Losing belly fat in your 30s
Please help. I've always stored my fat in my belly area. I've gained a lot of weight over the years, and now I'm trying to get back to healthy. Problem is I'm losing my thighs faster than anything, when I really need to get rid of my belly. I exercise at home about 3 times a week...
Thank you Valeria
Hi, you've got a familiar problem. Losing belly fat is the hardest fat to lose. A few hints that might help:
1. Change your diet next to your excersise. Prevent new fat from arriving
2. Change your daily routine and get moving as much as you can.
3. The type of excersise is difficult. Some say cardio some say muscle (more muscles use up more energy so less is left for your belly). Cardio didn't work out that we'll for me so I've put my money on a combination!
Search a lot there are many techniques to fight belly fat, but always keep thinking there is also a lot of bs.
4. Be patient. For most people belly fat will disappear last. So don't give up and continue excersising.
Good luck and enjoy the trip!
Thank you Anthony. I've noticed that indeed this fat here just doesn't want to leave my body. I'll keep at it
I'm starting to focus more on abs & core workouts to loss my belly fat. I've also started seeing a nutritionist that my primary suggested. Less carbs, more protein & healthy fats.
There's lots of info on the link between the hormone cortisol (produced during stress)and an increase in belly fat.
Now I'm not a very big guy naturally, and I lost my pack years ago and gained a pudge that I can't seem to be completely rid of. I think it's the stress! I'm trying to sleep more, eat better, exercise daily and stress less.
I hope this helps!