Looking to shed some fat? I have been there before, and been successful at losing over 15 lbs of fat (mostly belly fat).  On this page I will share with you fat loss tips to help you  get rid of your fat!

There is no miracle tip that will help you lose all of your fat with no effort, but if you work hard and follow the tips below it really isn’t too hard to lose a couple pounds of fat per week.

Below are fat loss tips that I have personally had success with:

Fat Loss Tip #1 – Manage Your Diet

Your diet is the most important factor when trying to lose fat.  No matter how hard you workout, it won’t matter if you have a poor diet.  Following a strict diet can be hard, but once you get into the rhythm you will find it gets easier and easier (especially once you start shedding some pounds). In this fat loss tips article I don’t have a specific diet that you should follow, but I do have a few general tips.

You won’t have to cut carbs out of your diet entirely, but you will need to stay away from simple carbs.  Many resources will state whole wheat grains as a good carb source, but I would stay away from bread as much as possible when trying to cut fat.  Include lots of protein in your diet – ex. chicken, fish, eggs, nuts.  And be sure you include fats (healthy fats) such as natural peanut butter and almonds.

I recommend eating 5-8 smaller meals throughout the day, instead of the traditional 3 meals.  Another tip I have for you is to record all of your meals daily in a diary – trust me, this will help you eat healthy throughout the week and only takes a few seconds after eating a meal.

Fat Loss Tip #2 – Pick a Cheat Day

95% of your meals during the week should be strict to your diet, but allow yourself to go outside of your diet 5% of the time.  This will help you from going insane and can actually be productive in helping you loss fat by tricking your body.  You can do this however you want – I like the make Sunday’s my “cheat day” and eat very strict Monday-Saturday.

Fat Loss Tip #3 – Drink Water, and Lots of it

Drink 8-10+ glasses of water per day, and try to almost only drink water.  If you are currently drinking fruit juice or pop all day you are adding a ton of unnecessary bad calories to your diet every day.  Get used to drinking water.

Fat Loss Tip #4 – Cut Out Alcohol

Alcohol is one of he worst things to consume when trying to loss fat.  If you are serious about loosing your fat you will need to cut alcohol drinks out of your diet.  Of course you don’t need to stop drinking alcohol entirely, but cut down on alcoholic drinks hard!

Fat Loss Tip #5 – Lift Weights

Many people who are trying to lose fat make the mistake of only doing cardio.  Weight lifting is a great way to burn calories and fat.  Use free weights for the most part, and try circuits, supersets and higher reps.

Fat Loss Tip #6 – Interval Cardio Training

Instead of jogging for 40 minutes try doing high intensity interval training.  This involves short spurts of high intensity movements (sprinting) followed by an interval of lower intensity movements (light jog).  Try alternating sprinting for 30 seconds and jogging for 1 min for 15 minutes and see how that compares to the normal 40 minutes of slow cardio.

Fat Loss Supplement Reviews:

These are reviews of fat loss supplements I’ve personally taken.  I’ve written up non-bias and detailed reviews that I hope may help you!

Animal Cuts Review
Oxy Elite Pro Review

Fat Loss Articles:

I will try to remember to update this section of the “fat loss tips” article with any blog posts I’ve written specifically for those looking to lose weight.

5 Week Makeover Review
Fasting for Fat Loss
Yoga for Fat Loss
31 Day Fat Loss Cure Review
Cold Showers for Fat Loss
Fat Loss Forever Review

As always you can email me if you have any questions with fat loss or just working out in general.  My email is Kevin (at) WorkoutTipster.com.

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  • MAro May 7, 2013, 8:56 am

    Hey Kevin,

    I love all the advices you are given us through this website.

    anyway I just wanted to share with you this scenario, currently I have been lifting weights since 2 months, and 2 weeks ago I started taking Protein ISO 100 Dyamtize, F=0, Carb =0, and I can some sort of energy and difference when I am lifting. at the same time, I am using Amino Acid 4800 and currently I have a plan to build the muscle first then move into fat burning since most of my fats reside in the belly area. do you think that wise and ideal?

    is it good idea to have protein and fat burner at the same time?

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    • Kevin May 7, 2013, 1:47 pm

      Yeah you’ve got the right idea in focusing in either building muscle or burning fat, and not both at the same time. When you are ready to go into the fat burning stage you can for sure have a fat burner along with your protein. Protein supplements should be taken year round for anyone who can’t get about 1 gram protein for body weight lb.

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  • Tasha Parrott November 11, 2013, 6:23 pm

    Thank you so much for all your advice.

    Reply

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