How To lose Belly Fat
Personal coach Battersea in London.
or visceral fat behind your abs also contribute to belly fat. Cortisol is the hormone that stores fat in the belly.
Losing belly weight is hard. If it was just as simple as practicing belly fat exercises or a belly fat weight loss diet, we would all have flat bellies and 6-pack-abs. However, as we now see, more men in the UK have belly fat than women. Data shows that women exercise more than men; 60% of men are overweight, stressed, tired, and in pain. Data also shows that women live longer than men, so why are gyms and personal trainers not fully booked with men and women training to get flat bellies? Many don’t think they can achieve their goals or are simply confused about what to do with so much conflicting information on the web, in books, and in the media.
I hope that my blog helps you better understand why many individuals do not have flat bellies, and what I can do about it at London with my 22 years as a Master C.H.E.K Practitioner, personal trainer, and strength coach.
is there anything such as ‘fat burning food?’
There are some foods that can help you lower your body fat. Fish, for example, is high in omega oils and healthy fats. These can work together to lower cortisol, which will ultimately help you to lose belly fat. Avocados, nuts, and seeds also have healthy fats that give you energy and keep you fuller for longer.
Plastic surgery, like liposuction, is also an option, but there are some negatives to this. For example, if you don’t exercise or change your diet post-surgery, belly and body fat can, and will, come back.
Your hormones can significantly contribute to a loose belly. Cortisol is a stress hormone, so fats stored in the stomach when we are overly stressed. However, when hormones are in balance with your lifestyle and habits, like exercise, sleep, and diet,your body can better maintain its weight. While keeping healthier diets, exercise, and supplement intake are all crucial, you must also get your hormone levels checked to be on the road to losing your belly fat.
It’s more difficult for women to get a flat belly because men have the testosterone advantage. This is why we see men in the gym getting fit in just 12 weeks. Women have more hormones are much more than men because of making babies, menstrual cycles, and birth control. Birth control can cause an unbalance in women’s hormones, further causing belly inflammation. Menstrual cycles, pelvic tilt, posture issues, and having babies can cause women not to have a flat belly.
How can I focus my exercising on reducing body fat?
While no exercise will truly spot reduce, many exercises can help! Contrary to popular belief, these helpful exercises are not crunches or the plank. Instead, they are more challenging and require you to use more muscles, like the deadlift squat, high pulling dumbbells, and using kettlebells. Exercises like spinning, aerobics, yoga, and using the treadmill have more fat than sprinters. so if are doing spinning and aerobics and yoga and treadmill, you may not be getting a Flat belly Because these exercises can raise cortisol in the body, never workout late at night, and aim to exercise by 3pm if you’re really looking to lose belly fat
Male 6-packs and flat bellies, and why you don’t have all of that: Having a beer belly causes many issues, like diabetes, lower back pain, lack of balance, and lack of endurance in the bedroom. Some men have more body than women with have 20% body fat men can have up 40% fat this is a lady mend they need to get real stop the been and get in the gym with a London personal trainer or coach to help you with diet, exercise, and lifestyle.
6 ‘must-do’s, for men and women, to lose belly fat:
- Get your hormones checked
- Don’t overtrain in the gym
- Get a workout program
- See your doctor- women, inquire if your birth control could be the culprit.
- Workout 4 days a week.
- Eat real, whole foods for a balanced diet for your unique body type
- Eeat more healthy fatsgood fats fats are not bad they will help you lose fats