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Belly Belly and More Belly

Saturday, October 10, 2015

I've been working out for the last 6months but consistently for the last 4months. I run, jog, sprint, do sit ups, crunches and still can't get rid of this dang on belly. I see the weight loss all over including my back. But this dang on belly just don't wanna go away. I'm about at my wits end. Have been thinking about lipo or a tummy tuck. But feel as if that would be a waste of money. What do/did you do to get rid of your belly fat? Help a sista out please!!!
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  • ALABAMASUSAN17
    emoticon Our bellies, I know your PAIN! I'm going to lose my weight and then have a tummy tuck. LOL! Great blog! emoticon
    851 days ago
  • SHANEKA34
    Thanks you guys. I'm going to be patient
    1728 days ago
  • PDXLOR
    I'm finding it is the last and slowest part of me to shrink. Frustrating I know, but I don't think there is anything that can be done about it. For the longest time, I saw no change in my belly/abs area - it's only been in the last month or so that I'm finally seeing it shrink...just have to be patient!
    1729 days ago
  • BONNIEMCC488
    Unfortunately, other than tightening up the muscles, you can't burn fat from a specific area. I don't know what you can do if it's not shrinking at all, but sometimes that's the area of the body that's the hardest to see progress whether or not it's happening.
    1730 days ago
  • GOLDENRODFARM
    Sometimes you just can't change your body, I know you don't want to hear that, but losing weight is the only thing that will get rid of your belly, and sometimes even then it is the last thing to go or it just hangs around. Read this article from Coach Dean:http://www.sparkpeople.com/res
    ource/motivation_articles.asp?i
    d=725&page=4
    1731 days ago
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