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02 August 2011

Fight those flabby parts

There are some very common myths about flab that need some clarity and correction, says Dave Giloi of Body Excel Gym.

There are some very common myths about flab that need some clarity and correction, says Dave Giloi of Body Excel Gym.

Bearing in mind, also, that you cannot choose where the fat goes, it will decrease throughout the body in a genetically predetermined proportions and speeds.
 
Sometimes, some areas will remain flabby, while the rest of the body disappears to virtually none. As frustrating as this may be, patience is essential as extreme measures should be avoided.
 
A proper eating and exercise plan should be followed consistently and given time to see results. Genes play a large role, which can be good and can also work against you. Do not focus on what results other people may get. Focus on getting all aspects right and you will do the best for your own body.

 
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