How do I get rid of excess fat after/during weight loss?

Please guys give me tips on how I lose excess fat…
I’m a guy, 18 years old
the excess fat is mainly on the stomach region

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5 Responses to “How do I get rid of excess fat after/during weight loss?”

  1. ? said:

    The best thing you can do is cardio. Try running, biking, swimming, anything that gets your heart rate up for 45 mins to 1 hour. Also, make sure you do some strength because that continues to burn calories for longer than just cardio. Cut out some carbs too! Make sure you eat lots of protein and drink mostly water. (try to cut out all other drinks other than water) Don’t focus on only one muscle group. Work on them all. Do cardio for 3-5 times a week. Hope this helps 🙂

  2. Jeremiah Cooke said:

    A friend has been using this program for about 2 months now and it is working very well for her, Maybe it’s what you are looking for.

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    If you are lost as i was, some times it’s staring you in the face.
    The one thing i lacked was believe in myself.
    Believe in yourself think happy thoughts.
    This worked for me and i haven’t look back.

    Think lucky and you will be lucky.

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  5. Gauge Stuart said:

    Hi, you need 3 things for effective weight loss and these are :
    1. Well balanced diet.
    2. Any physical activity that gets your heart pumping faster than normal.
    3. Correct mental attitude.
    With these 3 together you basically guarantee yourself the results you seek.

    The most important factor is diet, or a better word would be nutrition.In fact, to lose weight is 70% diet and 30% exercise. Its quite simple actually – burn more calories than you consume.Just burn that mantra into your brain. Write it down and stick it wherever you can see it.
    You don’t have to be strict or rigid and deny yourself the foods you love, just eat less of the ‘bad’ foods and more of the nutritious stuff. Moderation is the key, as it is for most things in life.

    Regarding exercise, the best system is interval training. this is short but intense bursts of activity. An example is walking, then running, then walking again, with no rest in between. This the best because it works by continuing to burn fat and build muscle even when you are at rest, more than any other system. Another reason is that it won’t allow the weight to return, which is the most important element of any successful weight loss system.

    For your thighs use squats,lunges,reverse lunges. For your belly DO NOT use crunches or sit ups. Let me repeat that, no crunches or sit ups. All they are good for is a bad back! Use exercises like the plank and side plank, as well as the superman press up. Take the usual press up position and run your hands forward as far as you can, like Superman flying. Pull your abs in tight( like your belly button meeting your spine) and do a press up. Concentrate on your abs. You won’t be able to do many of them and you will feel a burn in your abs like no crunch or sit up can give you!

    Another great abs exercise is to stand relaxed, hands at your side. Breath in through your nose and at the same time pull your abs in tight (as with the superman press up, should feel like your belly button meeting your spine). Hold for as long as you can, breath out. Repeat and work towards 8 time in all.Try and do it 2 to 3 times a day. Do this everyday and not only will you have super abs, your back will be strengthened as well and you will feel very relaxed and calm.Trust me, this is a brilliant and not very well known exercise for your abs, back and overall wellness. Also you can do it anywhere and anytime.

    Remember, whatever exercises you choose, and whatever you decide to do, don’t expect miracles, just be consistent and disciplined and apply the 3 elements mentioned above and you WILL succeed and see the desired results.




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