I'm 14, almost 15, and like most teenagers I'm a little conscious about my body...and I have a little bit of stomach fat I want to get rid of.
A little bit about me and how I work is, I'm just a small person in general and am pretty overall thin, but like I said I have a little bit of stomach fat I want to get rid of. I don't eat much because I for some reason get full quickly, even when I'm hungry, and as a result I'm about 8 pounds above underweight. THAT is why I don't want to lose weight, because I don't want to become UNDERweight. Also, I think the reason that I have fat is because I drink pop. A LOT of pop, and barely any water. I've already changed that, and I usually drink only one can every day or two, and the only other things I really drink is water and milk.
So, now you know a little bit about me, I need some tips on how to lose fat without weight, if you have any.
actually by exercise, you will likely gain weight, as muscle weights much more than fat, this is a good thing though. weight alone isn't a good indicator of "healthy" while i'm 6'1" and 165 pounds, my body mass index is 17, and should be 11, and i should be about 50 pounds heavier, but it should be muscle weight, not mcdonalds weight.
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You might have a slower metabolism than most. Some people that look big might try to lose weight, but it turns out if they do, they look like a walking skeleton.
Metabolism is dependent on your weight more than your weight being dependent on your metabolism. Metabolism is the rate at which your body burns "fuel". What uses more fuel, a mini cooper or a C30 pick-up truck? Technically you are right. In being his is slower.
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It doesn't matter whether I support or object to the subject at hand, if your argument is stupid I am against you.
The only way I can think of is do some weight lifting as well as watching your diet. Weight lifting will build muscle, which lets you gain healthy weight and possibly burn some fat off. This way you will either maintain your current weight or gain a little and cut out some fat at the same time.
and don't listen to all these people saying to ab or core exercises. While they will build the muscles down there..they will not soley burn the fat there. All this information you here about targeted fat loss is crap. You will lose fat in the same way that you gained it..spread over your body. You will never see the progress of the ab workouts if there is a layer of fat covering it and diet is the most important part in losing fat. If you want a good website with plenty of info that I used to get in shape, send me a message. I lost weight and have built a considerable amount of muscle in the last year and I can point you in the right direction.