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Im 16 and im 5’3 i weight 130, how do i lose my belly fat fast?

Im 16 and im 5’3 i weight 130, how do i lose my belly fat fast? I would like to know if any of you know how to help me lose my belly fat fast, so i can get a six pack?

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7 Responses to “Im 16 and im 5’3 i weight 130, how do i lose my belly fat fast?”

  1. PARTHA R said :

    The easy solution is :

    1. Do brisk walking

    2. Try free hand exercises and stretching exercises

    3. Try skipping or spot jumping [ 100 jumps every time , daily ]

    4. Do not take any Cold Drinks [ even the sugar free variety available ]

    Above all ,please do everything regularly as a routine even after you shed extra weight.

  2. Kristenatorgator said :

    Cardio, crunches and lots of ’em. Push ups also help to form abs as long as you keep them tight the entire time. I find that as one of the easiest ways. I like push ups.

  3. verstile said :

    Use maximum fruits.Don’t eat anything made up of wheat for a year. lessen your fat. exercise hard. but make sure to take 2700 calories per day by means of fruits and other carbohydrates. Also make sure to burn more calories than to take.

  4. ny said :

    jogging is an excellent exercise because it let you lose weight
    evenly throughout your whole body. If you want to lose weight in
    specific areas, you should target them with exercises. If they are
    your problem areas, they will be very difficult to tone. You will have
    to work double on them. The best approach is this:
    1. Lower/control your daily calorie intake (control for normal
    weight, lower for overweight).
    2. Run/jog to lower your overall body fat percentage.
    3. Target your problem areas with exercises.
    an excellent exercise, you can do it in front of your TV: sit on a
    stool, and put your toes under something (piece of heavy furniture,
    for example). In your hands hold a little dumbbell. Please, make sure
    that it is not very heavy, start with one kilo, for example, or you
    will damage your back and spine! Slowly move the upper part of your
    body back, until it’s parallel with the ground. Stop for a second and
    move it back to the sitting position. Repeat ten times. Every week add
    to the number of repetitions. You will see the results in a week,
    guaranteed! You will see or feel under the fat – if you have any – six
    pack and muscles. Dumbbells do wonders. Much better than these
    crunches – I came up to three hundreds and there was no results AT
    ALL. With the dumbbells you will see it in a week.

  5. George Parker said :

    We can’t know because gave no clue as to what somatype or body type you are. You are so very close to your idea weight that it’s impossible to know what your genes are going to dictate. If you’re an endomorph and lean toward the heavy side, those last pounds of belly fat are going to be almost impossible to lose. However, if you’re an ectomorph and lean toward the skinny side, you may be able to do it.

    You should consider that those last few pounds may not go. We can’t just work hard and make our bodies do everything we want them to especially when we’re still growing and developing and working to maintain good health. But, if you are determined, here’s the deal.

    To lose fat you must burn more calories per day than you consume. That means dieting or exercise or both. If you want to lose fast, you would have to add an extra five mile walk per day every day to burn one pound per week (your numbers may vary depending on body type). I doubt you are that committed because you would have to continue doing near that indefinitely…even after you’ve lost the weight if you wanted to keep the pounds off and those abs showing.

    To help with the fat loss you should cut calories and that’s something you will have to be very careful about. Because you are still growing, it’s important to maintain a nutritious and varied diet. If you crash diet to shed pounds fast, you may starve yourself of nutrition which your body needs and slow your metabolism too. So, if you’re going to lose fat by dieting you will need to count calories and be very careful about what you eat.

    That’s what you’re probably going to have to do…walk about five miles per day every day and cut back on the calories and then see how your body reacts. It’s going to mean a lot of discipline and hard work and there are no guarantees. However, you will lose fat about as fast as possible.

    The alternative is to lose it somewhat slower and diet for life while maintaining a healthy but doable level of exercise. That way you’ll have to cut back on the calories slowly and, depending on how much you lose and how fast you lose it, you may opt to increase your exercise level. In general it is wise to diet to lose fat and to exercise for fitness.

    Because our bodies lose fat first from where they put it on last, you’ll probably find the ab fat will be the last to go. That will mean it will be very easy to put back on and you’ll have to continue to maintain almost the same calorie intake and exercise level it took to lose the fat to keep it off. In other words, it’s going to be a bitch and that’s why you see so few females with a sixer showing.

    You should also talk about you weight concern with your health care provider before you begin to make sure you have no special health considerations. Also, here are some websites which will help you along if you decide to try to shed those pounds.


    NIH – this is the Mother of all Health websites and comes to you from the US National Health Institute…the watchdogs of American’s health. It has a ton of high quality information for you. Use the search feature and then dig into the search results. If you don’t find what you want, try different key words. Some of the info is too technical for general consumption so keep looking and you’ll likely find what you want in a more easy-to-understand format. –>

    MEDLINEPLUS – This is the equivalent of the NIH’s “Health Info for Dummies”. It has easy to understand and palatable information. Try it and if it doesn’t give you the detail you want, try the NIH Home site above. –>

    YOUR FITNESS PAL – This is a good commercial website which will help you count your calories and keep track of your diet. It has some cool tools too. –>

    FOR KIDS & TEENS – This is a great website for kids and teens and their growing bodies and special considerations. If you’re still growing, check it out. –>

    NUTRITION DOT GOV – A great place to go for general nutrition info brought to you by the US government and the USDA, the watchdogs of the American food supply. –>

    MAYO ON MUSCLE – The renown Mayo Clinic has some excellent info for beginner and intermediate fitness trainees and well as an abundance of other excellent health related information and white papers. Here’s the link to strength training. –>

  6. Dr Frank said :

    Do you see the box near the top of the page?
    The one labelled ‘Search for questions: ‘?
    Well type in ‘lose weight’.
    You will find over 518,682 pre-existing questions.
    Try the misspellings ‘loose weight’ and there are another 119,033
    In all there are over 637,715 Health section questions requesting solutions to being or thinking you might be overweight.
    On average these each yield 6 answers, that is nearly 4 million answers.
    (Without searching for any other variations on the question!)

    I can usefully summarise these answers in 4 words:

    EAT LESS DO MORE. Are you desperate enough to try this???

  7. caylee said :

    you know, im 16 and weigh the same as you. but you know, its okay. weight doesnt mean anything, well let me rephrase… if you weigh 130, however you are toned and have alot of muscle, thats okay. i look at my friends all around 110 pounds, but you know they are so weak its horrible. A girl needs alitle muscle. you know muscle weighs more than fat? i would rather be 130 pounds toned than 110 pounds weak. thats how i look at it. What I do, I do abs everynight. Just simple crunchs and a mile run about two or three times a week. but make sure you start slow, run more often but a slower distance. then increase with time. do wall sits for as long as you can. I hope that helps, and rememver weight is just a number! Its the way you look in your jeans that counts:)


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