How To Lose Belly Fat For Women
When it comes to working out and physical appearance, one area of concern for many women is the midsection. A flat stomach is the goal of most of the women on this planet.
It seems that for many women, no matter how lean they get, the belly fat just won’t go away. One of the reasons for this problem is the diet. As a result of eating poorly, some women find themselves developing the dreaded skinny-fat look. This is the result of not overeating, but still consuming mostly fatty foods.
The best way for women to get lean is to have a solid diet.
Proper Diet Reduces Your Belly Fat
It may seem strange, but this includes eating every 2-3 hours for a total of about six meals per day.
Each meal should be, for the average woman, between 200-300 calories. With this the metabolism continues at a steady pace, but you will still be getting the proper nutrients to fill out your muscles. Remember, cutting out high fat foods and junk food is a must. Fiber is very important.
Some women struggle with regularity and thus are holding onto more waste than they could be. Upping fiber intake and improving regularity could be enough for some women.
Exercise Reduces Your Belly Fat
Next is exercise. A combination of cardio and core exercises is essential. The Stairmaster and step mill are best for working the abs while doing cardio. High intensity cardio and long cardio sessions will keep the body fat percentage low.
To keep the stomach looking good, ab exercises are needed. Whether it’s a 6-Minute Abs video or a routine in the gym that a trainer provided or you picked up from a magazine, you must work the core and the abs to keep them toned and looking good. One tip is to do minimal oblique exercises. The more you work your obliques, the more you are growing your core muscles in terms of width. Light weight ab training or simply mat work with nothing but your body weight is going to get you the best results.
Supplements Reduce Your Belly Fat
And last we have supplements. The best way to go is fish oil and cla.
Fish oil helps emulsify fat and cla takes the place of essential fatty acids from meat and dairy products; thus does not allow other fats that are consumed to be absorbed as easily.
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