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Tuesday, October 4, 2016

Stomach, Arms, Thighs, Back, Neck And More & How To Lose Fat

The Women's and man Health Diet isn't about eating less; it's about eating more—more nutrient-dense food, to crowd out the empty calories and keep you full all day. That's important, because restricting food will kill your metabolism. It sends a signal to your body that says, "I'm starving here!" And your body responds by slowing your metabolic rate to hold on to existing energy stores.




What's worse, if the food shortage (meaning, your crash diet) continues, you'll begin burning muscle tissue, which just gives your enemy, visceral fat, a greater advantage. Your metabolism slows further, and fat goes on to claim even more territory.


Kill The Assumed Solution

Now how do we solve this problem?

Well, if you’re like the vast majority of the population, you assume that the solution lies in the way that you workout the specific area of your body that you’re trying to lose fat from.

So if it’s stomach fat, you put your time, effort and focus on exercises like crunches, sit-ups, leg raises and various other ab exercises.

If it’s chest fat, you put your time, effort and focus on exercises like bench presses, dumbbell flyes, push-ups and various other chest exercises.

If it’s thigh fat… it’s usually the inner-thigh machine, outer-thigh machine, squats, lunges, leg presses, leg extensions and leg curls.

If it’s arm fat… it’s usually triceps kickbacks, overhead dumbbell extensions and cable pushdowns.

If it’s back fat… it’s usually various rows and lat pull-downs.

Basically, think of any part of your body. Then, think of the most common exercises for that body part. Got them? Cool. That’s what most people will turn to when they want to lose fat from that specific part of their body.

From there, people will typically do multiple sets of multiple exercises, and those sets will almost always be higher in reps (anywhere from 10-20 reps seems most common, although it can go as high as 50 or even 100 reps per set when it comes to ab exercises).
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