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Whats the best most effective way to get rid of belly fat?


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What exercises should a person do to get a flat stomach and get rid of love handles? Details pleaseSmile

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Run Away!!!!!! Zombie THREADDDDDD!!!!!!!!!!!!!

melkor, may I suggest looking up this little thing called "protein sparing"? Also, some people can work out harder and longer without eating beforehand. What works for one person does not work for everyone and by you implying that eating throughout the day and eating before a workout works for everyone, not to mention you seem to have never heard of protein sparing, you sound like an uneducated dolt.

Original Post by purplecandiecane:

melkor, may I suggest looking up this little thing called "protein sparing"? Also, some people can work out harder and longer without eating beforehand. What works for one person does not work for everyone and by you implying that eating throughout the day and eating before a workout works for everyone, not to mention you seem to have never heard of protein sparing, you sound like an uneducated dolt.

Wow, super zombie thread, especially since Melkor's last post on this was 3 years ago. Regardless of what he said or you think he meant 3 years ago, he is the quite the opposite of an uneducated dolt, as of right now anyways.

Well I don't tend to pay much attention to dates. Half the time they're wrong anyway. And if he's actually educated himself in the last 3 years perhaps he isn't. But considering what he was spouting off it sure sounded like it and I highly doubt he has educated himself.

 Ah, yes, old post is old - it's one of the ones I'm referring to in the pre/post-workout nutrition guidelines when I wrote that 

 I used to think that all pre-breakfast workouts was just crazy talk until Dr. Lonnie Lowery convinced me otherwise - if you stick to cardio in the mythical "fat-burning zone". 

I prefer not to go back and edit my old posts when I've changed my mind on something, it's more useful for everyone if I can point to where I've changed my mind and on what basis so you have an idea of roughly what I consider evidence for the positions I'm taking. 

 As for "protein sparing" - there are a number of contexts where that's used, for example: carbs are protein sparing when consumed before high-intensity exercise, since eating some simple carbs before training prevents your body from converting protein to carbs through gluconeogenesis 

*Snicker*

Didn't stop to think about why my name is listed up top, did you?

Original Post by purplecandiecane:

Well I don't tend to pay much attention to dates. Half the time they're wrong anyway. And if he's actually educated himself in the last 3 years perhaps he isn't. But considering what he was spouting off it sure sounded like it and I highly doubt he has educated himself.

A lot of information can be spread and discovered in the span of 3 years, especially in the world of fitness and nutrition. Luckily for us, Melkor happens to be one of the most educated and well read/researched people on these forums. You could learn a thing or two from him, I'm sure.

Original Post by purplecandiecane:

Well I don't tend to pay much attention to dates. Half the time they're wrong anyway. And if he's actually educated himself in the last 3 years perhaps he isn't. But considering what he was spouting off it sure sounded like it and I highly doubt he has educated himself.

 I call troll.  On the first day as a member, resumes a zombie post and attacks someone over a three year old posting and these two posts are the only ones made.

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