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when i sit down, the fat on my stomach between my joggers and my bra get squished and form a roll. i cant help but notice it and hate myself for it, I'm a healthy weight and healthy in general (blood work is good, i eat right apart from these past few days i went off track but I'm back on now) but even when I'm standing up there's still ovbious fat, i was gonna wear a croptop when i went out yesterday but resorted to an oversized t-shirt because the stomach fat was just THERE
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Calorie deficit w/ focus on protein + working out to reduce body fat %
(NOTE: you cannot target fat loss, anyone who tells you to do a certain exercise to get rid of belly fat is lying. Fat loss happens across your entire body)
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(Original post by Anonymous)
when i sit down, the fat on my stomach between my joggers and my bra get squished and form a roll. i cant help but notice it and hate myself for it, I'm a healthy weight and healthy in general (blood work is good, i eat right apart from these past few days i went off track but I'm back on now) but even when I'm standing up there's still ovbious fat, i was gonna wear a croptop when i went out yesterday but resorted to an oversized t-shirt because the stomach fat was just THERE
Just because you are a healthy weight doesn't mean you don't have fat. Everyone has fat, it's what is need to survive but obviously some have more than others.

You need to eat in a caloric deficit and do Cardio if you are wanting to lose fat. I would also suggest a few strength exercises to help with muscle development but these are not used to lose weight but instead to help build muscle when you lose the fat over it but isn't required if your main goal is to lose weight.

One very helpful tip when losing weight is to count your calories. A lot of people underestimate how much they are eating. People forget that they snacked on that mini sausage roll, they forget they had those few Lindt balls at lunch and it adds up quick.
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If you are at a healthy weight, I would suggest recomp over cutting.
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If you are at a healthy weight, I would suggest recomp over cutting.
i was happy with my weight then bc easter break idk what happened and i binged for a good few days so idk i kinda wanna get back to my initial weight before the days of binging before id wanna go to maintenance. ill probably reach my goal weight again by the time school ends which is when I'm rejoining my gym so it kinda works out?
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i was happy with my weight then bc easter break idk what happened and i binged for a good few days so idk i kinda wanna get back to my initial weight before the days of binging before id wanna go to maintenance. ill probably reach my goal weight again by the time school ends which is when I'm rejoining my gym so it kinda works out?
I guess.
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