Fattening of the area around the stomach is one of the first signs of approaching obesity. Belly fat is undoubtedly the most stubborn kind of fat and is almost impossible to get rid of. Ask you dietician what area of the body most people complain of and the answer would almost certainly be that of the stomach.
So if the tummy fat is the most common and most persistent form of obesity, how do you get rid of it? There is no easy way out. If you feel you are in the beginning stages, then things are a little more simple. However, if you have already accumulated a considerable amount of fat around your stomach, then the only way to reduce it is to make a patient and persistent effort.
From a dietician’s point of view, it is necessary to supply the right amount of nutrients to the right person to see some effective results. Most fats and carbohydrates accumulate in the stomach walls and result in thick deposits. It is of vital importance then, to customise the diet according to every other person and follow them up. However, a diet by itself is not going to take care of those fat cells. It should be followed up by an efficient fitness program.
The best kind of exercise is to give a combination of aerobic and anaerobic exercise set. Aerobic exercises such as jogging and skipping are serious fat burners. However, these exercises are not designed for spot reduction. In other words, working-out aerobic exercises gurantees results, but not those which affects the stomach. Hence, these exercises should be supported by a set of anaerobic exercises which target the abdominal muscles. Try a work-out plan which suits your schedule and stick by it. A lot of exercises such as abdominal crunches and push-ups are effective for spot reduction of the belly fat.
Consult with your dietician and a fitness instructor to find the right kind of fitness regime for your weight loss adventure. It is possible to reduce all the fat in your tummy and achieve a flat stomach, but it takes a lot of patient and persistent hard work. Imagine a thinner version of yourself and keep that image in your mind whenever the plan gets too tiresome and keep yourself highly motivated at all times. Remember that in the end, all the hard work is worth it.
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