I can not get rid of my belly fat. I am 5'0 and weigh 110. Although I am petite

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  1. profile image49
    conniebustamanteposted 11 years ago

    I can not get rid of my belly fat. I am 5'0 and weigh 110. Although I am petite I can not get a...

    flat stomach.

  2. BellyBusters profile image58
    BellyBustersposted 11 years ago

    Hi Connie,

    You should check out this free report: http://absolutetruthaboutabsreview.com/

    People of all sizes and shapes are getting great results and since you're already at a great weight, you should be able to get your abs in peak shape fast!  Good luck!

  3. daisyjae profile image80
    daisyjaeposted 11 years ago

    Pilates is the best thing I have tried for a flat tummy.

  4. grejotte profile image69
    grejotteposted 11 years ago

    I couldn't say what is the best way, but I am doing P90 (Power 90) training and until now I have great results. I am also petite and got a little belly (not much though) so it melted fast. Now I got abs big_smile

  5. KGBKillerAbs.com profile image60
    KGBKillerAbs.composted 11 years ago

    Connie, body sculpting is my specialty. I don't like to toot my own horn on  your thread, but getting rid of belly fat and developing a flat tummy is very doable. The caveat for everyone though is, it may take time. Typically, people give up before they get results. Or, in the case of what I call "Fad Fitness, " the results often come quickly, but are short term because the body reacts by slowing your metabolism and you either plateau or gain more than you lost.
    The best course of action is slow steady progressive improvements.

  6. JP993 profile image77
    JP993posted 10 years ago

    Removing belly fat is all to do with diet, your body may naturally store fat there. If you lose weight you may notice it in other areas like your legs or arms. To lose it around your belly you need to stick to a clean diet consistantly and do fat burning exercises rather than cardio vasicular.

  7. profile image34
    lightworker40posted 10 years ago

    you may want to try "Inner Solution Fat Burning Oil". It is an essential oil formula that you rub on your stomach. If you get a far infrared pad and place the pad over the area that you rubbed the oil on, then the fat will start to dissolve.

  8. tinisha12 profile image69
    tinisha12posted 10 years ago

    Hi Connie, I had the same problem. I have 2 kids and it's not fun when you're stomach changes on you. Read my article on this: http://hubpages.com/hub/trim-belly-fat and also check out out this site. I've tried it and it works: http://www.truthaboutabs.com/ab/?hop=successozz

  9. bee05 profile image61
    bee05posted 10 years ago

    yes you can! I have done it. Please read more information
    here http://hubpages.com/hub/Stomach-Fat-and … -Lose-Them
    and here  http://stomach-fat.comuf.com/
    You have to be patient and just follow the guidelines of people who has done it. Taking care of the food that you eat and regular workouts would definitely help.

  10. Niicks profile image73
    Niicksposted 10 years ago

    I wrote an hub on it "10 Tummy Trimming Exercises to Do At Home to Flatten Your Belly Fast" it can be found here http://hubpages.com/t/20b23f and remember one thing that u also need to workout the rest of your body.


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