You can’t spot train any part of the body, including the arms and belly. However, you can focus on shedding fat all over – resulting in belly and arm fat loss.
Accomplish your fat loss goals with healthy lifestyle changes, like cardio activity and strength training. You also need to cut calorie intake to shed unwanted kilograms.
If you want to shed arm and belly fat, you need to focus on creating a low carbohydrate diet, like the Manna Diet as described in the free e-book.
A calorie deficit occurs when the body burns more calories than it needs. As a result, your body is forced to tap into fat reserves, which causes arm and belly fat loss.
Fat Burning Cardio
Get the most from your workouts and shed arm and belly fat quicker with intense cardio activity. High intensity exercises for short period’s increases calorie burning much faster than to exercise for long periods at a time.
Don’t forget to incorporate strength training into your workout routine. With strength training, you burn arm and belly fat, even after your workout is over. Use resistance tubing, free weights or your own body weight to shed fat.
For example, you can use your own body weight with exercises such as abdominal crunches and pull-ups. Aim to strength train 20 to 30 minutes, at least twice weekly.
Losing arm and belly fat requires dietary changes. Focus on eating foods that help you feel full on fewer calories. High fiber foods are a good choice. The body takes longer to digest fiber, helping you feel more satisfied. Fruits, vegetables and whole grains are high in fiber.
Other good options for weight loss include lean protein sources, such as lentils, skinless chicken and beans. High fat dairy, including cottage cheese and yogurt are also good choices.
Include good oils, such as olive and fish oils, but cut out all starches, like bread, pasta, rice, potatoes, as well as all sugars and artificial sugars. Include good carbs, like whole wheat pasta, whole wheat or seed bread, brown rice, etc.
Take the Manna Blood Sugar Support caplets with each meal to help slow release the glucose from the food to the blood stream, which help to balance blood sugar levels and suppress appetite.