I need your advice please
I started my diet on (6 May 2013), my weight was 92 kg , and my hight = 159 cm , now has lost 17 kg, but my belly fat not much affected by the loss of weight, I still suffer from belly fat,(my Face and,feet, shoulders just affected in the diet)
I run 4 kilometers every day , and I do stomach exercises,but no benefit.
another problem:since 2 weeks ago my weight is still steady despite the exercise and diet
What should I do in order to lose my belly fat ?
And how can I get rid of steady weight?
-----------------------Notice on My food--------------------
- No sugar, no bread, no rice, no Starches.
- I just Eat fresh vegetables, fruit.
- I eat fish , tuna, sardine (somedays )
Belly fat is the hardest to deal with, no doubt about it.
It will take time, and you'll need to drink a lot of water.
Try alternating your calories intake from day to day to see if it triggers weight change (weigh yourself daily when you wake up), and most importantly document what you are eating in detail so you can compare. Leave 4 hours apart between every protein intake i.e. chicken, tuna, fish....etc
thank you very much :)
but According to your expectations ..How much time to I can destroy the belly fat if my fatty waist circumference = 98 cm
A:run Daily between 2-4 km
B:no fat food
It seems to me that you are not building lean muscle. You need protein and resistance training. It will speed up your metabolism and burn off the fat faster. I don't think you can set a time line though. If you are losing fat it will come off.
As Robingen said, there's no way to set a time line unless you going to get technical and measure your body fat.
You can use Ketostix sticks to measure the fat burning process on daily bases, except it wont be limited to belly fat only.
I would also advise doing more resistance training; i.e. stairs. If you can run 4 km daily, then push yourself harder and run 5 or 6 km.
Does the perspiration of body when running Leads to weight loss؟
Jump-Starting Your Metabolism.
Get enough sleep. Most adults need at least 7 hours of sleep every night to function properly.
Set aside time to relax. Even if it's only 15 minutes on your lunch break, try to find time to simply close your eyes, breathe deeply, and forget your worries.
Aim to take 10,000 steps a day.
Drink plenty of water.
Exercise in small bursts.
Now things are going so well ...I lost 1 kilo in a week Because I reduce the size of food
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