How To Get Rid Of Back Fat
What does it take to get rid of that upper back fat? Here is an advice coming from a personal trainer.
My name is Nick Mitchell. I'm a personal trainer in London. I own a gym called Ultimate Performance and here in this gym, we train everybody from pop stars ad soap stars to professional athletes and lots and lots of regular people in the art and science of body composition.
If somebody comes to me wanting to lose back fat, one must first assume that they have exercise and diet right and correct. So, assuming that's all good and assuming that's all progressing in the right manner, the focus of back fat is first of all, you've got to ask yourself. Do you really actually have a fat back? What does a fat back mean to you? If you're covered in the layer of fat evenly distributed all over your body, there's no point thinking “I need to lose this fat from my back.
This is the thing that I need to focus on.” Get a friend or a loved one to go to up your back just to squeeze the skin in the upper back. If it feels quite thin, then the chances are you've got an even layer of fat all over body.
But if it feels thick relative to everything else, that tends to tell us something, and what that tends to tell us is that usually an individual don't deal very well naturally with carbohydrates. My honest advice is to focus on eating anything that can basically, you can eat it if you can kill it, pick it or pluck it but you can't eat it otherwise, so what you don't want to do is you don't want to eat rice, you don't want to eat too much fruits, you definitely don't want to eat bread, you don't want to eat cereal, you don't want to eat grains. You want to focus on eating lots and lots of vegetables.
You want to focus on eating meat, eggs, nuts, fish and fowl, and then of course, there's the way you exercise. The best way to exercise to improve your body's ability, to let's call it to process blood sugar, it's actually to improve your body's insulin sensitivity and to do things to actually increase the muscle mass that you have in your body. And how do you increase your muscle mass? Well, you actually train like a body builder.
So, you don't necessarily have to spend hours and hours and hours on the exercise bike or the treadmill. What you have to do, you have to go into a gym, get the right instruction and lift weights and do it hard and do it intensely. This, in the short, medium to long term, depending upon how dedicated you are, will have a huge impact on losing upper back fat. .