Does the body type theory work in these cases? Well, knowing that you’re a pear or an apple is useful for identifying those exercises that can help you achieve a more proportionate appearance, but focusing more on the upper body or on the legs might not be effective in reducing the belly fat. So today we’ll talk about the Belly type theory, launched by chiropractor Eric Berg, author of a book called The 7 Principles of Fat Burning.
The male belly is a strange phenomenon. It comes in all shapes and sizes and it's become the focal point of the fitness industry (love handles, double chins and man boobs all trailing close behind). But what do you do if you're not happy with yours? Putting any six-pack-based goals aside for a moment, here's how to trim your tyre before you start working on your abs.
What Olga Yakusheva, the study’s lead author, and her colleagues found was that in the study, each woman gained almost two pounds a year because of their age. But what they found troubling is that once their babies became toddlers; the mothers gained a full extra pound annually compared to their childless peers. In a press release with Michigan News, Yakusheva explains why she believes this occurred, “Mothers tend to put the needs of their children first, so they might not be exercising or taking care of themselves,” she said. “It might also be little things like finishing the food on their child’s plate or spending more time sitting with their kids reading or watching a movie.”
» Solution: First, add some fiber and greens to your diet. Second, learn better technique with core-related exercises. (Oh wait, that's every exercise!) Your pushups, planks, crunches, squats, lifts, jumps and everything in between need to be mastered. You could be putting stress on the lower back or hip flexors instead of actually working the abs, and that will cause a small protrusion of the abdominals. Finally, incorporate short sets of weight training, like supersets.
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I have to admit I am really dubious about “targeting” fat loss. Yes you can tone certain parts of your body with specific types of exercise, but fat loss is a completely different thing. As far as my experience goes, if you eat healthily for fat loss, the fat comes off in its own order… not exactly where you want. It’s just where ever your body naturally decides. Eventually of course it will come off your tummy and love handles, you may be lucky and they are the first things to go. It you might have to be patient and wait…
This is the result of a lazy thyroid, the gland being responsible for producing hormones that control the metabolism. A lower metabolism is surely a trigger for weight gain, but it’s not just the excess belly fat that gives headaches to this group of people: they also tend to have poor circulation and cold extremities, hair loss, saggy underarm skin and brittle fingernails.