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    Belly flab loss


    I've lost close to 35 pounds of fat in the past 4 months. Love my results and everything, but not completely satisfied at my body figure. My belly itself isn't big, at all. but I have lose skin, not a lot but enough to make me uncomfortable. It's kinda like a miniature muffin top. How can I lose this? my diet is great, little junk food, lots of protein. I know cardio well help but do ya'll think working my core will help at least flatten it a little? Please hell guys. P.S. I'm training hard with gear. (If that info is needed)

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    The skin should tighten in time, 4 months is not enough... but if its really excessive I believe the only way to get rid of it is plastic surgery.

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    Quote Originally Posted by ecto84 View Post
    The skin should tighten in time, 4 months is not enough... but if its really excessive I believe the only way to get rid of it is plastic surgery.
    would working abs make it better or actually worse?

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    As far as I know, targeted fat loss has very few, if any results. But working out the abs will make them bigger in time, maybe big enough to tighten the skin (fill the empty space that was once fat) .

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    Quote Originally Posted by ecto84 View Post
    As far as I know, targeted fat loss has very few, if any results. But working out the abs will make them bigger in time, maybe big enough to tighten the skin (fill the empty space that was once fat) .
    yeah I don't believe in targeting fat loss, but possibly shaping it

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    First off, congrats on the weight loss! Couldn't hurt to target the abs a bit more to tighten up but you already know you can't target fat loss. 4 months is a pretty short time period, if you stay where you're at the loose skin should hopefully tighten up.

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    the biggest thing is remaining consistant.. also you say muffin top... maybe your just still too fat. maybe its not even lose skin yet your seeing. 35 pounds is awesome but if you need to lose 60 you might not see the shape your after until u get closer to that goal. what are your stats?
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    Hi All,

    Losing fat on belly its very difficult .. Keep it up Dude

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    The lower ab fat didn't really come off for me till 12% bf. Give the skin time to rebound. Build the muscle up to compensate.
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    I would say keep at it. 35# is a nice amount of weight loss.

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    Quote Originally Posted by drinkyboy View Post
    I would say keep at it. 35# is a nice amount of weight loss.
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    Post a picture and at what % BF are you? The fat in my tire area goes last when I'm really leaning down...

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    Thanks guys.

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    Quote Originally Posted by moneyNmuscles View Post
    Post a picture and at what % BF are you? The fat in my tire area goes last when I'm really leaning down...
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