Outrageous Stomach Fat Myth

This outrageous stomach fat myth is something that 9/10 people who exercise buy into. So the chances are reading this article will take a lot closer if one of your fitness goals is to burn stomach fat.

The problem is everyone thinks you need to do exercise after exercise on your stomach to reduce fat to the area.  And even if you are one of the few people who do more effective stomach exercise, eg. planks instead of sit-ups, that alone will not get you the reduced stomach fat you are looking for.

You also need to perform total body exercises that engage the core in different ways. Two great examples of this are squats are deadlifts. With both of these exercises you are engaging the core in a totally different way compared to a regular stomach exercise.

You are actually engaging more muscle fibres with these two exercises than most stomach exercises. You may not get the same ‘burn’ feeling you do with a sit-up, but they are far more effective in burning stomach fat. You can do both of these exercises from home, check the search column on the right for descriptions of both.

Today’s Takeaway – But don’t just stop at these two exercises, really concentrate on engaging your core as much as possible during every exercise you do for best results.

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This entry was posted on June 24, 2010 at 12:50 pm and is filed under abs. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.

 

 


Will Eating Certain Fruit Make Me Fat?

Every now and then I get asked about the real ‘healthiness’ of fruit. Some studies out there claim that certain fruits can make you fat. Whereas most healthy diets recommend a diet full of fruit to be healthy and help you lose weight. So what’s the truth?

All fruits do contain sugar, that’s the first thing to confirm. However the type of sugar they contain is natural and organic. This means the sugar is good for you and useful to your body rather than being refined and unhealthy like the sort of sugar people put in their tea/coffee.

It’s the fruits that are highest in these sugars that often get accused of being fattening. Bananas are the prime example of this, and you would be amazed you many people avoid them because of it.

I strongly believe that all fruit is good for you and will not make you put on weight. As I have already said, the sugar is fruit is unrefined and natural so the body uses and burns off the sugar.

If I were to be ultra critical I would steer people away from eating too much fruit all together in one sitting without any other food. If you ate 3 or more pieces of fruit at the same time your body would have a lot of sugar to deal with all in 1 go. The best way to get round this is add something else to the fruit to balance out the sugars. Some low fat natural yogurt would be a great choice.

Today’s Takeaway – Fruit is not fattening! And don’t believe anyone who says it is.

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This entry was posted on June 16, 2010 at 2:16 pm and is filed under Fruit and Veg, nutrition. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.

 

 


All in One Ultimate Stomach Exercise

The two most common exercises for the stomach area are crunches (sit-ups) and the plank. What if you could you just 1 exercise that incorporated the benefits of both all into one? This would double the effectiveness of your workout half the time!

This exercise is called the Spiderman Crunch. 

Position: Rest on your hands and feet, facing the floor and with your body raised up.

 Technique:  Alternately draw one knee up towards the same shoulder, crunching through the stomach. Squeeze it as high as possible.

Points to Remember: Keep your hips down and back flat. The further you slide your legs back the more difficult it becomes.

If the above if really difficult for you, don’t panic, just do 2 reps at a time resting in between before attempting any more.

As you will notice from the above description you are holding a straight-arm plank as well as crunching your knee up using your abs. This means you are getting the best of both exercises. It’s really important that you engage your stomach muscles as you crunch the knee up towards your hand.

Today’s Takeaway - The more muscles you can work in each exercise the more fat you burn. The Spiderman Crunch is a prime example of this.

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This entry was posted on June 10, 2010 at 7:47 am and is filed under abs, Home Exercise. You can follow any responses to this entry through the RSS 2.0 feed. You can leave a response, or trackback from your own site.

 

 


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