Belly fat can ruin your looks as well as your confidence. Even those who eat clean and hit the gym hard are struggling with this issue. Sometimes, stomach fat has little to do with your diet or workout routine. It may be a sign of hormonal imbalances, bad genes, fluid retention, or chronic stress. Thus, you need to address all of these factors and tweak your lifestyle habits.
Fitness & Nutrition
Want to build lean muscle and get fit? Feeling confused about strength training and cardio? If so, you're not alone. Most women skip the weights and spend hours on the treadmill. Yet, they complain about not getting results.
Want bigger, stronger muscles? Struggling with a plateau? If so, it's time to do something about it! In order for your muscles to grow, you need to shock them with different stimuli. This can be done by adding more plates to the bar, trying new lifting techniques, or changing workout variables, such as the number of reps and sets.
Struggling with late-night munchies? Want to keep fit and get a good night's sleep? If so, watch what you eat before bedtime! Some foods can boost your metabolism and help you burn more calories at night. Others have the opposite effect. They not only make you fat but also affect your sleep and energy levels.
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