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sweet23sagittariussweet23sagittarius Posts: 10Member, Premium Member Posts: 10Member, Premium Member
Best ways to get rid of the lower belly pooch

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  • sweet23sagittariussweet23sagittarius Posts: 10Member, Premium Member Posts: 10Member, Premium Member
    I'm forming abs but the lower belly is so hard. It's not to bad but I want flat. My diet is just fine and cardio well maybe 3 times a week. Any suggestions?
  • sweet23sagittariussweet23sagittarius Posts: 10Member, Premium Member Posts: 10Member, Premium Member
    I appreciate that thank you
  • omarnajjar390omarnajjar390 Posts: 1Member, Premium Member Posts: 1Member, Premium Member
    Anyone know some good things to do (excersize) or eat to cut some belly fat I already have a decent diet and excersize every day but wanted some advice
  • sweet23sagittariussweet23sagittarius Posts: 10Member, Premium Member Posts: 10Member, Premium Member
    Gemma2492 wrote: »
    I’ve been using the weighted hula hoop and it seems to be going slowly , but least it’s going 😊

    Thank you for sharing. I have not tried that but I do have the weight vest
  • sweet23sagittariussweet23sagittarius Posts: 10Member, Premium Member Posts: 10Member, Premium Member
    ninerbuff wrote: »
    You can't target fat with any exercise or diet. Fat is lost systematically as your body fat % goes down. Where it's last to go is usually also the first place you gain it. The biggest issue is that many people just don't have enough patience and want fast results.



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    I've been going strong for a year and a half so I'm definitely patient and know things take time. I definitely have abs but that lower part just is the hard part. Always has been. I just keep adjusting my macros every so often until I reach a certain amount. I'm resting it out to see how it goes.
  • sweet23sagittariussweet23sagittarius Posts: 10Member, Premium Member Posts: 10Member, Premium Member
  • dloewen17dloewen17 Posts: 27Member Member Posts: 27Member Member
    The lower abs is definitely the hard part. That’s one of my focus areas too. My abs definitely show and on some days pop nicely but I don’t have that lower stomach flatness or definition I want. Just more time and proper dieting I suppose is the answer. I’m good with that though because they do show more and more as I work for it.
  • sweet23sagittariussweet23sagittarius Posts: 10Member, Premium Member Posts: 10Member, Premium Member
    Yea I definitely agree with you. My abs are forming pretty well except lower. It's my diet and training which I'm doing well on but just takes time and I'm with you on that. I am okay with time i dont except overnight it just motivates me more.
  • james5940james5940 Posts: 15Member Member Posts: 15Member Member
    I'm going through the same thing now. For me it's bad genetics lol
  • amandakesslersamandakesslers Posts: 171Member Member Posts: 171Member Member
    Unfortunately, genetics play a major role in your abs and some people just aren't designed to have full 6-pack washboard abs. It's also impossible to isolate groups of muscles, so any ab workouts that you do will be for the entire muscle group. Just like you cant isolate muscles to workout, you can't spot-reduce fat so you should just continue to work hard on your diet and exercise, and hope that the flab comes off: https://www.openfit.com/lower-ab-workouts-myth
  • rlemieux736rlemieux736 Posts: 4Member Member Posts: 4Member Member
    You can’t spot reduce body fat like you can’t drain just one corner of a swimming pool. You can only be patient and stay in a caloric deficit.
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