Underneath that gut, you have a 6-pack, you train hard in the gym, you train your abs hard, but you can not get that fat out of your gut. We are going to propose some tips to lose that gut.
Drink lots of water
Drinking plenty of water throughout the day can actually increase your metabolic rate and leave you less likely to overeat since you’ll feel fuller. Likewise, being dehydrated can result in decreased fat-burning.
Drink 2 cups of cold water between meals to keep your metabolism high. Drink regularly and make sure you consume at least 3 liters of water a day.
Eat A Handful Of Nuts
If you have a long gap between your postworkout meal and dinner, you need to squeeze in another snack/meal to maintain your metabolism. Eating a handful of almonds works nicely. Studies have shown that those who eat nuts have an easier time staying lean.
Any cardio is better than none, but intervals have been shown to burn more fat than cardio sessions done at a constant or moderate intensity. Cardio HIIT makes you lose nine times more body fat than doing a moderate intensity cardio program. Try to go 20-25 minutes in an approximate ratio of 1:1 from intense to slow / moderate intervals (eg sprint for one minute, walk for one minute and repeat).
Avoid Hydrates After Dinner
Steer clear of carbohydrates after dinner, because those eaten in the late evening are destined to be stored as bodyfat. The one exception to this rule is if you train late at night. If so, you need to consume simple carbs postworkout as mentioned earlier.
Warm Up Before You Lift
If you can find just 10 extra minutes before you begin your resistance training to do a moderate warm-up on a treadmill, stationary bike or other form of cardio equipment, you’ll get a leg up on fat-burning. Research shows you can burn up to 150 additional calories by doing a brief cardio session before training with weights. But it has to be a moderate session, since you can burn some of the glycogen to your muscles.