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How do you get rid of the body fat on your lower sides?

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2008-03-12 23:19:14
2008-03-12 23:19:14

Spot reduction is a myth. If you want to lose fat the only way is just to lose fat all over your body. Fill up the spots that get too thin with muscles instead.

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Depends how much body fat you get rid of.Simple answer, you can't.Remember, to lose weight you need to eat regularly and exercise well. Starving yourself will only make you pig out when you finally get the chance to eat.

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no it just increases it, so when you sweat your actually putting weight on.

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You need to burn 3,500 calories to lose a pound.

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