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There is NO WAY to target a specific area of the body to lose fat. Just keep losing weight and keeping protein up (this helps to prevent muscle lost, as body will start burning muscle) and eventually the body will target your gut, BUT THERE IS NOTHING YOU CAN DO TO FORCE THAT TO HAPPEN. Unfortunately, the gut is one is one of the last places to start losing fat for men.



It's the hardest place to trim. Start with the basics, eat healthily, work out. There's a great app called "Six Pack in 30 Days" too, have a look at that! Some great exercises there.



Nogamez said:
Cardio is the only way to shift fat. You cant target fat, but what you can do is hit the ab workouts after cardio, this wont target belly fat, but will tone stomach muscles, combined with cardio and you will start to see abs. Add in squats to develope your thighs.

Actually not, and without good workout for muscle gain it can make you lose muscle together or more than fat.

dx11332sega said:

Waist circumerefence is not waistline , Its belly button area all around , my waistline (below waist circumference)waistline pants is 28 x 30 , even a teenage sailor school girl skirt zips up no trouble waist line for the ultra skinny teener that is 14 years old (while waist circumference is gut]

Anyway you want to call I have lost average 38" on the waist because it was in the region as a whole, I have left only a very small pocket of fat uneven.



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DonFerrari said:
Nogamez said:
Cardio is the only way to shift fat. You cant target fat, but what you can do is hit the ab workouts after cardio, this wont target belly fat, but will tone stomach muscles, combined with cardio and you will start to see abs. Add in squats to develope your thighs.

Actually not, and without good workout for muscle gain it can make you lose muscle together or more than fat.

dx11332sega said:

Waist circumerefence is not waistline , Its belly button area all around , my waistline (below waist circumference)waistline pants is 28 x 30 , even a teenage sailor school girl skirt zips up no trouble waist line for the ultra skinny teener that is 14 years old (while waist circumference is gut]

Anyway you want to call I have lost average 38" on the waist because it was in the region as a whole, I have left only a very small pocket of fat uneven.

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same situation... 5'2" 133 lbs right now... my normal was 125 lbs :O

need to be back to my normal by april T_T



 

dx11332sega said:

I need advice I'm 155lbs and I still have belly fat though waist circumference is 36 and a 1/2 but I lose fat in other places but, little bit on my belly , I walk every morning 30 minutes but my poor fat thighs are getting skinnier and I love my thighs :P so I need a new exercise routine that loses belly without affecting everything else , Thank you :)

100 sit-ups every day, but if you're not used to doing these don't do 100 the first day. Get there gradually.

I'd say start by 20 sit-ups the first few days, it will be hard and hurt but after a few days your body will start getting used to that and you can upgrade to 30, then 50 and eventually 100 every day. At that point you don't have to do 100 in one session, do 50 then rest 5 minutes and do 50 more.

Also avoid eating fatty food and drink clear water every day.



Yeah that's not how it works, you lose weight and fat gradually goes from all different areas.

Working out causes muscles to grow and get stronger, so bodybuilders can target specific areas, but fat doesn't get worked when you work out, fat burns due to needing extra calories to survive, you don't choose where the fat comes from. For example people have chubby fingers, they run for a few months and lose their chubby fingers, they didn't go finger exercises to lose them.

The weight will gradually go and the belly fat will eventually follow. It all depends on where your body is decided to get the extra energy from.



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Yeah that's not how it works, you lose weight and fat gradually goes from all different areas.

Working out causes muscles to grow and get stronger, so bodybuilders can target specific areas, but fat doesn't get worked when you work out, fat burns due to needing extra calories to survive, you don't choose where the fat comes from. For example people have chubby fingers, they run for a few months and lose their chubby fingers, they didn't go finger exercises to lose them.

The weight will gradually go and the belly fat will eventually follow. It all depends on where your body is decided to get the extra energy from.

Except that it did work for me cause that's exactly what I did years ago. Granted I was never really fat, just a bit too much around the belly. After a few months of intense sit-ups, not only did my muscles down there grow but the fat began to substantially decrease. Maybe this would not work if you're too fat, I don't know, I can only speak of my experience.

Though after a while I simply stopped these daily intense sit-ups cause I realized I was running after something that demanded too much effort and could never be fully obtained. I was looking great down there sure, but at the price of having to do this for ever cause it's not like one needs to do that for a time then one can stop and the fat never comes back. So now I got a bit of fat down there again, not too much, but it's not the near perfect abs that I used to flaunt back in the day. These days I simply don't care anymore.



keep losing weight,belly fat is one of the last weight you lose.