Start To Put On Weight – How To Deal With Excess Fat
When you start to put on weight, you can find it gathering in a whole range of areas. And, let’s face it, none of them look great! But never fear, there are ways that you can tackle these areas of excess fat, wherever they happen to build up. So, let’s take a look at some of the most common issues that people have. And, a few ways of dealing with them. Like anything in life, if you put in a bit of effort, the rewards should start showing themselves.
Man boobs, Moobs or gynecomastia (gyno) to give them their official name are certainly something we would all like to reduce if possible. More and more people are taking the surgical solution to get rid of these, but there are also plenty of natural solutions for gyno. Many men put on weight in this area due to a poor diet and lack of exercise. But, some people are naturally predisposed to developing them. A few exercises that are great for getting rid of these include dumbbell presses, press-ups, and dumbbell flyes.
When men start putting on fat, a huge amount tends to put this on around the stomach area. While women tend to put on weight all over their body, men tend to store excess fat around the stomach leading to a beer belly. This is particularly common in older men who tend to be less active. And, while they still consuming a high number of calories. Cutting back on alcohol and fatty foods should be your first step. Second, there are all kinds of abdominal crunches and other ab-working exercises that you can try.
When you see a picture of you with more than a single chin, this can certainly be a major wake-up call! Obviously, when you are carrying excess weight, this increases your chances of developing a double chin, but it has also been shown that aging skin and genetics play their part as well. When it comes to getting rid of it, cardiovascular exercises tend to be the best option. This is because they have been shown to help you lose weight from all over your body. So, why not take up jogging, sports, skipping or any other high-energy workout you can think of.
Despite their name, most men certainly do not love their love handles! While a lot of people would naturally assume that these form from your stomach, the truth is that they actually form from your back. Again, an unhealthy diet and lack of exercise are the two most common causes. There seems to be a running theme here, but the importance of eating right and working out cannot be overstated. Try to eat more protein such as lean meat, cottage cheese, and eggs. That leaves you feeling fuller during the day. Certain yoga techniques have also been found to be an effective method of tackling love handles. While you could also try, some of the cardio exercises, we have already discussed.