5 Tips To Burn That Stubborn Body Fat

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5 Tips To Burn That Stubborn Body Fat
Finally burn your stubborn body fat and discover your real body hiding underneath!

Why can't you burn that ugly, stubborn body fat?  Good question. Watch television or surf the internet for one hour and you will find quick solutions for burning your fat.  There's only one problem with this.....there are no quick solutions for burning body fat and losing weight!

Start your fat burn adventure by burning total body fat. Never do "spot fat reduction," such as targeting abdominal fat. Spot reduction won't work.

The overall goal should be for you to have a healthy, lean body and not just great looking legs or abs.

Here are some common body fat areas that are sometimes hard to lose:

--belly fat,
--butt/hips/thighs fat,
--low back fat and
--upper back arm fat

Any of those fat areas sound familiar? I think we all have dealt with one or more of those stubborn fat areas. Do you know what to do about it?

First, stop wasting money on fitness gadgets! You don't need them to burn fat and lose weight.

Second, don't spend any more money on fat loss and weight loss pills. You don't need those supplements either. And finally, forget about quick weight loss programs. They don't work long-term and that's why they are called quick!

Burn stubborn and total body fat with these 5 tips:

1. Start a healthy meal plan filled with whole, natural foods. Fruits, vegetables, lean meats, low-fat diary products and whole grains fit the bill. Severely limit sugars, fast foods, processed foods and foods in a box or bag.

I don’t ever recommend any diet that significantly omits one of the macronutrients (carbohydrates, fats, proteins). Your body’s metabolism needs all 3 macronutrients to operate properly. So, diets that are very low in carbohydrates or fats will not help your body in the long-term.

Base your daily caloric intake on your basal metabolic rate, your daily activity and your goals. This way, you won't eat too much or too little (severe calorie restriction).

You need to maintain a caloric deficit on most days to burn fat and lose weight consistently.

2. Drink only water and unsweetened drinks most of the time. Drink about half your body weight in ounces every day. So, if you weigh 150 pounds, drink at least 75 ounces of water every day. This will improve your health and help with weight loss.

3. Start building muscle mass and burning fat at the same time. You must change your body's composition to more muscle and less fat. This will speed up your metabolism and help you burn more calories every day.

You don't need to be a body builder but you need to burn the fat (to an acceptable body fat percentage) on your body and build muscle mass.

And, you must do more than cardio exercise to change your body's composition. "Cardio only" will not lean out your body.

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