Body Fat Tip:
Since the basic premise of weight loss and getting in shape is to take in less calories than you burn, you shouldn't waste those valuable calories on drinks. Instead of drinking soda or sugary juices, drink water and save those calories. This can be the key to taking in less than you're burning.Set reasonable goals when trying to lose weight. If you can successfully reach small goals on a regular basis, it will boost your confidence. Small goals are more doable and less intimidating. You are more likely to keep weight off if you lose it slowly, and you are more likely to stick with a new exercise plan if you do not overdo it.
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. . Sit-ups don’t work. Here’s how to really get rid of your lower belly pooch.
0:08 The problem with sit-ups
0:30 Reverse sit-ups
1:33 Diet for lower belly pooch
In this video, I’m going to share with you the best exercise to get rid of a lower belly pooch (flab in the lower part of the stomach). Many people do a massive number of sit-ups thinking they will help with this issue. But, doing sit-ups doesn’t seem to help with that lower belly flab or looseness. Sit-ups basically cause your lower stomach to actually relax and become even looser.
You can do reverse sit-ups by tightening up the butt muscles and extending back over and over while standing. This can help tighten the lower abdomen muscles and the skin. To prevent any lower back pain when you’re first starting out with this exercise, begin doing it about 25 times, rest, and repeat. Try this every other day, and then increase the numbers of reps and the number of days you do this exercise each week. Make sure to really focus on tightening the butt muscles to help avoid lower back pain.
How to get rid of lower belly pooch with diet:
• Do the healthy keto diet but keep your carbs below 10g instead of 50g
• Do intermittent fasting
• Cut down the fats you consume
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Thanks for watching! Try reverse sit-ups, as well as these tips, to help get rid of your lower belly pooch.