DADDYNARD - there is no way to ensure that fat is what you're losing. You can't choose where and what you lose from your body. If you are losing weight, you're certainly losing fat, but you will also be losing muscle and fluid at the same time.
You can minimize the muscle loss by including adequate strength training in your program; if you haven't started, it's time to! As much as 25% of your weight loss can be muscle if you're not strength training.
As for your stomach... that will come off when it comes off. Fat loss is a total-body process driven by genetics, more than the specific exercises you will do.
Have patience, you'll get there!
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