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Get rid of lovehandles?

Answered on August 19, 2014
Created March 29, 2013 at 3:35 PM

Any advice on exercises or foods to avoid would be great =D

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on May 03, 2014
at 06:11 AM

It is not easy task to reduce extra fat from, love handle for that you need to use ZOX formula which answer to your question like what I get in my mind how to get rid of love handles fast in a week so don't bother you will get it confirm.

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on March 30, 2013
at 04:17 PM

Indeed it's possible, with certain protocols, no very safe to tell the truth. See DNP and PG2α. Also, yohimbine seems to be specially good for targeting fat cells at the hip area. Other than this, only thing to do is drop down BF as much as possible via exercise and nutrition. Hormone status helps, promoting testosterone and lowering estrogen imbalances will provide better fat distribution. It's possible indeed but extremely complex.

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on March 30, 2013
at 08:03 AM

As per Katherine's answer above...mostly diet get that dialed in and the rest is easy. IMO, "lots of cardio" is WAY over rated as are excessive workouts in general. Maybe it's a "guy thing" or I'm just lucky but I've found fat loss is easily doable with minimal workouts.

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on March 29, 2013
at 08:43 PM

No idea what that is, but if it strengthens your obliques like Alan's suggestion, you'll get more muscle under your "handles" which means they'll show up even more! Losing fat is the way forward and that's more about diet than exercise. Eat a lot less 2 or 3 days a week to lose some of the fat.

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on March 29, 2013
at 05:27 PM

Spot REDUCING is impossible. Spot training is not (you can increase size and strength of individual muscles by training that area).

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on March 29, 2013
at 04:23 PM

Spot training is impossible, unfortunately. But like what Uncle Long Hair, I'm willing to bet you mean you want to lose some body fat, improve muscle tone, and reduce your waist size. (Just esp those love handles!)

In my experience HIIT (high intensity interval training) is the best way to go to lose body fat, on top of a good diet, aka Paleo. :) Losing weight is 80% kitchen, 20% gym. Getting your diet straight is half the battle. If you've already got that downpat, just be sure you're working out: do some cardio and some muscle-building. Nothing burns up fat like building up muscle!

Good luck.

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on March 29, 2013
at 05:27 PM

Spot REDUCING is impossible. Spot training is not (you can increase size and strength of individual muscles by training that area).

048dd52752c45129c1212bfffb37ca72

(3150)

on March 30, 2013
at 04:17 PM

Indeed it's possible, with certain protocols, no very safe to tell the truth. See DNP and PG2α. Also, yohimbine seems to be specially good for targeting fat cells at the hip area. Other than this, only thing to do is drop down BF as much as possible via exercise and nutrition. Hormone status helps, promoting testosterone and lowering estrogen imbalances will provide better fat distribution. It's possible indeed but extremely complex.

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on March 29, 2013
at 03:46 PM

My wife jokes that my love handles moved from rolls around my middle to muscle definition in my lower back. This is the result of a combination of the Paleo diet and crossfit for about a year. So I can definitely recommend that :-).

What you are probably saying is that you want to lose some body fat, improve muscle tone, and reduce your waist size. These are all common fitness goals, and you'll find a lot of info on this site to help, just search and read a bunch of posts.

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on March 29, 2013
at 06:02 PM

Some people believe that you can reduce excess fat around the sides of the waist by stepping up exercises such as oblique crunches. But in all likelihood, it's an all-round effort to improve muscle tone and reduce your fat-to-muscle ratio that will see the best results.

It's a bit like wanting to improve the upper arms, for example, reducing "bat wings". The paleo eating method has helped a lot of people do things such as cut down on sugar in their diet, which can help significantly in this area.

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7c1ca3b00d2b7f24cd60c3b8b406cf79

on May 03, 2014
at 06:11 AM

It is not easy task to reduce extra fat from, love handle for that you need to use ZOX formula which answer to your question like what I get in my mind how to get rid of love handles fast in a week so don't bother you will get it confirm.

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on March 30, 2013
at 02:22 PM

I am 5'6 and 127 lbs. I know I am not considered overweight and I do do cardio and some weight lifting but I am self conscious about my waistline. My legs are pretty thin and I don't have much junk in the trunk (LOL) but thank you everyone for your help!

7c1ca3b00d2b7f24cd60c3b8b406cf79

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on May 03, 2014
at 06:11 AM

It is not easy task to reduce extra fat from, love handle for that you need to use ZOX formula which answer to your question like what I get in my mind how to get rid of love handles fast in a week so don't bother you will get it confirm.

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on March 30, 2013
at 12:15 PM

Can I ask you if you also have 'junk in the trunk' and heaver thighs? If so, it could be an estrogen dominance kind of thing.

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on March 30, 2013
at 04:46 AM

Unfortunately, there's nothing you can do to get rid of love handles specifically (I know, sob sob) but if you eat strictly paleo (no cheating) get lots of cardio and do side crunches, candlestick dippers, oblique twists, side planks, and kettlebell crunches, you'll see them go bye-be.

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on March 30, 2013
at 08:03 AM

As per Katherine's answer above...mostly diet get that dialed in and the rest is easy. IMO, "lots of cardio" is WAY over rated as are excessive workouts in general. Maybe it's a "guy thing" or I'm just lucky but I've found fat loss is easily doable with minimal workouts.

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on March 29, 2013
at 08:24 PM

I think it could be helpful to do core work. It will tone the muscles and make them more pronounced. And, exercise will aid in the overall goal of fat burning.

However, the technical and specific goal you need to focus on is shedding the fat. Just to let you know, very low body fat is not a fly-by-night pursuit. If you want to maintain you will sacrifice.

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on March 29, 2013
at 07:08 PM

Anyone know if the torso rotator machine at the gym helps at all? Thanks for all of your insights!

1963db946ae415764d9044222fbf4c5b

(257)

on March 29, 2013
at 08:43 PM

No idea what that is, but if it strengthens your obliques like Alan's suggestion, you'll get more muscle under your "handles" which means they'll show up even more! Losing fat is the way forward and that's more about diet than exercise. Eat a lot less 2 or 3 days a week to lose some of the fat.

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Ed7403e397077dd1acdbf25c7f6e56ce

on March 29, 2013
at 05:00 PM

Yea it's a BMI thing. My chest is my trouble area.

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