[quote]Charles Staley wrote:
You’ll always have more or less the same bodyfat deposition pattern (meaning, the areas where your fat tends to collect as it were), so I think it’s pretty much a matter of getting leaner, and trying to offset your fat deposition patterns with more muscle, etc.
Other than surgery, I think that’s the lot you’ve been dealt, but I wouldn’t underestimate the degree to which you can improve things through continued dietary and training efforts…
Hey, just a quick question. i have been doing some dieting(sort of, lol) and adding in some conditioning work as of late, and i have lost some weight 240lbs down to 226lbs, and i am getting vascularity in my arms, shoulders, and legs. but i still have a lot of fat around my torso, you can see my first two sets of abds, but i still have a “spare tire” and “man-boobs”.
is the answer that i just need to lose more weight, as that is where i seem to store fat, or is there something i need to address specifically in diet or training that will help this?
the reason i am asking is i really do not want to get much lighter, 215-220 is about where i want to be.
sorry if this is a stupid question.
whoa! how do i rate a response from Charles Staley? thanks for the input.
i have heard before (i think) that lactic acid tolerance training is better for getting rid of problematic fat stores than traditional cardio?