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  1. Ok so it wasn't just me…lol. I started training after a doctors visit. I was borderline diabetic (but not actually diagnosed with it), my cholesterol was high with high blood pressure, not to mention I was built like a pear with legs. I lost 25lbs and most of my stomach 7 months later, but the stubborn bottom belly fat just isn't going away fast enough!!! I got a six pack but I don't have the definition I'm looking for yet. Guess I'll keep at it since I lost most of it. Kinda glad to hear that others are having this problem. I'm thinking its something I'm not doing correctly, but I am going to switch up my routine more.

  2. None of this matters if you don't eat right also. You can go to the gym and workout for 5 months. If you don't change your diet you won't see much change. I don't eat red meat, I don't eat junk food and I snack on nuts, fruits and greek yogurt. Eat more salads and not just with lettuce or just make a protein shake/smoothie with a blend of fruits and veggies.I don't incorporate alot of cardio because I walk everywhere and I'm a active person. Strictly weights, bands or bodyweight. To get your six pack like any other muscle you need resistance.

  3. Can anyone Tell me your opinion about my routine and How long would it take for me to get abs

    5 Days a week: Mon-Fri
    (1)HIIT -jumping jack , jumping rope and High knees -15min
    (2) Kickboxing -15 min
    2 Days a week: sat&sun
    (1)Abs workout – 10 min
    No rest day

    protein oriented, Atkin20 diet with intermittent fasting and daily calorie intake: 500-700

    19 yrs old, 20-24% body fat, 70 kg (155lbs), 167 cm (5'7)


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