Great pieces of advice for those who are struggling to lose weight! Unfortunately I used to be part of the \"overweight\" problem. I managed to lose weight using a great program that works and is easy to follow.
So far I have lost 37lbs of fat. However it wasn't easy. What keep me motivated wasn't superficial goals like looking good in a bikini. I just wanted to make sure me and my husband could live a long, healthy, active and happy life together.
What did you try ?
Hi Lisa Olson,
I actually went ahead and tired the program she mentioned,and it worked great. The results were unbelievably good. you can find the link to the program in her profile.
And does this plan make one as beautiful as the two of you ?
Spot reduction is a really tough issue, especially around this area. Your best bet is to focus on doing the things needed to lose weight in general, which revolve around developing habits that promote a healthy lifestyle. Such habits are the cornerstones of being in shape for life. In fact, see the following article for an excellent break down of the essentials in an effective, lasting weight loss plan: fatfreeme(DOT)net/big5
I have a fat back
Thank you for this information. I have seen the same advice time and time again. I see it working, But man the back fat and stomach fat is STUBBORN. It's going to make you WORK WORK WORK for that progress.
How to Get Rid of Back Fat
The hardest reality about losing weight is that you can’t just circle a specific spot on your body and melt away the fat. It takes smart full-body training to really burn fat, and you’ll see the results all over. What you can do is focus your strengthening and toning exercises on one muscle area to isolate a trouble spot and really define those muscles—which, when combined with cardio (running, elliptical, whatever form you like best and will actually stick with), will give you the results you want.
OUR HANDY GET RID OF BACK FAT GUIDE
Exercises to Sculpt and Tone Your Back
If back fat is one of your biggest body hang-ups, focusing on strengthening that area is key—and yet, it’s often overlooked. “In general, in terms of lifting and weight training, women neglect their lats and their upper back more than any other muscle group,” notes NYC-based fitness expert and celebrity trainer Kira Stokes. “We’re always more concerned with what we immediately see in the mirror, which is the front of the body. Your back is probably the last part of the body that most women really think about.”
But strengthening your back muscles is incredibly important—and not just for aesthetic reasons.
Working these muscles also improves posture. “Your posture doesn’t just stem from your lower back,” Stokes notes. “It’s the upper back and the rounding of your shoulders, too.” And poor posture, aside from making you seem less confident when you walk into a room, can actually create the illusion of back fat, even if you don’t have it. “The minute you start to focus on your back body, your posture is going to improve,” Stokes adds.
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