HOW TO SPOT Reduce FAT on Women- Lose Arm, Thigh, Stomach, and Back Fat with These Tips!

July 21, 2011 by  
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I just found this health related video on YouTube … and thought you might enjoy it!

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Ask your questions on FB- www.facebook.com Follow on Twitter- twitter.com FREE FEMALE WEIGHT LOSS PROGRAM- www.divineinnotime.com This video is going to be short and sweet like crack. Everyone’s got problem areas with their body, parts of their body they don’t like. And today I’m going to give some big tips on spot reducing back, love handles, arms, thighs and stomach. Stomach Your tummy fat is determined by the amount of stress you have in your life, both mental, emotional, physical, environmental and nutritional. You need to sleep 8 hours, distress and just enjoy yourself. And avoid combinations of high fat and high sugar together. Love Handles and Back Are related to how sensitive your insulin is. Translation? Eat LESS carbs, a lot less. Minimize your sugar and keep carbs for breakfast and after your work out ONLY Arms Arms are related to your estrogen levels, or the ratio of your testosterone to estrogen. Don’t get sappy, get strong! Lift heavier weights, this won’t make you blocky, avoid a lot of soy and eat A LOT of green vegetables from the brassica family, which is broccoli, cauliflower and brussel sprouts Thighs Ladies you naturally have a predisposition towards storing thigh fat. INTENSE exercise is the key. This will be the last area to go. Sound dieting for several weeks, and hard exercises, lots of sprints, kettlebell work, lifting heavy weights with squats, lunges, dips are key. Theres no special key, just hard work! Use these ninja tips to get more results

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