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Originally posted by TOUSHA11 TOUSHA11 wrote:

Anybody have tips on how to get my stomach flatter? I am doing aerobic exercise plus some strength training but I am not in any GYM I am just doing this at home. I use various Youtube video and some weighs I bought.I also do some crunches hear and there but nothing to extensive and I do know I can not spot reduce but I need some more help please.

only things i can suggest is cutting breads and pasta and stomach vacuums (youtube)
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Originally posted by HunnyB HunnyB wrote:

Originally posted by TOUSHA11 TOUSHA11 wrote:

Anybody have tips on how to get my stomach flatter? I am doing aerobic exercise plus some strength training but I am not in any GYM I am just doing this at home. I use various Youtube video and some weighs I bought.I also do some crunches hear and there but nothing to extensive and I do know I can not spot reduce but I need some more help please.
Try planks and leg lifts to target the lower abs....But you HAVE to make sure you are eating good (no carbs after 1pm)LOL

I've lost 5 inches in my waist from doing the above + cardio
Good to know! Thanks for the tip.
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Originally posted by BrownQtee BrownQtee wrote:

Originally posted by HunnyB HunnyB wrote:

Originally posted by TOUSHA11 TOUSHA11 wrote:

Anybody have tips on how to get my stomach flatter? I am doing aerobic exercise plus some strength training but I am not in any GYM I am just doing this at home. I use various Youtube video and some weighs I bought.I also do some crunches hear and there but nothing to extensive and I do know I can not spot reduce but I need some more help please.
Try planks and leg lifts to target the lower abs....But you HAVE to make sure you are eating good (no carbs after 1pm)LOL

I've lost 5 inches in my waist from doing the above + cardio
Good to know! Thanks for the tip.
Pretty interesting indeed! here is some additional useful info:

Step 1

Start the day with a balanced breakfast. Have a serving of carbohydrates (whole grains or fruits) and a portion of lean protein, such as turkey sausage, skim milk or scrambled eggs. You can add variety by using vegetables some days and add them to omelettes or sandwiches.

Step 2

Have a complete lunch that features all food groups. Two servings of complex carbohydrate (whole grains), a serving of protein and two cups of vegetables provides all needed nutrients and an appropriate amount of calories without affecting your weight loss efforts.

Step 3

Have a protein or meal replacement shake mid-afternoon. You can choose from ready-to-drink canned meals or buy protein mixes at the gym or health food store. If you choose the second option, mix with water or skim milk to save on calories.

Step 4

Drink an additional shake during dinner time. Choose a shake that contains 250 to 300 calories per serving, so you are taking in enough calories and nutrients to keep you energized. You can also have a soup for dinner, but keep in mind that this may have fewer calories and nutrients, so it may affect your overall energy level. For best results, alternate soup days with shake days.

Step 5

Consider making your own shakes if money is a concern. You can do so by using frozen berries or bananas, skim milk and a couple of tablespoons of dried skimmed milk powder. Mix all ingredients in a blender. This will provide protein power, as well as nutrients.

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  • Pay attention to how you feel while following this program. As long as your energy levels remain high and you don't become sluggish or dizzy, you can continue following this diet. Ideally, though, you should use this as a way to jumpstart your weight loss efforts and switch to solid foods after 7 to 10 days.

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  • Don't forget to have 8 to 10 glasses of water a day. Water will keep hunger at bay, so you won't feel deprived for bot having solid foods after 2 p.m. Also, water accelerates metabolism and flushes out toxins, so it helps keep you healthy during the dieting process.
 
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The info I posted was not eating carbs after 2pm.
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LOL I thought he posted it. Thanks ladies. I knew it looked advanced. My behind would be in a crumpled heap. I would love some kettlebells. I do like the chair dips afro posted. I think I'll just try 5 days of cardio (I gots to burn) and add in bodyparts each day. 
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he did post it..lol
 
I just answered the questions although you asked Ak..
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Embarrassed Thanks Rumbera. I am regrouping after falling off the wagon and down the hillCry But so far I am down about 10 lbs. 
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yes rummy correct

i only ever did turkish getups at one point in my training life

clumsy as hell and she is very very advanced
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