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 The stomach area is the hardest area to lose weight. The reason for this is because you gain weight starting in your midsection (stomach, hips) going towards the top and bottom of your body (feet, head).. However, when losing weight, it is the exact opposite, you lose it in your face and feet first and then toward your midsection last. A lot of people get discouraged because they do not see a change but you and/or others will start to notice your face looking thinner, and your clothes will start to fit a little differently.

 The biggest thing is to try not to set yourself on losing pounds. Muscle weighs more than fat, so even though doing certain things will help you gain muscle; your weight may not fluctuate that much because muscle weighs more. Weight is a number that is focused on too much by many. I think staying away from the scale is a better idea. Base your results more off of how you feel and look rather than how much you weight.

 To become healthier, you should eat plenty of fruits and vegetables, and drink plenty of water. Make sure you stay hydrated this is important to flush out your system. I think though by doing some slight exercise each day, and eating properly, staying away from the pop, candy, and other sweets, you can lose some weight. It is not impossible to get rid of extra tummy flub with proper cardio and resistance training, but it is a challenge. Eating a proper amount of fruits and vegetables will keep your body from retaining water, which is part of the weight.

 Exercise and resistance training is huge! There all kinds of good exercises for the tummy: crunches, with your knees bent and in the butterfly position to name a few. The butterfly crunches are good to hit the lower abs. Really you need to do more than just stomach exercises. General exercise and lifting all upper and lower body exercises and cardio will help you become healthier and lose weight. It is easy to get discouraged so just stay with it. Write down your goals and make a couple copies, this will help it seem more real and help motivate you more since you can see it rather just have it in your head.

 For example, if you are training to run a 5K (3.1 miles) you would want to train for a little bit longer of a distance. If you run hard for 4-5 miles, you will feel more prepared when you only have to run 3.1 miles for the race. You will have more left at the end to pick up the pace which in turn will give you a better time. Running intervals and proper breathing will help you as well. Sometimes during a race you need to speed up to pass a person and then slow down to recover. Intervals will help you be able to recover when you are still running.

 Training your body is possible if you stick with it. When you do a hard workout you need to be able to recover. The day after a hard workout you should do a longer, slower run. This will help prevent some soreness and in the future help you recover faster after the next hard workout.

 When using a treadmill for speed it is important to maintain safety before you start a speed training program. You need to use a harness that attaches to the treadmill and use the safety cut off switch which you can hook to your shorts. The harness will let your arms have free movement. You need to have a spotter at the side of the treadmill.
Do your normal warm up routines and stretching exercises before your start your sprinters workouts on the treadmill. You will need to practice getting on the surface of the machine while it is running at a higher speed. If you don't do this but get on at lower speeds you will be wasting energy, this is for sprinting not jogging to increase your sprint speeds.


 


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