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Ok so this is an example pic I have fat around the belly button area I have been working off I just want it to be slim there how do I get rid of it?

Answered on January 31, 2014
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on January 31, 2014
at 01:25 AM

I second what TheGastronomer said. The stomach is usually the last place on your body where fat will start to disappear but as you continue to decrease your overall body fat, you belly will also shrink and then it will be a matter of toning that area to increase the amount of muscle. Keep in mind that the more muscle you build around your midsection the faster the fat will melt away. Core exercises like planks and crunches will go a long way towards your goal of losing the belly.

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on January 31, 2014
at 12:10 AM

Spot reduction is unfortunately not feasible, your body will decide where to consume the fat from first, you have no control over it. This method of prioritization exist for survival reasons (keeping excess weight closer to the center of gravity is more energy efficient) so I regret to inform you that your belly will not decrease until you have lost a substantial amount of weight all over. The belly is usually the last part to go away, that's just how the body works. Lower you body fat percentage and it will go away.

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