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    ComradeCat is offline Senior Member
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    From my personal experience, just keep working at CC, structure your diet around 1g of protein per kg, reduce high glycemic index/loading foods... and eventually your belly fat will start reducing

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    Have just jumped up and down and there is a definate jiggle. I've decided to go on a six week diet. I measured my BMI the other day and am right at the top end of normal, 25. I'm going to see how low I can get within the safe parameters which is 18.

    ill post back in six weeks with an update.

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    Ok so it's been three weeks. Ive gone from 79kg to 75.1kg.
    No Abs Yet....

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    How much fat is in your diet? When I tried 'the slow carb' diet it had a large amount of fat, which concerned me at first, but after a while I got leaner. It exposed my abs quite well. Now I do a Paleo/Mediterranean mix and I eat well while still staying lean. I also do IF once a week and still have Saturday as my cheat day.

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    Yeah I was just thinking about switching to East Stop Eat, I am suffering some serious fatigue issues.

    Does eat stop eat cause tiredness?

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    Have you considered running sprints?

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    First you need to control on your diet after that In my personal experience what I do for almost 3 months is that I start my workout with treadmill and I run it for almost 20 minutes with different pace when finish my treadmill I start my abdomen workout and add my routine workout also but with less reputation and It helps me to develop a great posture.

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    Well, i am still working on that one. I guess that's really one of the most toughest jobs to reduce belly fats. In those areas of one's whole body where fat has lived for the lengthiest time those fat remains will probably be the last that one's whole body eliminates itself of. I have reduced 10 kg but my having a problem with belly.

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    Okay, you may not like this, but here's a 100% guaranteed way to loose it.

    Just eat a zero carb diet at a 25% deficit. I mean that you're only going to get carbs from eggs and heavy cream. Zero fiber.

    Don't dismiss this as crazy, it's totally possible to do this (I have myself) and it makes you drop anything up to a pound of weight a day for quite a while. I don't know if it's healthy, and if you do introduce carbs again you'll gain back a lot of water weight. It's up to you. Eating one serving of veg a day wont do you any harm.

    DEFINITELY drop the refined carbs in your diet.

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    Losing the weight is not the absolute goal. The optimal GOAL is to lose the fat with little to zero muscle loss. One pound per day weight reduction is not successful weight reduction ( if fat loss is what is desired because you most likely are loosing too much muscle ) Losing water and muscle with minimal fat loss will not improve you. The number on the scale is not the absolute indicator of your fat to muscle ratio. The mirror on the wall is your best bet on success or failure. Also your pullup numbers will measure your strength as well as forcing you to maintain a lean physique...Dennis
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