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    Discussion in 'Over Age 35' started by Maskura Fitness, Mar 16, 2024.

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      Maskura Fitness New Member

      Mar 2024
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      When it comes to losing belly fat after 35, it's important to focus on exercises that promote overall fat loss and increase your metabolism. Maskura Fitness explores three must-try exercises that can help you on your journey:

      1. High-intensity interval training (HIIT): HIIT workouts involve short bursts of intense exercise followed by brief recovery periods. This type of training can be highly effective for burning calories and fat, including belly fat. Consider incorporating exercises like squat jumps, plank jacks, or mountain climbers into your routine. Start with shorter intervals and gradually increase the duration as your fitness level improves.

      2. Strength training: Building lean muscle mass through strength training can help boost your metabolism and burn more calories, even at rest. Include compound exercises like squats, deadlifts, lunges, and push-ups in your routine. Don't forget to engage your core muscles during these exercises to strengthen and tone your abs.

      3. Yoga or Pilates: These low-impact exercises can help improve flexibility, core strength, and overall body awareness. Poses and exercises that target the abdominal muscles, such as boat pose, plank variations, or Pilates hundred, can be especially effective for toning and tightening the belly area.
      Remember, consistency is key when it comes to losing belly fat. Alongside exercise, prioritize a balanced diet that includes plenty of whole foods, lean proteins, healthy fats, and fiber. Additionally, managing stress levels, getting enough sleep, and staying hydrated are important factors to consider for overall health and weight management. If you have any underlying health concerns, it's always a good idea to consult with a healthcare professional before starting a new exercise program.

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