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Old 11-13-2014, 08:15 AM   #1
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Measured the ole belly this morning and came in at 49 inches. Current goal is a 40 inch waist and then I will decide where to go.

Any tips on burning this blubber off would be greatly appreciated.
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Chicken, sundried tomatoes and cabbage with a romaine, cottage cheese and radish salad for dinner last night.
Eggs and turkey sausage for breakfast.
Kidney beans and an apple for lunch.

After a few days of no vodka and cleaner eating I'm starting to feel better. Actually want to do a little lifting this evening.
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Two different approaches you could take:

1) Spent a couple of days weighing food and working out calories and macros of your usual diet. Then choose what to cut out, aiming at a 500 cal deficit per day.

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2) Cut out or substitute the most obvious culprits (sodas, for example) and reduce portion size. And walk a bit more each day.

If you have a fair bit of belly to lose, approach (2) can get you a fair way.

In my case, I started my fat loss just by cutting out 3-4 lattes and an afternoon bowl of cereal. Now it's getting much tougher.
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