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3 Mistakes To Avoid When Trying To Burn Belly Fat

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If you want to get abs that look as good as Lazar's do in the Six Pack Abs HD Wallpaper shown here, it's essential to avoid the following 3 mistakes when trying to banish belly fat:

1. You fail to refuel with protein.

Protein is absolutely essential to building muscle, and the more muscle mass you have, the higher your body's Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR) will be. This is important because the higher your BMR is, the more calories your body will burn even while it is at rest, and the less fat you will have as a result.

According to a study published in the journal Fitness Management, you should consume a protein-rich snack within the first 30 minutes after exercising as that's when your muscles are most receptive to amino acids, the part of protein that aids in muscle growth.

2. You always do cardio first.

Many people “warm up” with a cardio workout and then hit the weights, but studies suggest that we should be exercising in the reverse order: If you do cardio first, you will be tired by the time you pick up your weights and therefore less likely to put your full effort into resistance training. According to Nick Tumminello, owner of Performance University International, "When you have more energy, you'll be able to lift heavier weights and get more muscle-building benefits, which will help you burn fat everywhere, including your belly."

3. You're still lifting the same amount of weight as when you first started training.

The more fit you get, the less your muscles have to work to lift the same amount of weight—and you burn fewer calories as a result. As such, it's vitally important to keep challenging your body by slowly increasing the amount of weight you're lifting while training.

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This blog is maintained & edited by Krasen, a fan of Lazar Angelov, and a team of writers and researchers. e-mail: angelovlazar@abv.bg
Disclaimer: The information provided on this blog is for general purposes only and should not be considered as professional advice. I am not a licensed professional so make sure to consult with your professional consultant in case you need to.