DAA plus almost anything will work well for you. I would also go with ErasePro too. That's another great product to use. It really works well together with DAA. I would also suggest doing some cardio as well. A couple of hours a week will be good. HIIT training is the best form of cardio you can do.
I am a working person and I go to gym daily. I have a balanced diet schedule and I also want to lose extra fat from my body and build muscles. The few necessary things to gain mass and lose fat are as follows:
Exercise on daily basis is one of the first step. With this the fat calories will burn and you can also do exercise in evening, still morning exercise is much recommended. Morning exercise will give you energy for the whole day and you will feel fresh.
Your meal should be balanced and there should be proper timing of your meals. If you really want to burn fat, then you need to focus not only what you eat, but also on when are you talking your meal.
Fat burning hormones such as glucagon should be activated to burn fat and for that you need to take a low glycemic meal after workout as well as before workout. There are various supplements available in market that are used to lose body and give muscles gain such as usplabsdirect-compound 20 usp labs and many more. You can take supplements with proper diet plans for improved and fast results. For building muscles you should take food rich in protein in the morning such as you can take protein supplements shakes in morning.
you cant spot lose fat. "oh i only wanna get rid of this section". you cant do that. in my experiences as well as many others on this forum, the best ab work is no ab work. just a solid diet. many compound lifts already work the abs. adding exercises like Zumba and stuff like that are great core workouts. no need for weighted ab workouts unless your stomach is very very lean as it is and you want to BUILD the muscle.
so for you, you build the abdominal muscle to lose the fat?
People probably don't even need to do core specific exercises a whole lot if they do compound movements and olympic lifts as those will build your core better than some planks, or weighted sit ups, etc. More food for thought, any ab exercise you do is weighted to a certain extent. None of us weigh zero pounds, some of us are 230 lbs and some of us are 180 lbs should heavy guys deter from ab work because they are heavier and therefore lifting a heavier load to do a crunch, sit up, etc.
I agree with this post. I'm the same way. When I said no weighted ab workouts, I meant no weighted crunches... Etc.
When I cut I get down to 7-8 percent and have a nice stomach and I never isolate my abs.
edit: i do ab work about 8 weeks before i cut to build the muscle a bit right before i get the fat off.