Sunday, November 13, 2011

Large Belly Be Gone by Robert D. Franklin

If you have a large belly and are completely at a loss as to where to even begin losing it, here are a few easy tips to implement into your daily schedule so you can begin dropping some pounds. You don't need diet pills, you don't need long hours of exercise, not even those fad diets, just simple tips to finally get rid of that big stomach once and for all.

Belly Flattener #1 Eat more fiber throughout the day. What you eat is actually up to you, but be sure to have more natural foods intake to help burn excess body fat.

For a lot of people, however, their completely bogged down digestive tract is holding back their weight loss goals. You can quickly supercharge your weight loss goals by snacking on 2 apples throughout the day and adding black beans to one or two of your meals.

Belly Flattener #2 Add an incline to your walks. If you walk right now or if you've never done anything besides walk out to your car, it doesn't matter. Walking by itself doesn't do much for fat loss. Your body just kind of laughs if you ever just go out and walk. It's quite used to it.

But by adding inclined walks to your routine, you can really help your body burn off excess amounts of fat. Doing inclined walking for 20 minutes, 4 days a week will really burn the fat from your body.

Belly Flattener #3 Try to wake up earlier. By just only 30-60 minutes jump starting your day, you accomplish a couple of things. You burn more calories being more alert quicker. And, you allow more time for yourself to accomplish much more tasks that you may keep putting off, like that 20 minute inclined walk you were thinking of doing!

If you have a large belly and just don't know what to do, don't let it discourage you! Most overweight people tend to just feel like they're defeated because all the confusion seen on TV and online where they may give up before even starting!

These tips won't have you looking like celebrities or dancers in days, but they will certainly start incredible momentum that will build your confidence and keep you going towards your fitness plans.