How to loose “excess” stomach fat?

Okay… I’m a freshman in high school, but like five nine/ten- pretty tall for a girl. Our dance competition team decided to wear a two piece outfit. So, I’m not considered fat, but I do have like a stomach pooch plus a little extra lovehandle-ish thing, haha. My “question” is really just for advice on how to loose that… quickly, preferably. I heard that cardio helps loose weight all around & then do just ab work on the side- does this work? I also read somewhere that a flatter stomach starts in the kitchen? So really, what works for exercising & a packed school lunch (cold lunch)? thanks in advance 😉

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4 Responses to “How to loose “excess” stomach fat?”

  1. Jessica said:

    Running. Go running a lot it really works. And don’t eat passed 7pm.

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  3. Jessica Noelle' said:

    Its not hard especially at your age to do it. If you are dedicated you can do it!! Really! Try to cut down on the filling junk food by… all of it. Double your fruits and veggies… and try lean meats like turkey and fish lean red meat sparingly. Eat breakfast everyday DONT SKIP MEALS, thats the worst thing to do. Your body goes into starvation mode after a while and you don’t loose a thing. Try to eat 4-6 meals a day. b-fast, snack, lunch, snack, dinner, snack.. it will get your metabolism going great. sorry this is long i love health questions. Drink green tea also everyday. It detoxifies and helps your appetite.

    diet is number one… exercise is second but very very important. I suggest you start counting calories. I do it everyday and i dont need to loose weight.

  4. Rose . said:

    Hi dear,
    follow these guidelines to get rid of belly fat
    – Start exercising. Getting a flat stomach involves losing belly fat. To achieve this, start a workout routine. If possible, exercise for at least 30 minutes a day. If this isn’t possible, strive to exercise for at least 90 minutes a week – running, power walking, swimming or biking.
    – Strengthen the core muscles. In conjunction with losing belly fat, choose workouts that exercise the core muscles. Effective workouts include dancing, pilates, crunches, and knee and leg lifts. For the best result, keep your abdominal muscles tight during core workouts.
    – Improve your diet. Bad eating habits can impede weight loss efforts. Eliminate fatty foods and sugary foods from your diet. Choose lean meats, fresh fruits and vegetables, and eat no more than 130 grams of carbs a day.
    – Eliminate alcoholic beverages from your diet. Drinking more than two alcoholic beverages a day can raise cortisol levels in the body and decrease the metabolism. Cortisol increases hunger, and a slower metabolism makes it harder to burn fat and calories – especially in the abdomen.
    – Drink plenty of water. Water flushes excess sodium and fluids from your body, which can help you achieve a flat stomach. Additionally, drinking water fills your stomach quicker, and you’re less likely to overeat.
    – Control stress. Being stressed or feeling anxious can also release high levels of cortisol. In addition to increasing appetite, this hormone redistributes fat to the abdomen. Learn how to control or reduce stress. Practice breathing exercises, workout or get a massage.
    – Reduce abdominal bloating. A low-fiber diet and certain foods can produce abdominal bloating. This prevents a flat stomach. Increase your fiber intake to fight bloating, and limit trigger foods such as beans, raw vegetables, lactose and starches. Take a digestive enzyme tablet to eliminate bloating.

    Good Luck

    :o)




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