    I've been wondering about the cardio part - what is best to burn away fat: running a much quicker pace for, say, 10 minutes before and after working out, or maybe running 30 minutes at a slower pace...does it not matter? When is best to eat carbs? I think I have a pretty fast metabolism because I eat pretty healthy and have to eat often or else I begin to quickly lose weight (a couple pounds overnight even), so I feel that I NEED to eat carbs. However, I feel like I still have a lil bit of stubborn belly fat.

    So when should I and should I not eat my carbs? Load up in the morning and then not so much in the afternoon/evening? Carbs before or after a workout? If it makes a difference, I usually work out around 8pm and my bedtime is around midnight...

    I hope some of these questions coincide with the OP.

    Thanks guys!
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    Nov 20, 2012 4:29 AM GMT
    cuerpoymente saidI've been wondering about the cardio part - what is best to burn away fat: running a much quicker pace for, say, 10 minutes before and after working out, or maybe running 30 minutes at a slower pace...does it not matter? When is best to eat carbs? I think I have a pretty fast metabolism because I eat pretty healthy and have to eat often or else I begin to quickly lose weight (a couple pounds overnight even), so I feel that I NEED to eat carbs. However, I feel like I still have a lil bit of stubborn belly fat.

    So when should I and should I not eat my carbs? Load up in the morning and then not so much in the afternoon/evening? Carbs before or after a workout? If it makes a difference, I usually work out around 8pm and my bedtime is around midnight...

    I hope some of these questions coincide with the OP.

    Thanks guys!
    slower pace. If you notice on a lot of the machines the "fat burner" setting keeps your heart rate lower than "cardio". Otherwise you burn lean muscle as well. Look at marathoners, they are lean with low bf but not big muscles. And eat very little carbs except for fruit AFTER you workout to fees the muscles
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    Nov 20, 2012 4:36 AM GMT
    CLA, L- Carnitine, go to GNC!!!
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    Nov 20, 2012 4:56 AM GMT
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    Nov 20, 2012 4:58 AM GMT
    BTW, I lost 70 lbs via healthier foods and a more active lifestyle.

    And used to be fatter than the guy in the picture above me.
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    Nov 20, 2012 4:59 AM GMT
    paulflexes saidBTW, I lost 70 lbs via healthier foods and a more active lifestyle.

    And used to be fatter than the guy in the picture above me.


    Right on!
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    Nov 20, 2012 5:00 AM GMT
    Eliminate wheat and other complex carbohydrates. Do cable work to strengthen your core and work off the visceral fat.
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    Nov 20, 2012 5:05 AM GMT
    paulflexes saidBTW, I lost 70 lbs via healthier foods and a more active lifestyle.

    And used to be fatter than the guy in the picture above me.


    That is fucking Awesome! Good Job! icon_biggrin.gif
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    Nov 20, 2012 7:50 AM GMT
    lipo
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    Nov 20, 2012 8:03 AM GMT
    breath in, then out and flex your stomach. Boom, 5 pounds off right there. Your muscles stretch the sub-q and your tightening stomach hides the viceral
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    Nov 20, 2012 8:12 AM GMT
    like runintehcity told me..

    RuninthecityJust train to run faster.


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    Nov 20, 2012 8:15 AM GMT
    So much conflicting information here. To keep it simple... (I'm a Registered Dietitian)

    To lose body fat:

    1. You need to be having less calories in than what you use and therefore creating an energy deficit. I would suggest seeing a dietitian to work out exactly how many calories you require a day (if you wanted that exact info).

    2. From this information you can then work out the ratio of carbs / good fats and protein that you need in grams per day. You should not be cutting out these food groups completely however some people will benefit from an overall reduction. Once again the ratio of each varies as everyone metabolises carbs / lipids differently..

    3. The timing of your intake should suit you exercise and lifestyle requirements. If you are strength training you want to have sufficient carbs pre and post workout as well as protein. Breakfast is also important to kickstart your metabolism and day. The rest of your meals and snacks should be well balanced in macronutrients, nutritious however not too energy dense.

    4. Combo of cardiovascular and resistance training with emphasis on cardio. Like previous posters have said, HIIT is the new research for fat loss. Resistance based helps to maintain muscle mass and having a healthy muscle mass helps with metabolism and therefore to "burn fat".

    5. Good water intake, eliminate processed foods and sugars. Adequate sleep and stress control. Be aware of hidden sources of calories such as alcohol, sauces etc.
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    Nov 20, 2012 11:15 AM GMT
    All what's been said above is valid and works.

    * If, however, you're a homebody, just fall in love. Palpitations at the thought/sight/smell/touch of him increase heart rate. Increased heart rate boosts metabolism. Boosted metabolism burns fat.

    * Are you punctual and give yourself a 30-minute head-start? It's causing you fat accumulation. So, leave 5-10 minutes before an appointment. You'll arrive panting, but your bloodstream will be releasing more fat than Oprah's spanx.

    * Are you a happy-go-lucky, whistle-as-wind-blows-on-my-face type of walker? Forget it! Get paranoid. Run errands like a killer is chasing you. Or a clown. A bride your mom's chosen for you? Or the potential fetuses your towel absorbed.

    * Good-for-baby-bearing fat aside, girls have toned cores; their legs are often in the air while their chests and navels meet. They're so loud, their abs sculpt from vocal pressure. They also squat a lot. Pick one and do lots of it.

    Et voilĂ .
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    Nov 20, 2012 11:36 AM GMT
    paulflexes saidmale_lipo2.jpg


    Lipo bellybutton sort of fucked up...all for the loss of seven pounds...icon_neutral.gif
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    Nov 20, 2012 1:55 PM GMT
    cuerpoymente saidI've been wondering about the cardio part - what is best to burn away fat: running a much quicker pace for, say, 10 minutes before and after working out, or maybe running 30 minutes at a slower pace...does it not matter? When is best to eat carbs? I think I have a pretty fast metabolism because I eat pretty healthy and have to eat often or else I begin to quickly lose weight (a couple pounds overnight even), so I feel that I NEED to eat carbs. However, I feel like I still have a lil bit of stubborn belly fat.

    So when should I and should I not eat my carbs? Load up in the morning and then not so much in the afternoon/evening? Carbs before or after a workout? If it makes a difference, I usually work out around 8pm and my bedtime is around midnight...

    I hope some of these questions coincide with the OP.

    Thanks guys!


    cardio:

    HIIT : high intensity interval training

    3min warm up, then do:
    10x : 15sec sprint followed by 60 sec low-intensity exercice or rest
    3min to cooldown

    Interval training don't take forever (it's around 20min) and are really good for fat burning, try it out!


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    Nov 20, 2012 3:14 PM GMT
    turbobilly said
    paulflexes saidmale_lipo2.jpg


    Lipo bellybutton sort of fucked up...all for the loss of seven pounds...icon_neutral.gif


    No kidding. Seven pounds can be easily lost in two months. What a waste of money.