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    Easiest way to get rid of Lower Stomach Fat

    Hi Everyone,

    I'm 19, 6'2 and currently weighing 198lbs. I do boxing & a goal of mine for this year is to have atleast 30 amateur fights and start fighting next year.
    I'm currently on the Keto diet, living in Australia & being of european decent doesn't help when you're trying to be strict. Parents & Grandparents always forcing you to eat carbs :/
    Anyways, I am on ISO Sensation 93 and Casein. Take 1MR and jack3d sometimes & take fish oil, flaxseed oil, multi-vitamin, astragalus tablets every day.
    I've had this f*****g gut for ever since i can remember, I used to be 230lbs, now ive cut down but still have the fkn gut

    How do I target this? I've been out of training for 4 weeks due to injuries.

    If i can get rid of this lower stomach fat I will be ecstatic!

    cheers & greeting from Melbourne
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    Well it's easier said then done to be honest. How bad were the injuries for you to do some cardio? Being sedentary with a bad diet is only hindering your goal. Granted your injuries are stopping you from this. The best thing to do if you can't exercise is to be on a strict diet with a caloric deficit.
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    It's a matter of calories in vs calories burned. How many calories do u eat a day?
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    well 75% of body image is based on diet, could you post your macros as well as a typical diet? You mention a lot of carbs, but how much approximately?
    Go big, or go home.
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    Originally Posted by obey46 View Post
    Well it's easier said then done to be honest. How bad were the injuries for you to do some cardio? Being sedentary with a bad diet is only hindering your goal. Granted your injuries are stopping you from this. The best thing to do if you can't exercise is to be on a strict diet with a caloric deficit.
    I've just had exams, my bad for the late reply!
    Cheers for the advie guys. I consume around 2,200 calories a day, sometimes more. Due to exams I havent been boxing so it's going to be interesting to see how much I weigh. Starting on Sunday I will have a strict diet and train 2 hours a day cardio/boxing and 45mins of weight training for each part of the body

    Monday - arms 9:30-10:30 boxing 4:30pm Spar
    Tuesday - legs 9:30-10:30 boxing 6.00pm Bike/Treadmill
    Wedneday - Chest 9:30-10:30 boxing 4:30 Spar
    Thursday - back 9:30-10:30 boxing
    Friday - Shoulders 9:30-10:30 boxing 4:30 Spar

    I maintain a strict diet which usually consists of
    chicken, broccoli, spinach, tuna, red meat, egg whites, a lot of ricotta, baked beans, asparagus, eggplant, fish.
    A usual day for me would consist of:

    Breakfast: Cottage Cheese mixed with yoghurt, nuts and honey
    Lunch: 2 Chicken Breast and 160grams of Spinach
    Snack: Tin of Tuna
    Dinner: Red Meat & Vegetables

    Is that too much if I want to cut up? There's a lot of calories in that but not a lot of carbs.
    Thnak for your posts guys im ecstatic to get off to a good start starting Sunday

    Furthermore, Im running low on the protein, what portein should I buy? I found a place 40mins away that sells gold standard for $79 as a pose to me purchasing ISO (118$)
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    those stubborn areas are the last to go :/, keep with a soild diet and workout regiment and all will fall into place! As previously stated the only way to lose fat weight is burning more calories than you take in
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    To put it in the most simple way I can think of:

    Find out how many calories you can consume a day

    Start counting calories in your food and make your goal to have a deficit of 500 every day (maintenance - 500= ?)

    Do cardio every day (try to burn at least 300-500 calories a day).


    Follow this and you'll start seeing progress within a week.
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    I notice that my belt line has no fat , so i wonder if you wore something tight around tummy it would stop fat from depositing in that area?
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    Try Lyle McDonald's stubborn fat protocol. It's basically doing 5 min high intensity cardio and then going steady state for 45-60 min. There is science behind the method and he explains it pretty well (if you care to read it, but I suggest you just try it.)
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