In this video you’ll learn the 3 best evidence-backed tips to answer the question “How to Lose Stubborn Fat”, commonly known as “Lower Abdominal Fat”.



  1. For those watching, I would not take BCAA's in the fasted state (going against my word in this video) since it does take you out of the fasted state and may in fact decrease protein synthesis which is the opposite effect you're looking for. I was not aware of this at the time of making this video and the research supporting this is relatively new but sufficient nonetheless. I will make a new video on my updated stance regarding BCAA's and I apologize for any confusion I created by recommending it in this video – I think part of being an evidence-based fitness professional is being open to new evidence and that often means challenging and changing your own biases and beliefs.

  2. I believe this helps. I'm trying (and succeeding) at intermittent fasting aswell. But I got to get up at 6:30 to leave for work at 7 and I'll be at work till 5. The Gym is right next to work so that's when I train (3 days a week). I can't train in the fasted state 🙁 is this crucial? Or how can I best do this? I also do calisthenics in a circuit workout, so as little rest as possible.

  3. If we’re doing fasted cardio and weight training in the morning, but only breaking our fast around noon wouldn’t that cause some form of protein breakdown? I typically train at 5 in the morning and then work from 7-4 so I’ve been having a hard time trying to figure out how to implement intermittent fasting.

  4. Hey Jeremy – when it comes to intermittent fasting is it keep the eating window of 8hrs between morning 8am to evening 4pm where you can take like 2 meals ( breakfast and lunch ) and then skip the dinner which will fall into the 16hr window ? Or is it better to do it the way you mentioned which is eat between 12noon to 8pm and fast during the other time ? Would there be a difference ?

  5. what if you have a high physic job? and you are tired and not able to workout ? i eat noon and evening only, drinks lots of coffee and water… still can't lose last belly fat… after how many monthsshould i see more results lol

  6. I have a question iam not eating in the morning, school till 14 pm so iam „fasting“ for like 4 years and i think iam over 12% bf shoud i eat in the morning and in the school or is this good?

  7. I have been training hard down from 85 to 76kg (10% body fat) but that stubborn fat is still here. Now for some weeks I slowly see progress. Its all about continuity. Train on empty stomach, drink apple vinegar and amino acids. I do 5x trainings a week with a lot of core and cable exercises. Thanks for the video. You nailed it

  8. Is 30 seconds on and 45 seconds off at 7.5 mph 4 days a week too much? I’ve been doing it for a month and a half now and haven’t gotten any results. I burn around 2,500 calories a day when working out and take in around 1,500.

  9. Bro I have some questions I NEED answered id hella appreciate you brotha !! I’ve been following you’re workouts! And definitely has been helping me bro! But the fasting tip. I’ve been fasting in a different way. So I only eat every 24 hours and that’s my dinner. And I usually give myself a 2 hour window from 6-8pm to eat. But I do drink protein shakes and a little bit of jerky threw out the day. Do you consider this to be healthy way to lose fat? I definitely have noticed a difference in fat loss and a huge increase in muscle mass. I’d consider myself right now muscle fat. I have definitely seen a huge change in weight loss to my face, arms, chest and shoulders. But like you said not very much into my gut! So bro I’d love some feed back!! I even gave you a shout out on my Facebook today telling people to watch you’re post!! So help a brotha out 🤣💪🏽🙌🏽

  10. I have 5 lectures in the morning, while I want to do intermittent fasting, there’s just no way I can get through my classes without any food… any tips to prevent myself from passing out?

  11. I’ve seen many videos saying that fasted cardio is good for you because it burns more fat then carbs but after the workout your body burn more and more carbs instead of fat


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