What sort of exercises that can help me lose belly and arm fat quickly?
Topic: What sort of exercises that can help me lose belly and arm fat quickly?
January 22, 2020 / By Gyneth Question:
well the thing is i can't avoid eating fruits and white bread and all that because my parents are so stubborn and they make me eat all those things your not meant to eat when your on a diet. (except for junk food like chocolates and stuff). and i don't have a treadmill or exercise bike at home so i can't exercise on that and my parents say they don't have ANY time to take me to the gym or swimming and all.so I'm trying to find out a way to exercise without using any equipment. i want to lose my belly fat, arm fat and my face is really kind of puffy especially the cheeks. how can i lose them all quickly?
do i just walk around the house? because my parents don't let me walk around on the streets by myself cos they don't have time to take me. and do i walk at a steady pace or fast?
but doesn't fruits make you gain weight?
Best Answers: What sort of exercises that can help me lose belly and arm fat quickly?
Divina | 3 days ago
Okay...I only started two Mondays ago and All I do is walk one hour every morning. I wear a calorie counter monitor to loose weight by the numbers. I have already lost one pant size and 10 pounds. I am a woman and have three kids and this is the method I use when I gain weight.. I am now at a size two and everyone is always amazed that I have had three kids. This is what I do below when I throw on a few extra pounds. It always works..No diet pills, no energy drinks..just me walking and getting the water I need. Of course I watch what I eat and the Lean Cuisine meals are great for that since the calories per box are 180 to 380 per box. Just make sure you eat healthy every three to four hours so your body will perform at its max.
Here it is:
Helpful Tips for weight loss:
1)A good way to loose weight is to use a calorie counter watch
Keep to a 1,200 food intake
Add 1,200 plus 3,500 (equals one pound of fat) ...and that is the total amount of calories you need to burn each day. Its actually really easy once you start watching the numbers and it doesn't seem like work or exercise. Its just a matter of changing the way you think about loosing weight.
I use this method when i gain some pounds. The first time I did this I went from 168 to 127
2) Most people do not get enough water in their system. Water is your body's principal chemical component, comprising, on average, 60 percent of your weight. Every system in your body depends on water. For example, water flushes toxins out of vital organs, carries nutrients to your cells and provides a moist environment for ear, nose and throat tissues.
Lack of water can lead to dehydration, a condition that occurs when you don't have enough water in your body to carry out normal functions. To determine if you are getting enough water use this simple formula.. Take your weight, for example 150 pounds and divide by 2. Take your answer which is 75 lbs and change it to ounces, in this case 75 ounces. That is how many ounces of water you need a day. Your body performs mostly on water. If you make sure you get enough water everyday your body will perform at top notch and your body will no longer have the cravings of junk food. You will have a better performing body system to help you work out and feel better thru out your day.
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boxing/kickboxing (taebo if you want)
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wow this is hard. I think it is a million dollar question. I think you have to build a little muscle so that you burn fat. Keep eating healthy, try pilates or other exercise to increase core body muscle strength, do some cardio to burn the fat, and lift some weights to build a little more muscle (you don't need to look like a bodybuilder or anything). I think it just takes a lot more time to get rid of belly fat- especially if you're already a size 3. Crunches and sit-ups don't help burn the fat specifically at the belly, although they may help firm up the muscle underneath and make it look better. Stay away from those belly fat burners-- there are issues with those medications.
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To lose the fat in my belly and arms, I'm eating more fruits and soy while doing many different types of exercises, crunches and weight-lifting included. If you do a ton of different workouts a day, even just a minute or two on each one, you'll get quicker and better results. Also, yes, the diet is important, too.
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You can't target fat on a certain part of the body. Fat loss is cumulative. I see women at my gym doing tons of crunches and stomach work and then hitting the weights for their arms. Nothing ever happens. Know why? Because their diets suck and they aren't expending enough calories. What you need to do is whole-body workouts. You may not have a bike or a treadmill, and your parents aren't helping. You do, however, have legs. Start running or walking.
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Originally Answered: What exercises help to reduce belly fat?
Spot reduction is a myth.
The only way to reduce belly fat is to reduce total body fat.
And the only way to reduce body fat is a reduced calorie diet. Add 40minute cardio sessions to increase the caloric deficit.
Look up a calorie requirement calculator. You enter sex, weight, height, age and activity level and it gives you an idea of how many calories you need a day to maintain, gain or lose weight.
Despite the no carb myth, you can actually eat nothing but Twinkies and Snickers and still lose weight as long as you stay under your daily calorie loss number (look it up, some college professor did it recently and it made front page on Yahoo like it was magic, when it's simply: calories in < calories out).
Of course you'll feel much better if you eat a healthy low cal diet- lean meats like chicken, turkey and fish, egg whites, natural yogurt (it's sour) and cottage cheese, a fruit or veggie at each meal/snack, healthy fats like almonds and walnuts, and healthy carbs like steel cut oats, brown rice, sweet potatoes and limited amounts of low-cal/low-carb breads/wraps/tortillas.