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Health | Jun 13, 2008

Why You can't see your Flat Tummy (abs) no matter what you do!

Developing a lean, flat stomach takes time and patience, especially when it comes to those last few kgs in those hard- to- lose places. I won't lie to you, but, you can do it, anybody can do it.

There is only one way to lose fat in the so-called "stubborn areas" and that is with the correct combination of proper diet (my MeltDFat SECRET fat loss food Plan), aerobic exercise (I can show you how easy you can do it), abdominal training (my 3 times a week abs (tummy) exercise), and weight training.

The first thing you need to realize is that it is impossible to "spot reduce" fat from one specific part of the body.

Fat loss occurs systemically, meaning that you can't control where the fat comes from. When you burn fat for energy, you will draw it from all areas of the body (that's why I recommend the melt d fat in Nigeria TOTAL Body Perfect program- melt d fat the healthy way saving time) and the first place you tend to put it on will be the last place it comes off.
The reason everyone has those "stubborn" spots is because each of us is born with a genetic pattern of fat storage, just as we inherit hair color, eye color, and other physical traits. In females, the stubborn areas tend to be hips, thighs, and the waist. In men, the troublesome areas are usually the lower abs (tummy).

Many people labor away month after month trying to exercise specific areas of their body with the idea that fat will be burned directly off the area they are working (a mistake).

Training the abdominals every day with hundreds of repetitions will certainly tighten and tone the muscles, but it will do almost nothing to remove the fat obscuring the muscles.

In fact, it is possible to have a great set of abs that you can't even see because they are covered up with a layer of fat!

The best way to burn the layer of flab from your tummy is not to do more abdominal exercise, but to do more.....Finish this report on

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