This is the complete guide to going from skinny fat to lean.
Specifically, you will learn:
- What the skinny fat body type is
- How to eat to get lean
- Mistakes to avoid
- How to train
Ready? Let’s dive in.
“Liposuction can be a great way to eliminate stubborn fat areas that won't respond to diet and exercise.”
“Liposuction effectively removes fat around your belly, back, arms, neck, hips, and other areas.”
Sigh. I get it. Losing fat can be difficult, especially around stubborn areas like the lower back and belly.
But here’s the thing:
Skinny fat liposuction is a common approach for many people who want to improve their appearance but aren’t interested in doing the real work.
Instead of changing their lifestyle, they believe surgery is all it takes to go from a skinny fat physique to leanness and muscle definition.
Here’s why it doesn’t work.
If you’ve read any of my other articles, you know I’m a big advocate of resistance training for weight loss and muscle growth.
Still, cardiovascular exercise is beneficial even for skinny fat people.
Today’s guide will outline the best skinny fat cardio tactics, the benefits, and how you can do aerobic exercise without putting yourself at risk of muscle loss.
Prevailing wisdom suggests that body weight is the most important thing we need to track and maintain for optimal health and fitness.
This is one reason so many people obsess over their scale weight and attach their value and self-perception to each day’s weigh-in.
While body weight can be a helpful metric, it can also mislead people. Specifically, it can mislead skinny fat people.