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post #601 of 5148 (permalink) Old 06-19-2009, 12:36 PM
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Continue what you're doing. You can't really spot reduce fat so a good diet and enough cardio daily should do the job.

If it's just loose muscle, then stretches and crunches of all kind can help
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Continue what you're doing. You can't really spot reduce fat so a good diet and enough cardio daily should do the job.

If it's just loose muscle, then stretches and crunches of all kind can help
Ok thanks. I do crunches (not as much as I should do probably). I just thought maybe there was something I was doing wrong, or more like not doing, as it has been a while since I noticed a difference. Thanks again.
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If you want, you could start weight training a little before you do your cardio so that you burn more fat all around but diet is the most important thing.
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If you want, you could start weight training a little before you do your cardio so that you burn more fat all around but diet is the most important thing.
Well I think my diet is ok for what I want. I eat plenty of fruit, all the meat I eat is grilled, plenty of pasta, rice etc. I rarely eat junk food or candy bars etc so I'll try and up the number of crunches etc I do and maybe do a little weight training before my cardio. Thanks again.
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Well I think my diet is ok for what I want. I eat plenty of fruit, all the meat I eat is grilled, plenty of pasta, rice etc. I rarely eat junk food or candy bars etc so I'll try and up the number of crunches etc I do and maybe do a little weight training before my cardio. Thanks again.
I don't know if you have access to gym equipment or not but if not, try out this ab circuit below:

Ab Circuit: (no rest)

Reverse crunch: 20
Crunch: 20
Reverse crunch: 10
Crunch: 10
Reverse crunch: 5
Crunch: 5
Bicycle: 30 seconds

If you do every single rep with good form and squeeze, you'll be wincing in pain by the time you get to the 5 reverse crunches. Awesome circuit, you'll gain a fair amount of muscle in the abdominals from this.

Like Invincible said, you're doing everything right really. Just watch what you're eating and do a little bit of core exercises to help reduce the fat in the midsection.



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Thanks for the ab circuit Mitch

I been looking for something good for a while now, going to give that a try tonight for sure.
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You're welcome. Let me know how it treats ya'.



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I don't know if you have access to gym equipment or not but if not, try out this ab circuit below:

Ab Circuit: (no rest)

Reverse crunch: 20
Crunch: 20
Reverse crunch: 10
Crunch: 10
Reverse crunch: 5
Crunch: 5
Bicycle: 30 seconds

If you do every single rep with good form and squeeze, you'll be wincing in pain by the time you get to the 5 reverse crunches. Awesome circuit, you'll gain a fair amount of muscle in the abdominals from this.

Like Invincible said, you're doing everything right really. Just watch what you're eating and do a little bit of core exercises to help reduce the fat in the midsection.
I tried the circuit today before I started my cardio and you're right I was wincing in pain when I reached the 5 reverse crunches. The circuit is awesome, thanks for sharing.
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Re: Workout/Staying in Shape Thread

Hello to everyone.This thread has been very helpful to me so far.I am 6 ft 152 pounds so I would like to gain some weight,I have started going to the gym,I'm in a pretty good shape,so do you guys have any suggestions?
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First run through was good. I added 10 pound plate for the crunches to make it a bit more difficult on myself. Might add heavier plate when I do it next. Good shit, I suck at the bicycle crunches though
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