If you're reading this note that Sean91 said...
"have thin arms ( 5.5" wrist and a 9" bicep) and then muscular legs because i walk alot (gays and their shopping). but i store all my fat on my belly like some old man... so annoying.
Ima try and eat better, and do some running and some other bits.
thanks for the reply"
Sean, I have a 19 inch arm (your arm isn't just your bicep, but 2/3 of the mass is in your tricep). I'm 5'5". Yes, I'm bigger than you, but, understand, your arm is 10 INCHES smaller than mine. That's very, very, very small, Sean. I'm not trying to pick on you, but, you're deluded a bit here.
The reason you are fat around your mid section is the famine syndrome, along with lack of activity. Ever look at pictures of a starving person? They get distended bellies, Sean. It's call the famine syndrome, and is why fat people struggle in diets. They don't eat, and they train their bodies (as you are likely doing) how to be slow, slow, slow, fat storing machines for the impending famine.
If you INCREASE your activity, bring your calories UP to support that activity, lift weights, increase your lean muscle mass...you'll get leaner and weigh considerably more.
You can't get busy, strong, and lean if you don't eat. Starvation is what is giving you that look you have. Your body goes at a crawl, storing fat for the next famine.
Lean muscle mass (caused by resistance training) is the ONLY thing that will increase your base metabolism AS YOU GROW OLDER. The more muscle you carry, the easier it will be to stay lean.