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    Are there any nudist bodybuilders or fitness competition enthusiasts out there? I need help!

    I am fighting with the last few inches of fat around my waist, while trying not to loose any hard earned muscle mass. Does anyone have any suggestions on how to get rid of the bodyfat while not losing the muscle? Please understand that although I am a fitness freak and want a slim waistline (36 inches or so) I am completely and totally happy with everyone else's body size. I never judge a person by their looks, especially when naked. Everyone is equal and beautiful in their own way. This is for ME ONLY.

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    Are there any nudist bodybuilders or fitness competition enthusiasts out there? I need help!

    I am fighting with the last few inches of fat around my waist, while trying not to loose any hard earned muscle mass. Does anyone have any suggestions on how to get rid of the bodyfat while not losing the muscle? Please understand that although I am a fitness freak and want a slim waistline (36 inches or so) I am completely and totally happy with everyone else's body size. I never judge a person by their looks, especially when naked. Everyone is equal and beautiful in their own way. This is for ME ONLY.

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    • #3
      The problem with working out is that most people wonder why certain parts of their body don't cooperate. There's several reasons for this. For instance, Men hold fat in the abs area, just below the bellybutton. Notice that most men have this pootch in that area. Joggers can't figure out why they have that spare tire. They jog until their legs fall off but don't realise that they have to workout the abs just as hard. Working the legs has "nothing" to do with the abs. Your workout should be head to toe.If you eat RED MEAT, it takes up to "12" days for it to pass thru the system. So you could have "X" months of unfinished meat sitting in your gut. Against all studies, humans ARE NOT meat eaters. The teeth are flat and the digestive tract are long allowing for more digestion of vegetables and such; things with less proteins and such. While, say, dogs have canines and a short digestive tract for fast absorbtion. Humans=35'; dogs=8'.
      Drinking pop or beer/liquor is another.Water,water,water. It has NO calories and your body uses it like it's made for. Plus you feel more lubed up. Adults are 75% water, not pop.
      Just some food for thought...

      Steve

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      • #4
        One thing I have noticed over the years is that people that "Think they are fat" usually arn't.

        I don't know how many times I have seen women pull their skin out from thire waist or tummy to show how fat they are.
        It's SKIN, not fat. That's where that "pinch and inch" thing comes from. Everybody should be able to pinch an inch around their waist. It's when it's 3 or 4 inches that you need to start to worry.
        If you can see your abs rippling through your skin , you don't have any fat to worry about.
        I know a few people that have lost alot of weight. It takes many years for the skin to shrink down. Areas like the arms and waist become saggy. No amount of excercise will speed up the process. It takes 8 years for your body to create a new skin. And once a body stops growing, skin is no longer stretched out tight like it would be for a teenager.

        Don't expect to return to the way you were when you were a teenager. It just isn't going to happen.

        Steve

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        • #5
          I pump iron at a small specialist gym once a week on Thursday mornings.
          I asked the trainer about the bit of spare around the waist thing, and he said that it could very well be loose skin.
          When I told him your age, he said that you may just have to accept it, because it's not likely to shrink. He said it could be surgically removed, but he certainly doesn't recommend this.
          I swim every day, but not long distance, because I would find that boring.
          My favourite form of exercise is dancing, ballroom, Latin and jive, and I do that 3 or 4 times a week.
          I take a pride in my appearance, but I'm not a fanatic, and I'm not dedicated. If I put myself on an exercise regime I did not enjoy, I would soon give up on it, but that's just me. I respect people who are dedicated for a worthwhile cause.

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          • #6
            There are some additional safe steps you can take to improve fat metabolism.

            I get an exercise e-mail newsletter from Active.com

            Last October, Deborah Shulman posted a very helpful article entitled, "Want energy? Time your eating and exercise". You should be able to find this and similar articles using the search box on Active's Web page.

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