Belly fat and obesity go hand in hand because when the body starts accumulating fat, the fat inevitably goes to the stomach area. Belly fat can be dangerous because it is associated with obesity which kills over 300,000 people every year in the United States alone. This is mainly because weight gain is associated with high-blood pressure, kidney failure, heart failure, strokes, breathing problems, sleep disorders and even a very low self-esteem given that the media has nothing nice to say about people who are overweight.
Having six pack abs is not only a sign of good health, it also makes you look good. People with six pack abs are sexually attractive. They are also more confident, active, flexible, agile and stronger that those who have fatty bellies. Here is a short guide on how to get six pack abs.
Trim down your belly fat – before you actually develop your abs, it is very important that you trim down your belly fat first. If you do not trim down your fat, you will end up hiding your abs under a layer of fate. You can trim down your belly fat in a lot of ways. Depending on the severity and nature of your belly fat, you can use a combination of diet, cardiovascular training and other exercises. If you have a fatty belly, you really should exhaust all your efforts first in trimming your belly down before you think about getting six pack abs.