Belly Fat Diets and Exercises

May 22, 2014 - Comment

[monetize id=”1″] Questions and Answers Belly fat??????????????????? Ok I am 167.4 lbs.,6'1,and 17 years old.I found out that on the internet that that's about an average weight for my height but I have some belly fat that will just not go away,and I have NO muscle whatsoever.So I was hoping for some good tips on

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Questions and Answers

Belly fat???????????????????

Ok I am 167.4 lbs.,6'1,and 17 years old.I found out that on the internet that that's about an average weight for my height but I have some belly fat that will just not go away,and I have NO muscle whatsoever.So I was hoping for some good tips on getting rid of belly fat and gaining some muscle.and also what foods that I shouldn't eat/drink.Thanks.

Posted by Robo
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The lower belly is a natural fat reservoir and an extremely stubborn spot to tone, so it can be quite challenging to get rid of lower belly fat. Regular crunches and sit-ups won't be enough to get rid of lower belly fat. The key is in targeting the lower abdominals with specific exercises to tone the muscles and erase the fat. The proper exercises, coupled with a healthy diet and cardio routine, will help to conquer that stubborn belly fat.
Work your lower ab muscles to strengthen the muscle wall and burn belly fat. Do a few reps of scissors after your cardio exercise. Lie on your back with your hands underneath your buttocks. Lift your legs about a foot off the ground. Contract your lower ab muscles, and move your legs in a crisscross motion: move your right leg over the left, then open your legs apart and move your left leg over the right. Be careful not to bend your knees. Do about 10 to 15 reps.

Help with belly fat after diet and exercise?

My bellyfat/lovehandles used to be hard but after i started my diet/exercise and lost 10+lbs its soft and mushy now…why is that?

Posted by eghardhitter52
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There is subcutaneous fat (under the skin) which is soft, and intrabdominal fat, which lies right under the abdominal wall and gives you a big belly. Guess which kind you just lost?

That's OK, the intrabdominal fat is the stuff that gives you heart attacks and disease later on, so if you had to lose one or the other, you picked the right one. If you keep losing weight, some of the subcutaneous fat might go away, or it might not. And even if it does, you might have some loose skin in the area.

This is what liposuction is for…people who have reached and are maintaining a healthy weight, but want to remove fat that would otherwise always be with them unless they got down to an unhealthy low body weight. You can decide for yourself if it's worth the time and trouble for you. Just remember, it's purely for cosmetic reasons…if your doctor things you're at a healthy weight, then you don't need to worry about your soft belly.

Belly Fat?

I have a lot fo belly fat. I wanna lose fat overall, but a lot of it is on my belly. I have a pot belly.Other than diet, which I've already started to work on, what excercises would be good, not only for losing fat over all, but especially on my belly.
I'm 5'6, 14 year old female.

Posted by PinPonn
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Central obesity, commonly referred to as belly fat, is the accumulation of fat deposited between the internal organs in the torso resulting in an increase in waist size. There is a strong correlation between central obesity and cardiovascular disease.

While central obesity can be obvious just by looking at the naked body , the severity of central obesity is determined by taking waist and hip measurements. The absolute waist circumference (>102 centimetres in men and >88 centimetres in women) and the waist-hip ratio (>0.9 for men and >0.85 for women) are both used as measures of central obesity.

Prevention

Performing adequate aerobic exercise and eating a healthy diet prevent central obesity, and losing weight via these methods is the main way to reverse the condition.

Aerobic exercise

Aerobic exercise refers to exercise that involves or improves oxygen consumption by the body. Aerobic means “with oxygen”, and refers to the use of oxygen in the body’s metabolic or energy-generating process. Many types of exercise are aerobic, and by definition are performed at moderate levels of intensity for extended periods of time. To obtain the best results, an aerobic exercise session involves a warming up period, followed by at least 20 minutes of moderate to intense exercise involving large muscle groups, and a cooling down period at the end

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Healthy diet

A healthy diet involves consuming nutrients by eating the appropriate amounts from all of the food groups, including an adequate amount of water. Since human nutrition is complex, a healthy diet may vary widely, and is subject to an individual’s genetic makeup, environment, and health. For around 20% of the human population, lack of food and malnutrition are the main impediments to healthy eating.Conversely, people in developed countries have the opposite problem; they are more concerned about obesity.

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