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post #1 of 53
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Hi every one, I want to loss my belly fat with in 25 days. I'm a play of foot ball team and you know that in foot ball match you have to look fit and work properly. I fell tired after 20 mints training session. I thing is is due to belly fat. Am i right or not. Give some meaningful suggestions. 

post #2 of 53

Belly fat has no effect on endurance. If you want to go longer before getting tired, just keep pushing yourself. If you want to reduce belly fat anyway, work your core like a monster, and attack it from every direction. Sit-ups, crunches, planks, side planks, hanging leg lifts, jack-knives, etc. Just google "core exercises"

post #3 of 53

There's no such thing as spot reduction. Working out your core doesn't do much except strengthen and tone it.

 

To lose belly fat, you need to do high-calorie burning exercises. When you lose fat, you lose it from all parts of your body and your stomach is just one of them.

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Originally Posted by Essential View Post

There's no such thing as spot reduction. Working out your core doesn't do much except strengthen and tone it.

To lose belly fat, you need to do high-calorie burning exercises. When you lose fat, you lose it from all parts of your body and your stomach is just one of them.

Is this real life?
post #5 of 53
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Is this real life?


Toning muscles and reducing fat are two different things. You can have great muscles that are covered by a layer of fat. One good high-calorie core exercise that I really enjoy is going halfway into a Roman chair sit-up, putting a 25lb or 35lb plate against my chest, and twisting as close to 90 degrees in each direction as I can. I do it in sets of 75-100 twists (on each side. Left + right = 1 twist), at about 110-120 twists per minute. I do 3 or 4 sets of this every time I work out.

post #6 of 53
Please explain to me what this toning is?
post #7 of 53

Muscle tone is the continuous, passive contraction of a muscle. By itself, it has nothing to do with how you actually look.

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Muscle tone is the continuous, passive contraction of a muscle. By itself, it has nothing to do with how you actually look.

literally wtf are you talking about
post #9 of 53

You asked what toning is, I told you what muscle tone is. Do you really need anything else explained?

post #10 of 53
You have absolutely no idea what you're talking about. Doing ab exercises isn't gonna get rid of his fat. Caloric deficit will. Do you even lift?
post #11 of 53
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You have absolutely no idea what you're talking about. Doing ab exercises isn't gonna get rid of his fat. Caloric deficit will. Do you even lift?


 



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Toning muscles and reducing fat are two different things.


Do you even read?

 

post #12 of 53
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Belly fat has no effect on endurance. If you want to go longer before getting tired, just keep pushing yourself. If you want to reduce belly fat anyway, work your core like a monster, and attack it from every direction. Sit-ups, crunches, planks, side planks, hanging leg lifts, jack-knives, etc. Just google "core exercises"

Asks how to get rid of belly fat, you say perform ab movements.
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Doing ab exercises isn't gonna get rid of his fat. Caloric deficit will.


 

And I supposed this caloric deficit is given to us by fairies while we sleep at night? Or am I right in assuming it happens by way of working out?

He asked about losing his belly fat AND looking fit. Working core will help achieve both of these goals.

post #14 of 53
Comes by diet and doing actual exercise, not writhing on the floor for 20 minutes. If he wants to burn calories he can lift and sprint. Doing some crunches and russian twists isn't gonna make someone with a high bf% look fit. I like your definition of "muscle tone", muscles get bigger or they get smaller. Toning does not exist.
post #15 of 53
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Originally Posted by fuji View Post

Comes by diet and doing actual exercise, not writhing on the floor for 20 minutes. If he wants to burn calories he can lift and sprint. Doing some crunches and russian twists isn't gonna make someone with a high bf% look fit. I like your definition of "muscle tone", muscles get bigger or they get smaller. Toning does not exist.


^^^This

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