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IN Health & Fitness ON 16 May, 2016
Don't you all hate it when you work so hard in the gym to remove your side fat but no matter what you do, you can't seem to get rid of it. So what can be done?
Even thousands of ab crunches aren't working and you're having a tough time fitting into your slim fit dresses now. But don't worry, because we've got a good and effective solution for you.
So just hold tight and sit back because we're about to blow your mind with some useful ways to reduce side fat.
But nothing seems to be going right.
But don't worry, 'cause with these few tricks, you can finally get slimmer.
Performing side crunches or bicycle crunches will help to incorporate your abdominals and obliques better. The muscles at the center are your abdominals and the muscles on the side are obliques. Hence, you need to perform exercises that also incorporate obliques to burn out the side fat.
The plank position is a very difficult one to achieve so don't go all out on your first try. Make sure you keep your arm straight down and gradually increase your time.
This one isn't easy either, but hold this position for 30 seconds with breaks in the middle. Don't stress out yourself too much because abs soreness is a real thing too.
Another variation of the plank position, but this time your lower limbs are suspended on a ball. So entire stress goes to your abs and obliques.
Reduce coffee intake or avoid any heavy cream into your coffee. Reduce on fries from your next meal and try to keep away from dessert. Basically, cut down where you can and switch to eating fruits when you're hungry.
Rely on natural sweeteners like fruits and vegetables rather than adding sugar to every dish.
There's always a difference between good and bad cholesterol. The same way, you have good and bad fats as well. Avoid oily foods and consume your daily calories from healthy fats.
If you have a boring desk job, try to hike things up a bit. Take a walk after every hour and keep exercising your arms and legs while sitting on your chair. Try to stay as active as possible.
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