Big belly :(
hi mates, my name is John and I am from UK, I am 175cm and I weigh 100kg. My belly is too big and I am ashamed of this, what kind of training should i do to loose this extra weight?
Here is an article for your problem. Read it:
"One of the best ways to lose belly fat is by building muscle. It is a well known fact that muscles burn more calories than fat does. What's even more exciting is that calories are burnt even when you are not doing anything.
* Sitting? - Yes you are burning calories.
* Standing? - Yes.
* Sleeping? - Yes you are still at it.
Building muscles is not hard, but it will take time. So don't despair if you don't see results right away. The other thing to remember is that they weigh more than fat. So, as you start building them don't panic if your weight increases - it is normal.
When people think of muscle building, the first thing they think about is body builders. Body builders are doing it as a sport. You don't have to do as much as they do. But following some of their techniques will help you get rid of body fat and increase muscle mass. Word of caution - please stick to natural means.
You can also do stomach crunches to specifically target the area around your belly. But make sure to also work on other parts of your body. The benefits of this are enormous.
Another easy way to build them, is by resistance training or strength training. Always make sure that you get the guidance of a professional before doing any kind of strength training. You want to make sure that you are using the weights correctly. Either go to a local gym and have them show you how to do it correctly. Or buy a strength training DVD and some free weights and learn it at home.
If you don't feel like buying weights, here is something else you can try - resistance training with bands. What you do here is use bands which provide the resistance needed for you to build muscle. You can buy a DVD to show you how to use the resistance bands. Building muscles is just one way to Lose Belly Fat.
Belly fat can be dangerous. It can lead to heart problems and other health risks."