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Can I get six pack abs
Hello, my height is 172 cm and my weight is 66 Kgs. I have started losing weight from the past 4 months and successfully reduced from 81 Kgs to 66 Kgs. (Weekly 5 days gym workout and walk 20k steps everyday) But my belly fat is not reducing at all. Morning feels like less belly fat but at night it feels very big. Is it possible to reduce my belly fat completely and get a six pack abs by following diet / taking any supplements.?
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You should do spot reduction workouts under the guidance of a professional with a proper balanced and customised meal plan.
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You need a detox to reduce your belly fat.. Especially in your case where your weight should not decrease further. Please consult directly for further details.
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Hi,kindly book a consultation with me so that we can have a proper discussion before i can suggest you with a solution. I am available right now regards.
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Please connect directly through App for management and diet
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Gud noon pls connect directly through practo.
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Belly fat can be reduced by doing specific aasans, push ups & squats. (Check on you tube). As far as supplements are concerned, no supplement is advised in the long run until n unless there's some nutritional deficiency that too on the prior advise of doctor. Take home cooked meals comprising all nutrients macros and micros. Take good fats, carbs n protein. Limit all processed preserved packaged and outside food completely. Stop hard drinks and smoking if any. Take good water intake of atleast 3-4 lit a day. Alongwith the dietary changes, lifestyle modifications must be done like Physical activity for atleast 1 hour, time discipline should be fixed for all meals and other activities. Try getting sleep for 6-8 hrs min. For personalised & detailed guidance, contact directly. Thanks
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Yes but it takes time You have to plan some proteins and carbs and target area workout to help you out better
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