We wish all the sexy, flat abs. But getting them can be difficult
First, if you are generally not too overweight to begin with this article can help you. But if you are more overweight, I’m not so sure about that. Star by changing how you eat a little. Do not eat out of boredom or fatigue or stress.
Only eat until you are full. Avoid eating to the point where you feel you are inflated, or until you can float out of the room. That makes the stomach to stretch and you do not want it to be adjusted to eat more food.
While you want to try and eat healthy, you can still enjoy some of your favorite foods. A small amount of chocolate one day is not going to completely sabotage trimming your waistline. Do try to get plenty of vegetables and fiber in your diet, and drink as much water as you can.
The biggest thing (at least for me) is to make sure you get a good minimum 30 minute cardio workout six days a week. I like Zumba and taebo. A combination of Pilates, kickboxing, dancing, running, tennis, and many other cardio exercise there will fill this space. Just make sure you do not dread it. In fact, aim for it to be kind of fun.
A fun and very rewarding part? Measuring progress. Make a beginning measurement. A few days or a week later, go back and measure again. You may already have trimmed a half inch from your abs. This is a great motivator in itself! Another thing is to take progress pictures once a week, and put measurement when you took the picture.
I have seen progress with this first hand. The key for me is to not let my body winds up in starvation mode.
Tips and Warnings
If you are more overweight, this may not work. You may need a more structured diet. If you try this anyway, just be aware.