Posted On:5/16/2004 9:45pm
i have a problem getting that last bit of flab off my abs, sides and back ...
it's not a lot ... and I have lost 30+ pounds since doing kickboxing ... but i just cant seem to lose it ...
i can do tons of crunches, leg lifts, etc ... but it doesn't seem to work ...
any advice ???
totoro-san ... world sushi munching champion ...
Posted On:5/16/2004 10:04pm
Style: Muay Thai & BJJ
I'm in the similliar boat.
Originally Posted by Sifu Rudy Abel
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Posted On:5/16/2004 10:14pm
i don't want to give up my all u can eat sushi ... :confused:
Working my way back to health
Posted On:5/16/2004 10:19pm
Style: Injury magnet
Start running then have "friends" release rabid wolves after you.
You will lose the fat one way or the other.
Posted On:5/16/2004 10:20pm
Style: JKD, BJJ
Yep. It's cardio. That's the key.
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Posted On:5/16/2004 10:22pm
i do large amounts of cardio already at Gibson's ... basically kickboxing is my cardio ...
Posted On:5/16/2004 10:24pm
Yeah, but running is the key, from what I've seen. Kickboxing is great cardio, but it's DIFFERENT cardio from running or rowing or stairs. It's the sustained effort that burns the fat deposits. Kickboxing isn't SUSTAINED cardio.
I learned this when I started my POPAT training.
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Posted On:5/17/2004 12:22am
Yeah, running should give you the aerobic exercise you need.
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Posted On:5/17/2004 12:28am
Style: Judo, Jujitsu
If you're getting adequate exercise, diet is the key.
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Posted On:5/17/2004 1:01am
Yeah, it's all about sustained cardio. Stomach excercises are only going to make your stomach muscles larger and stronger. If you want to melt the fat off, you need to burn more calories than you're taking in.
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