Originally Answered: Whats an easy way to lose weight especially belly fat?
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Anyway, back to you question, there are no easy ways to lose weight. Deciding to lose weight for health issues is a good decision, but it requires dedication and hardwork to achieve this momentous goal.
First, you must have a plan of attack, because failure to plan is planning to fail. You've already assessed how much you weigh: that's step 1. Now you have to say how much you want to lose and in what time span. These are 2 important steps because this is where a lot of people mess up. Either they will want to lose too much or expect to lose a ridiculous amount of weight in a short amount of time. Remember, there are no healthy short cuts to losing weight. Once you have done this, you can go to the next step.
The next step is planning out a healthy diet. Google mypyramid.gov, it's a website run by the USDA and it has a free online calculator where you can roughly estimate how many calories you should be eating a day along with the proportions of fruits, vegetables, grains, and meat for a person of your age, height, weight, and level of physical activity. Once you have done this, look it over and make actual changes to your diet. DO NOT STARVE YOURSELF!!!! This is another problem that people do. Also, try to eat 5 to 6 light meals instead of eating the traditional 3 meals. Spacing things out through the day will help you keep satisfied instead of making your body try to digest everything at once. The guideline that the website gives you is quite accurate, but if you feel that it isn't enough, then change it or ask a doctor or athletic trainer or nutritionist about your diet. Then, stick to it! Don't falter! It's ok to indulge every once in a while, so don't beat yourself up over it. But stay strong, and you can do it.
Now, it's time for exercise. Create an exercise plan that focuses mostly on cardiovascular activity for overall weight loss and use muscular endurance/strength exercises to specifically tone areas of your body. Good cardiovascular exercises include running, walking, dancing, and swimming (very, very good for you I really recommend it). For muscular endurance/strength exercises, well there are numerous ones to chose from. For targeting the belly, do crunches, situps, oblique crunches (for the love handles), dips, bridges, leg lifts, and even pushups (you have to tighten your abs to keep your body straight). When you first start out, don't over work yourself. Start out gradually with your reps, sets, time of exercise, and frequency during the week, and slowly increase them over time when you become stronger.
Well, that's all I can think of right now. If you have any more questions, feel free to ask or even better go to a doctor, nutritionist, or athletic trainer for answers. Hope this helps and good luck! Remember, your hard work for treating your body right will pay off!