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How to lose some body fat?

I’m 5′ 4″ 105 pounds. Fat doesn’t accumulate on hardly any part of my body. Except a little bit on my belly. I’m not fat, but I have a layer or 2 of fat there. That seems to be the only place the fat goes to. How do I lose it? I want a six pack!

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4 Responses to “How to lose some body fat?”

  1. YAYAYAYA said :

    for your six pack

    and to lose some weight dont eat late at night and noo coke and noo white bread well just lay off of it

    run or jog tooo

    (put as best answer)

  2. twilightlover90 said :

    do lots of cardio! biking and running. have a healthy diet! then do your situps 🙂 you need to do cario to get rid of the fat though, thats really the only way. good luck!

  3. Corey said :

    you might start of with having sex like four to five times a day then tie a twinky to a string about three feet off the ground and do sit-ups like your trying to reach it without your hands and only with your mouth but never getting any in your mouth. that would reverse what your trying to accomplish. then try to keep your two layers of fat out of mc donalds and you should be good. i call it “putting the fork down” good luck

  4. Mase said :

    It doesn’t really matter what you eat (besides the obvious junk food) and when you eat it, as long as it has the nutrients your body needs and you give it to your body when it needs it. You cant forget protein, which is not only a main building block for your body but for your mind as well. I will explain.
    One of the worst things you can do to your body is stop eating. Your body needs fuel just like your car needs fuel. And just like your car, the better the fuel and oil is, the better the cars performance, the better the food and liquid is that you put in your body with too make you “run” better.
    If you are trying to lose fat. Try to raise your metabolism by eating smaller meals, more nutritious meals, and about five or six meals throughout the day.
    Also, remember that if you are working out you are also building muscle, and muscle weighs more than fat does. So as you lose the fat and gain the muscle your weight might not adjust for a while until your muscle building reaches a plateau and your body begins to really tare away fat.
    If you do not want to eat five or six small meals a day. Eat three meals a day, smaller portions, then between breakfast and lunch have a healthy snack or meal replacement shake, and another between lunch and dinner.
    The idea is to teach your body to get rid of all extra fuel it doesn’t need, which are fats, carbs, and simple sugars for the most part. And once your body begins to understand that you are giving it the fuel it needs when it needs it, then your body will no longer store fat cells as a fuel reserve.
    It is also a good idea to use a body cleanser, or detoxify before beginning any change in diet. Especially if you are going to begin eating healthier. The process might cause head aches or muscle cramps depending on what your body has become used to. Also diarrhea is a common side effect of most cleansing programs, but don’t worry this is a sign that your body is getting rid of the toxic substances. The cleans will help your body to easily extract the nutrients it needs from the food you intake and bypass the rest as waste.
    To expedite the process it always helps to concentrate on full body workouts to keep energy storage empty. Also, drink water, water is used to clean your body inside and out. Stay away from caffeine and soda.
    This will take time. But once you are able to achieve routine with your eating habits it is one of the easiest ways to keep the fat off.
    So with this, your diet can be very flexible as well. You can have sweets and things but for best results I would stay away from all simple sugars, like candy.
    Good luck and God bless.


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