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    caloric deficit / walk

    Clearly you want this physique. Many have it, its easy to gain.

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    (Original post by ROONEY-9-MUTD)
    caloric deficit / walk

    Clearly you want this physique. Many have it, its easy to gain.

    Most forums I checked suggest the same thing.But,I'm confused about how much to change my diet.
    Cut protein in half.Add vegetables.No carbs.Would this be a good diet plan?(I will continue my home workouts.)
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    Healthy diet, calorie deficit and increasing your cardio to reduce overall body fat

    Then ab exercises can give definition

    Everyone has a six pack underneath the fat, but you need better food choices and exercises to reduce the fat then ab muscles are more visible

    It won't take forever either
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    (Original post by economist2)
    Most forums I checked suggest the same thing.But,I'm confused about how much to change my diet.
    Cut protein in half.Add vegetables.No carbs.Would this be a good diet plan?(I will continue my home workouts.)
    Loss of weight to see abs

    Calculate your caloric maintenance level. Minus that by 400kcal = caloric deficit.


    Protein [g per lb of body weight] carb and fats [now separate the rest of the calories between these two, note that a each g of carb = 4 calories and each g of fat = 9 calories.


    You don't want to lose weight too fast. 1lb per week would be decent.
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    By protein powder and bulk. Want at least 3500 kcals per day and up to 150g of protein.
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    your body fat% need to be about 16% or lower for abs to be visible. Don't worry about direct ab exercises at all.
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    (Original post by economist2)
    I have a belly.How do I make it go away?Cant afford gym.Suggest some home exercises.I'm an amateur at working out.Currently I'm doing 50 pushups(sets of 20,15)100 sit ups and 50 squat per day.Basically,I keep going until I wear out.I'v been doing this for a few months now.Result is my arms have gotten bigger,but no change in my tummy.any advice?

    You need to be reducing body fat. Do interval training to reduce the bodyfat, and weighted ab exercises to build/thicken up the abs. Clean diet is imperative. Abs are made in the kitchen!
 
 
 
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