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    Hi all,
    I'm new here, Can anyone suggest some healthy exercises to reduce sagging belly?

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    Exercise restraint in what you eat.
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    You can't target fat loss, how your fat is distributed depends on genetics and hormone levels. The only way to get rid of belly fat is by reducing your overall body fat levels. People telling you otherwise are either ignorant or trying to part you from your money.

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    Combination of exercise and diet.

    Just remember the old cliche - "you can't out train a bad diet".

    You might want to elaborate as to what food you currently eat, what exercise you do (if any).

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    Liposuction is legit. No, it's not exercise, but it's the only way I know of to specifically spot reduce body fat deposits.
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    Tabata or HITT in combination with one of these http://www.exrx.net/Lists/CardioExercises.html
    Put on muscle Mass - http://www.exrx.net/Questions/MuscleMass.html
    Get your hormones checked
    Check your sleeping patterns
    See your doctor about "exercise induced" asthma https://thinksteroids.com/steroid-profiles/albuterol/
    You can also look at this
    http://www.webmd.com/diet/obesity/we...-loss-medicine

    You may also want to look into http://www.ketogenic-diet-resource.c...diet-plan.html
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    It's hard to give you any specific advice without knowing more about your circumstances.

    How over weight are you?
    What exercise (if any) are you currently doing and how advanced are you?
    Any disabilities or other health problems which might interfere with training?
    Any dietary restrictions, alleges or foods you don't like?
    How many days a week are you willing/able to train?

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    Hi all, Thank you for your replies and advice. At present, I'm 198.4 pounds and am not doing any exercises right now but I'm willing to do exercises thrice a week. No dietary restrictions or disabilities.

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    Quote Originally Posted by sweetbr8 View Post
    Hi all,
    I'm new here, Can anyone suggest some healthy exercises to reduce sagging belly?
    100% Diet and Cardio. Do not bother is "abs exercises" The issues isn't with that fact your abs need to be stronger. The issue is you have excess body fat and body fat likes to store in the belly area. You reduce your body fat, you will reduce your "sagging belly."

    First, is to start a Food Log. I prefer an App like MyFitnessPal which lets you track calories and exercise and will calculate your BMR to give you a target per day Cal count. Standard advice is -500cals/perday -3500cals/perweek = 1 pound/week.

    Second, instead of just eating 1800/cals a day (assuming that's your MyFitnessPal goal). Eat 2200-2300 cals and do a 400-500 calorie run (around 5km). You can use apps like Runtastic or just a Treadmill.

    That sagging belly will be going away in a few months.

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