If You're Having Trouble Losing Weight, You Should Try Doing More Of This...

You’re doing cardio, eating healthy, you can do all the sit-ups but yet the little bit of fat on your abs just won’t go away? Then this form of sport is definitely missing on your training schedule.

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Summer is around the corner and you want to get in shape? With a little bit of discipline and the right form of sport, this is no problem.

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Strength training melts fat

If you desire a flat belly, a healthy diet is an absolute necessity but a couple of strength training exercises should be on your schedule. If you do strength training two to three times a week, chances are that you’ll reduce your body fat effectively. In this video, we will explain to you how to combat your pounds successfully.

All about genetics

No matter how you want to get leaner, you have to remember: It is impossible to reduce fat in a certain place of your body. According to Fit for Fun, it’s “up to our genetics to decide which part of the body loses mass. To reduce your belly fat, the body fat percentage has to shrink overall. Strength training, weightlifting in particular, seems to be ideal. Personal trainer Eric Bowling has responded to this: “We have seen that lifting of weights has a phenomenal impact on the constitution of your body.” Another piece of advice: If you feel like the weight you're lifting is too light, you can replace them with heavier weights or do more repetitions. Our favourite 4 exercises for your six-pack should certainly be included in your schedule. This way, you can assure that you’re not treading water but gaining a defined body and sexy abs.

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