YES!!! You can lose belly fat, here’s how:

Yes you can reduce fat from your belly and you have 2 options to choose from – both with pros and cons.

  1. Surgery.
  2. Diet and exercise.

Here is a 20 min live video where I discuss belly fat – how it got there, how to remove it and how to prevent it from coming back.

If you don’t have time to watch the video, here are the main points:

  • The ONLY way the fat got to your belly in the first place, is because you ate more energy than your body required.
  • The best exercise you can do to remove the fat is any exercise that you do consistently.
  • HIIT is the fastest way to burn fat from your body.
  • Strength training will increase your lean muscle mass and this will turn you into a fat burning machine… even when you’re asleep!
  • Train your transverse abdominis more than your rectus abdominis (you’ll have to watch the video for an explanation).
  • You need to consume less calories each day than you expend – creating a calorie deficit.
  • Low sugar, low alcohol, minimal processed foods, LOADS of green leafy vegetables

If you’d like me to help YOU reach your health and fitness goals, I’d love to help!

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