how do i lose lower belly fat fast?
Topic: how do i lose lower belly fat fast?
November 14, 2019 / By Allger Question:
ive been doing 100 sit ups for a month now and trimmed my upper belly fat but i still have lower belly fat. what must i do to lose it? leg raises?
Best Answers: how do i lose lower belly fat fast?
Teale | 4 days ago
RUN RUN and RUN sit ups use p very little calories as compared to afull out running/jogging for 30 mts. jogging really increases the heart rate and sucks the fat from all over the body
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Originally Answered: How to lose lower belly fat? ?
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Isolated body muscle(part) workout will not reduce or burn subcutaneous body fat(the fat under the endodermis of skin). Isolated body workout like abdominal crunches etc will only target muscles and will develop them and may burn intramuscular fat if weight training is also followed (for that particular muscle). For burning this extra (subcutaneous) fat which lies in the lower belly(above the groin and love handles you need to do aerobic workout. You will just not be having fat in lower belly and love handles but also in arms and face, as your B.M.I is slightly high with over all fat deposition under the skin, you need an overall cardio(aerobics), weight and strength(passive resistance)workout. And remember while doing aerobics(like cycling and running/jogging etc) will make you have a strong vesicular and cardiac functions and will reduce all your left over fat, but a steady fat loss will be obtained by doing long walks and when I said walk, it means just walking 2-3miles twice a day; not brisk walking or running. Rest, keep a control on your diet( avoid fatty and sugary foods). Do yoga along with aerobics and you will look terrific in few days!!
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Do some energetic exercises! Sit ups are great for toning the muscle, but don't burn much fat off. Try aerobics, or running, or dancing.. anything that will get you moving. You can't lose weight just off one specific spot, but doing something energetic, coupled with your sit ups (as I say, they'll tone your stomach muscles) will get your lower belly fat burned off in no time :)
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Originally Answered: i have a pain in my lower abdomen on the right of my belly button?
Signs and symptoms
Appendicitis can cause a variety of symptoms that may change over time. The most common early symptom is an aching pain around your navel that often shifts later to your lower right abdomen. As the inflammation in your appendix spreads to nearby tissues, especially the inner lining (peritoneum) of your abdomen, the pain may become sharper and more severe.
Eventually, the pain tends to settle in your lower right abdomen ¾ near your appendix at what's known as McBurney point. This point is about halfway between your navel and the top of your right pelvic bone. But the location of your pain may vary, depending on your age and the position of your appendix. Young children, especially, may have appendicitis pain in different places.
If you apply gentle pressure to the area that hurts, it will feel tender. As you release the pressure, especially if you do it suddenly, appendicitis pain often will feel worse (rebound tenderness). It will also tend to get worse if you cough, walk or make other jarring movements. This is particularly true if the inflamed appendix is touching the peritoneum — the silk-like membrane that lines the inner abdominal wall and enfolds the intestines. The pain may lessen somewhat if you lie on your side and pull your knees up toward your chest.
In addition to pain, you may have one or more of the following signs and symptoms:
Nausea and sometimes vomiting
Loss of appetite
A low-grade fever that starts after other signs and symptoms appear
An inability to pass gas