How To Get Rid Saddlebags

How To Get Rid Saddlebags

Many women suffer from the unwanted extra fat that pads the side of the rear end. Unfortunately, no one created a magic pill to instantly remove unwanted saddlebags. Since it is not a magic pill, you have to get rid of saddlebags the old fashioned way. Here is the best way to do just that

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Stay away from gimmicks. There are many programs that offer quick ways to get rid of saddlebags. Unfortunately, short of surgery, is not the quick fix to saddlebags. It takes consistent and diligent effort.

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Watch what you eat. Saddlebags are a result of excess fat. If your diet consists of fat greasy burgers, cakes and milkshakes, it’s time to make some dietary changes. It’s time to add more fruits and vegetables to your diet. Also cut down on excess sugar and processed carbohydrates.

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Institute an aerobic exercise program. It takes at least 20 minutes of aerobic exercise before your body starts to burn fat. If you want to get rid of the saddlebags, so you have to work to burn fat. Start slow. If you can do 20 or 30 minutes of aerobic exercise at once, do what you can and slowly increase the time.

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Start a strength-training program to firm up the muscles in your saddlebag area. Aerobics helps to burn fat and resistance training works to strengthen muscles. Since muscle takes up less space than fat, more muscle do saddlebag area appear smaller. Doing exercises such as squats, hip extensions, lunges and side leg lifts.

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Drink plenty of water. With any kind of weight / fat reduction and exercise program, always remember to drink adequate amounts of water. Proper hydration is important for weight loss success. Water helps flush toxins and allows the body to do what it needs to do to maintain your exercise program.


Tips and Warnings

Drink plenty of water to fill up your stomach before eating dinner.
Do not deprive yourself of all the goodies. Take things in moderation.

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