Best Way To Lose Belly Fat

Meal Plan To Lose Stubborn Belly Fat (3 TIPS PLUS MEALS)

Meal Plan To Lose Stubborn Belly Fat (3 TIPS PLUS MEALS)

Meal Plan To Lose Stubborn Belly Fat (3 TIPS PLUS MEALS)

Meal Plan To Lose Stubborn Belly Fat (3 TIPS PLUS MEALS)

00:00 – My Struggle For Abs
00:27- Why Tracking Is Key
01:40 – 3 Tips To Lose Stubborn Belly Fat
02:03 – Fat Loss Tip #1
03:06 – Fat Loss Tip #2
04:55 – Fat Loss Tip #3
05:58 – Full Day Of Eating
06:16 – My Calories and Macros
07:30 – Meal #1
08:44 – Meal #2
09:30 – Meal #3
10:00 – Dessert

In this video I’m going to go over my 90 day transformation and how to lose stubborn belly fat.

I’d always wanted defined abs.

I would diet. Be super restrictive. Lose weight. Get skinny.

And ultimately rebound.

I came to the conclusion I just would never truly get definition.

I had muscle, but just felt abs were never going to be possible for me.

That’s when I finally stopped making excuses and embraced tracking macros.

Through tracking macros, I learned exactly what I needed to get defined abs.

And trust me…that first time, the struggle to get lean was real. It took consistency and perfection past the point I wanted to quit.

It’s not easy to push your body to a point it feels is super unnatural. A point it has NEVER been near before.

That’s why I wanted to share how I FINALLY got abs for the first time and the tools I use with clients to help them overcome that hurdle and see the ab definition they thought was impossible to achieve.

But before I do, I’m going to tell you that you NEED to embrace tracking if you want to get abs and I’ll go over a ratio I think can be key during that cutting process for those of us especially who store fat around our middle.

I want to share 3 tips I’ve found to be essential in losing that stubborn belly fat as well as a full day of eating at this key cutting ratio.

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  1. Hi, sorry I’m so late to the party but I’ve just discovered your videos and love them. I have just returned to training after many years off. I’m 41 and overweight, weighing 77kgs. I have joined a gym and have a PT who puts me through resistance and weight training 3x week for the past month now. I lost 4cms from my stomach area and 0.5cms from my arms which I am really pleased about as I feel that my body has been on a massive readjustment phase. My concern is my diet, I have made significant changes to my diet and felt that I was starting to get things nearly right (I had lost 6kgs before starting the gym just on diet alone) but my energy levels were an issue when I started training. My PT gave me a diet of oats, milk, banana and two boiled eggs for breakfast. 150g rice & 150g chicken breast or beef for lunch. A green apple and nuts for a snack and 100g rice & 150g fish for dinner. With a pre workout of black coffee and a banana. This diet fills me with fear. The thought of eating 250g of rice and two boiled eggs every day does not appeal. But, if I think it will work I will do it, my concern is that it doesn’t seem very balanced and not conducive to keeping me regular (if you get my point). Is there a way I can balance this out so that I am not point blank lying to my PT if they ask if I am following their diet? Or is this meal plan already balanced and I’m just panicking over nothing? Can you help to advise me a little please? I appreciate your time, sorry for my long message. Tx!

  2. Do you select those macros based on activity levels? I prefer barre/pilates workouts at home, and incorporate weight training, but only using 15lb dumbbells or resistance bands, so not really a hardcore lifter….how do I decide on my macros for fat loss, at a cw weight of 165, and 5'10

  3. What tracker do you suggest? I'm sure they aren't all equal and I don't know how to tell which are better. Very glad to have found your videos. Menopause isn't being very nice and I really do need to do better. Do you have a basic program that takes the guess work out of it for folks very new to all of this?

  4. High protein diets have scientifically been proven to destroy human kidneys and to be cancer creating. Don't believe it? Look it up.
    The real truth about health conference and many other medical doctors have talked about it.
    Wanna kill your kidneys and make your cancer risk go through the roof…..(for some goddamn abs)……go on a high protein diet. Good luck….enjoy the suffering. Dr. Caldwell Esselstyn, Dr. Neil Barnard, Dr. John McDougall, and many many others will explain the science to you.

  5. Am I missing something. If 100g of chicken breast contains about 27g of protein how do you achieve 50% protein?

  6. I'm really excited I've come across your videos. You're advice and tools are so smart (I know it's also scientific) and I also appreciate your analogies. I'm wanting to lose a very high amount of weight in preparation to walking the Camino de Santiago in April and your videos keep reiterating the high (er) percentage of protein macros which I know is so important. I'm excited to get back to tracking my macros on Fitness Pal. I'm in menopause (possibly post-menopausal) and have felt the changes in my body for the past year or so. I can see that parts of my body are changing in look from "younger" to that "older" woman look. I don't know how else to describe it. I feel like one day it looked one way and the next day it looked different so I'm also going to start focusing on strength training per other videos of yours I've watched. Not sure if Ill ever have "abs" that look like yours or anything close but I'm excited to just getting back to feeling better and stronger in my body.

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