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Now, getting back down to business. I want to talk about fats and what incorporates in the body to compose the fat that jiggles on our bellies, butts, and hips. I know what a lot of you guys are thinking, "Here we go again. I have heard this before." This will be unlike anything you have heard. Fat is a substance that can be confused for muscle when working out.
1. FAT...What is it?
Fat is a jello-like substance that stores in fat cells that coexist from earlier on in life. It is stored for those days when your body thinks that it will be starving. It begins burning that fat when it has enough energy to run the body, which, in turn burns the fat. Fat can also be formed in women's and some men's bodies as cellulite. Cellulite is formed on the abdomen area and the leg and butt area. It looks similar to cottage cheese.
2. How is Fat Formed?
Fat is not formed by eating fat!!! This is a ginormous myth that a lot of people get wrong. Fat is formed by eating sugar. Yes, that soda and those Snicker bars are making you fat! Sugar is converted to glucose (sugar or fat in the blood), and that glucose then is converted to fat that is stored in your fat cells. (On your abdomen, butt, and thighs.) Drinking sugary drinks can decay your teeth, deplete your bones of calcium, and put fat on like it's going out of style.
3. Protein Shakes
Protein shakes are fatty and add a lot of fat because of the sugar content that is in it. You may be putting on more fat than muscle. It is a fact that you may want to look at the label. If it has more than 5 grams of fat per serving, then it is too much.
4. How do I get rid of fat?
You and I can get rid of fat by doing cardio workouts, aerobics, medicine ball workout, bodybuilding, weightlifting, and running. If you want to jog, you can burn enough calories to begin burning fat. Get outside and spend at least 45 minutes a day to burn enough calories to burn enough fat.
Now that we have looked at fat and what it is, you can be better equipped to fight it! Combat obesity with this customized program!