Aug 31, 2013 12:49am
Just plain old cardio. If you are not used to it, start with several shorter workouts per day. It will be easier to stay motivated. Try to eat healthy, but don't cut your calories unless you overeat. You will start burning calories you didn't burn before, so you don't want your body constantly asking for more fuel and have cravings.
At the same time, target your abs besides cardio. Don't start by the intense workouts, go with the moderate ones.
Several short cardio sessions per day with three half hour ab sessions per week and a little bit of effort in limiting your fat intake should get you there.
Just be conscious at all times what your goal is and act accordingly. Walk up that escalator instead of waiting to be hauled up. Dance with your hips. If you are bored, go for walks instead of zapping.
Try to burn a little more calories than what you take in. Not a lot more, just a little more. Otherwise, you will be tired and will not do your workouts. Start the day eating, not working out. Digest a little and then you can work out.