Are you eating healthy much of the time, exercising a lot, and still find your fat-burning efforts at a plateau.
It seems easier to lose the first 30 pounds than the last bit of fat around your middle.
You want to get lean — for reasons that may vary from improved physical performance to better health to better looks.
It’s not always easy to get rid of that stubborn belly fat — or any fat, for that matter, as you can’t “spot reduce” just your belly fat.
So, here are a list of things you can do to break through that plateau, if you’ve been exercising and eating fairly healthy for awhile but have seen your progress slow considerably.
Who Should Use These Tips
Again, this post is aimed at those who have been exercising regularly and maintain fitness routine for at least a few months and who already eat fairly healthy.
It’s for those who want to break through a plateau and speed up their fat-burning [Fat Burning Workouts], lean-making progress. It’s for those who are looking for leanness and not hugeness.
If that’s you, read on.
If you don’t exercise regularly, you start right away (assuming you don’t have major health problems) and that you start out slowly.
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