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How To Lose That Belly Fat Fast

Updated on August 27, 2015

You Can Do It! Lose That Belly Fat.

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How To Lose Belly Fat-Introduction

So you want to know how to lose that belly fat fast and get that flat toned belly you've always wanted or may have once had. Here I will show you how it's done. There are many key factors when knowing how to lose that belly fat and understanding them is essential if you are going to be successful in attaining that flat toned stomach. When it comes to losing belly fat the saying "You are what you eat" couldn't be more true but it's not as simple as that. Not only are you what you eat but you are also what you do!

Evolution shows us that over time any creature adapts its body to its environment, food sources and the activities it partakes in. Your day to day living effects the way you look your belly fat and your body shape in general. A professional athlete has that shaped body for a reason. It has adapted to their lifestyle. The good news is you don't have to train like a professional athlete to attain a flat belly and banish the belly fat. You simply have to have a measure of self discipline and measure your intake(food) and increase your activity levels(exercise). Think of your body as a finely tuned engine. You wouldn't put cheap nasty fuel in a Formula 1 racing car. For finely tuned performance and looks you need the right fuel. This is your starting point on your way to knowing haw to lose your belly fat.

How To Lose That Belly Fat-What To Do

Eat a healthy balanced diet.

I know you've heard it a thousand times before but if you are serious about losing weight and above all that stubborn belly fat it is something you are going to have to do and it doesn't have to be a negative experience. The best advice here is stay away from processed food those are the foods that often come in packets These are the foods that put that belly fat there in the first place so stay clear apart from the odd treat maybe once a week but no more. Stay disciplined stay focused and you can achieve that flat toned belly. `

Processed Foods To Stay Away From As A General Rule.

  • Canned foods that have large amounts of and sodium in them.
  • Pastas and bread made with refined flour(white bread) look for ones made with whole grains.
  • snack foods like crisps and chocolate.
  • frozen dinner meals that are high in sodium.
  • cakes and biscuits.
  • breakfast cereals high in sugar.
  • Processed meats often contain lots of fat and low quality ingredients.
  • High fat butter spreads and cheeses
  • Ice-cream
  • Soft drinks high in sugar

How To Exercise To Lose That Belly Fat

There are no short cuts when it comes to exercising to lose that belly fat but there are do's and don't's. Doing endless amounts of crunches wont lose the belly fat. You simply wont burn enough calories at fat burning intensity. Crunches will define stomach muscle once you have lost the belly fat but that is all. To burn that belly fat you have to do Cardio exercise find one that you enjoy my particular favourite is cycling and I find this the most effective because you can do it for longer at fat burning intensity. The main thing though is to pick an exercise activity that you like. If you don't like the exercise that you are partaking in chances are you'll become demotivated and if not completely give up you'll do it less often. Here are some suggestions for exercise you can do with the calories that they burn. To really lose that belly fat.

1. Bicycling - 250 to 500 calories in 30 minutes. Calories burned:
357.21 (Kcals) in 30 minutes for a person cycling between 14-15.9mph dependant on weight the more you weigh the more calories you burn.

2. Step Aerobics - 400 calories in 30 minutes.

3. Swimming - 400 calories in 30 minutes.

4. Racket Sports - 400 calories in 30 minutes.

5. Rock Climbing - 380 calories in 30 minutes.

6. Cross-country Skiing - 330 calories in 30 minutes.

7. Running - 300 calories in 30 minutes.

8. Elliptical Trainer - 300 calories in 30 minutes.

9. Rowing - 300 calories in 30 minutes.

10. Walking - 180 calories in 30 minutes.

You should aim to do 4-5 cardio workouts per week of at least 30 minutes if possible but remember a little is better than not at all so don't stress too much if you can't manage this much. Also you should try to schedule in some weight training routines remember muscle is metabolically active so the more muscle mass you have the more calories your body needs even while resting. Try for three routines per week targeting the major muscle groups like legs chest and back, these will induce the most body transformation and you will utilise the smaller muscle groups while working them out. Ultimately targeting that belly fat to the maximum.

As a final note on how to lose that belly fat always remember to seek medical advice before starting any exercise program, the last thing you want is to be laid up injured for weeks. Also remember change can be difficult but can also be enjoyable what you are aiming for is a new lifestyle that will keep you looking healthy and banish that belly fat to your personal history. Humans are creatures of habit and routine, before long you'll find that your new exercise program is simply something you do without thinking about it. So keep it up and don't give in. Your quality of life will be that much more rewarding for it and you'll be proud to show off that new flat toned belly. I hope this advice has proved helpful and good luck with your quest to the new you and losing that belly fat for good.

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      4 years ago

      informative hub, got many ideas, would try them definitely, i am so much concerned about losing belly fat,, thanks for sharing dear, blessings!

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