Do you have a particular area where it seems impossible to burn fat? 

 

The abdominal region has been highlighted as a 'problem area' among many individuals looking to lose weight. But why? And more importantly, what is the best way to burn belly fat? 

 

To effectively answer this question, we need to go back to the basics. 

 

Everything you do within a 24 hour period, be it sleeping, training, eating, or working, all results in an expenditure of energy, which we refer to as Total Daily Energy Expenditure (TDEE). This daily energy expenditure varies between each individual, depending on activity levels and the total energy output.  

 

CALORIES IN VS. CALORIES OUT

Energy expenditure essentially refers to the amount of energy (calories) that we burn throughout our day. In order to lose body fat, we must eat less calories calories that we burn. 

 

We all know that training burns calories, however we ultimately have no control over where we lose this fat from. There is no direct correlation between the body part trained and the area of fat lost.

 

Unfortunately, this is something that is predetermined in our genetics. The way our bodies burn fat is different for everyone!

 

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The reality is that abs will become visible when an individual's body fat percentage allows it. While you may be burning calories when you train abs, you are not necessarily getting rid of the stubborn fat that settles on top of the abdominal muscle.

 

Before you spend countless hours training abs every day, ensure that you understand that it is important to lower your body fat percentage through the right diet choices, combined with physical activity in order to properly show those abs off!

 

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