Aug 22, 2012 6:48 AM GMT
I keep getting banner ads popping up tempting me discover what this 'weird tip' is for reducing stomach fat. Has anyone actually tried it and would like to share?
Anocxu saidYou can reduce your belly fat strategically and cost effectively..
Watch your carb intake
Omit your late night eating habits
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All these things worked for me "Daddy" (oooh)...
Consider your ab routine a 360 degree workout..
My waist keeps getting smaller.. my glutes keep popping up and i'm close to a porn star stomach...
biguy1on1 saidIf you hear someone saying "target belly fat" they are lying to you. Don't waste your time. Biggest load of (insert dirty term here) I've ever heard.
DR2K saidHere's a tip my mother taught me that melts away the fat: Put down the fucking fork.
spacemagic saidKalteen bars. They're these weird Swedish nutrition bars my mom eats to lose weight. They burn up all your carbs.
Phoenix_Rising saidA no none-sense approach to body fat control:
Some of this might seem like a secret but it should be common sense;
If you really want to get ripped, you need to limit your calories
Phoenix_Rising saidand spread your food consumption more through out the day. ie eat smaller meals 5 to 6 times a day.
Phoenix_Rising saidAthletes typically workout 3 to 5 hours everyday if not longer and some can consume up to 3500 calories/day.
Phoenix_Rising said Also for everyone, and I mean everyone working out to build their bodies, you must take a multivitamin everyday. Part of the muscle building process utilizes key vitamins and minerals and if they aren't present in your diet, then your body can become catabolic and start eating the muscle size to accomplish the repairs of newly worked out muscles.
Phoenix_Rising saidAnother great supplement would be to start taking BCAA with all of your meal, its keeps the good amino acids (proteins) circulating in your blood.
Phoenix_Rising saidGet a weight scale if you don't already have one and weigh yourself every morning and right it down, date and weight. Then if you really want to work on your diet, keep a food log of what you ate and when and review it when you weigh yourself. Reflect what you ate, and how you can do better today.
Phoenix_Rising saidI have personally used the program and it works, and I've lost to date 55 lbs
KentuckyTuss saidIt's learning to speak Dutch. Something about those Dutch people... just melts away the fat. Poof.