Hello how can u get ur stomach down n not looking flabby?
I'm guessing there's a million girls on here, myself included, that wish there was a simple answer to that question....lol. I Know eating less sugar, salt, processed foods and take out is One of the Many steps...along with healthy diet comes the DREADED WORD....EXERCISE....without those 2 things, I've come to realize, A fat stomach will continue to be ONE of my Many body issues....LOL! :)
So, Today, I'm starting with a little walk on my treadmill followed by some core exercise. Hopefully, I won't Die. This COULD get Ugly. Hahaha!
The key to losing fat is to not take it on all at once. To start off you need to notice one thing that is bad and start with that, for example cut chocolate out of your diet. Carry on this method with regular exercise, and diet changing slower and you will see progression. The best thing is to take pictures on a regular basis (once a week) and weight yourself once a week under the same circumstances (Monday, 6AM, same clothing etc) it will take time buy small progress is still progress. Hope this helps!
Thank u to all. Lol
Apparently, to get rid of a flabby tummy is to 1) do lots of core exercises regularly, 2) eat clean and 3) say no to sweet stuff, for me the hardest is 3.:)
I noticed a lot of people are saying to do core exercise. This is not a good idea if you are trying to LOSE belly fat. Doing core exercises will only make your abs stronger, causing you to look bloated. Your need to do HIIT training to lose the fat and once you have the flat stomach, go onto toning with core exercises. I do not mean to offend anyone but thought you should all be enlightened :)
First of all, stomachs are round by nature. When they get flabby you could do daily brush or manual massages with oil or attend belly dancing classes. They are a fantastic way to work those muscles and make you feel attractive at the same time. It may not make the bodyfat in that area disappear over night but will definately help you to raise your selfawareness to that specific area.