Our expert says:
It's a difficult one. YOu'll have seen in those other posts and answers that it's a common problem, but unfortunatley, there is no miracle cure. I'm not sure when you saw a dietician, but if you are making small changes to the diet, you can expect them to work for you over the next month or two. That, combined with exercise are the keys. NOw, your exercise is quite solid, I'm just not 100% sure that you are at the right intensity. It's important to train hard enough to solve the problem, but not so hard that you overdo it. That's a tricky balance. You might try to introduce some slightly harder training on one, maybe two of those days, and see if it helps you. By "harder", I mean something like an interval training session - one where you mix up short periods of faster running/cycling/rowing, with periods of slower exercise. That's quite good and often effective for overcoming the spot reduction problem.
But really, this will just take a lot of time, and so you need to stick with it, make sure about the diet and let that time happen!
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