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How to stop fat moving about whilst running? watch

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    A couple of months ago I had a spell where I was going to the gym quite a lot. I actually enjoyed running on treadmills and could push my heart rate right up. However, I found that the irksome part wasn't the tiredness from running, but more the constant moving about of my excess stomach fat (as I do carry more of it than I should!). This is quite a bit of an annoyance and has made me get cramps before when running, which deters me from doing it even though I enjoy the exercise itself.

    Is there a specific item I can get that can hold it all in place and stop it from "jiggling" about, like some sort of harness or body compressor?
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    ever thought of trying to lose weight? some people.
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    You could always tie a belt/belts around it :rofl:
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    I actually burst out laughing at the title of this thread!!!!

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    Buy a sports bra.
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    (Original post by f.loco)
    I actually burst out laughing at the title of this thread!!!!

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    Good for you.
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    don`t laugh - i`m being serious here - a sports girdle?....

    [url]http://www.amazon.com/Underworks-BUSTER-12-inch-Zip-N-Trim-Girdle/dp/B00BF3EFY8[/url

    If not, then what about a compression t-shirt?

    (note on sizes: i have a 35 inch waist, and my t-shirt is a "large")
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    you could try wearing really tight lycra leggings / clothes to hold your body fat in place.
    not sure if it will work but no harm in trying
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    (Original post by Hasufel)
    don`t laugh - i`m being serious here - a sports girdle?....

    http://www.amazon.com/Underworks-BUS.../dp/B00BF3EFY8
    Holy ****ing **** :rofl:
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    (Original post by InternetGangster)
    ever thought of trying to lose weight? some people.
    :clap2: No, I thought I'd just ask the Internet in case I get a humourous response...
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    (Original post by omegaSQU4RED)
    Good for you.
    Joking, but what I did (before when I was fat, around 4 years ago, was to wear tracky's and tighten up the lace things on the waist, it helped me alot!)
    BTW I started laughing even more when people said 'use a bra' !! LOOOOOOOL

    This is too jokes, made my day
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    (Original post by Masih ad-Dajjal)
    Holy ****ing **** :rofl:
    LOoOL I'm crying of laughter!!!
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    (Original post by f.loco)
    LOoOL I'm crying of laughter!!!
    I just imagine myself running behind some fat guy wearing this, spanking him and yelling insults to get him motivated.
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    haha lol this is one of the funniest posts ive seen lol
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    (Original post by Masih ad-Dajjal)
    I just imagine myself running behind some fat guy wearing this, spanking him and yelling insults to get him motivated.
    I don't know about the insults bit. BUT FLIPPING HELL, this IS JOOOOOKES! It's actually made my day, I haven't laughed at a screen like this, EVER!
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    I can't believe you people, honestly.

    This is a fitness sub-forum, for people to ask for fitness advice from others. That's what it's meant for. I only got one useful response, hidden underneath a barrage of laughter. This is basically tantamount to making fun of an overweight person in a gym - when actually, if he's there trying to do something about it, then surely he should be encouraged and not made fun of?!

    I knew I shouldn't have bothered asking.

 
 
 
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