In this post I will share 3 guidelines to burn abdominal fat, so give yourself some time and review the entire article. When it comes to reducing abdominal fat, finding the right training and diet combination is the only way toward long term success. Therefore, combing your running program with the right diet can help you put your flat belly vision on the fast track.Not only that, running regularly and eating healthy improves sex drive, wards off heart-related problems, increases energy, boosts performance, and thus grants you the body of your dreams – the 6 (or even 10!) pack abs or what have you.
As result, here are 3 guidelines you need to follow if you’re looking to burn off your abdominal fat for good.
If you’re new comer to the sport of running and are really out-of-shape, then you need to start slowly and build the intensity up incrementally.
Beginner runners are more prone to suffer from injury and burnout way before they achieve much progress with the new belly fat burning resolution.
The best way to start off is to follow a walk-run-walk pattern and build endurance levels gradually. Following this simple training guideline can help you improve cardio power without running the risk of injury or burnout.
And as you get stronger and fitter, make sure to add more running and decrease the time spent walking until you’re able to run straight for 30-40 without much huffing and puffing.
2- Do Interval Running
Interval running is the best training approach when it comes to fighting off abdominal fat in the shortest time span possible.
An interval running workout consists of alternating between high intensity boots of running at no more than 85 percent of maximum cardio power, with slow jogging intervals for recovery and rejuvenation.
The length and intensity of each boot depends mostly on your endurance level and training goals.
3- Follow the Right Diet
The proper diet is the backbone of permanent weight loss results. Therefore, if you’re looking to burn off abdominal fat for good, you need to, sooner or later, address your eating habits.
For that, here are 3 strategies to put you on the right path:
– Don’t skip meals. Instead, make sure to eat frequently throughout the day. Aim for four or five meals every 4 hours. Every meal should be a healthy mix of good carbohydrates, lean protein and healthy fats.
– Eat complex carbs. Not all carbs are created equal. Therefore, you need to eat the right (complex) ones for losing weight and keeping energy levels high. Here are the best sources of complex carbs: starchy Vegetables, beans, legumes, Nuts, seeds. Limit your fruit intake.
– Eat your carbs 2-3 hours before working out and immediately afterwards. Doing so improves running performance and speeds up recovery.
If you really want to burn belly fat and develop six pack abs, you have to invest in a training program.