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8/16/11 10:32 P

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I agree with ROGUEDESIGNMONK eating breakfast regularly is very important high fiber foods are good for you fruits & veggies I don't think its a magic exercise to get rid of the stomach between your cardio & strength training that should help whittle the waist line down

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8/16/11 3:10 P

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Granted, I'm no dietitian, but if it were me the first thing I would do is eat breakfast regularly. Tends to keep the cravings down and binge eating from happening later in the day. I don't think there is any one exercise that is going to make your stomach shrink. Usually it's a good balance of cardio and some kind of weight training/weight bearing routine. I guess it also depends on where you're starting from. If you are starting from completely sedentary with a lot of extra fat, your strategy will be different than if you are already pretty trim and closer to maintenance exercises.

Either way, I hope you find something that works for you.


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8/16/11 9:44 A

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Hello All,

I'm just starting a diet which involves cutting back and eating healthier. I rarely eat breakfast and i'm trying to find different things that will boost my metabolism and help my loose weight. I would like to know of different exercises that i can do to help shrink my stomach and foods that are good for that as well. All help is greatly appreciated.


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