Dear shap36,<br />
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It's Really Hard To Lose Weight Maybe<br />
Cuz We Have To Work Hard, Stop Eating<br />
Our Favorite Food, Exercising Alot.. <br />
That Really Makes It Harder..<br />
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Peace: RAWAN.S

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Because you're fat.

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The body has a natural tendency to store fat. If you eat a ton of carbohydrates and/or fat and don't use it, your body will store it. This works against you by making dieting a double-edged sword. On the one hand, eating more and exercising will boost your metabolism, but you have to maintain that to see any results; on the other, eating less and exercise more will cause your metabolism to slow and your body will store more fat, so you'll see horrible results. <br />
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People don't exercise right to burn fat, either. It's cardio, like running, walking, and swimming that you need, not strength. Things like push-ups, crunches, and squats focus only on certain areas and will strenghten/tone muscles, but you won't see the results if those muscles are hidden by fat. Fat is burned over the entire body, not in certain areas.

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Because it takes more effort.

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People wrongfully focus on cutting calories. This puts your body into a catabolic metabolism and it begins using muscle for fuel. here are some simple rules, do high intensity interval training 2 to 3 times a week. Eat protein at every meal, try to aim for 1 gram of protein per bodyweight. Avoid refined sugars (carbs like bread and pasta) and processed foods. Eat healthy fats (walnuts, almonds). Eat lots of vegetables. Eat every 2 to 3 hours. Try to do weight/resistance training. You must build muscle so that you can speed up your metabolism for PERMANENT changes. People on Weight Watchers end up getting flabby and yo yo dieting, so avoid those. Finally, do research, go to sixpacknow.com, click on Abs of the Month, find somebody that has won that detailed their routine. If you do half of what they do, you'll see results quickly.

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