Weight loss + recommended exercise

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  1. flanker1971

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    I couldnt find an appropiate forum for this but here we go

    Basically im trying to lose weight, especially on chest and stomach area. ive been drinking nothing but water and have totally cut out sugary foods.

    What i want to know is, what exercises can i do to flatten my stomach and chest? at the moment im doing situps and thats about it.

    I got about 1 1/2 months to my holiday so i need fast results :) seriously though im just looking to try and get in the best shape i can in this time.

    Any advice?
     
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    1. you can't spot reduce fat
    2. to lose weight, input calories < expended calories
     
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    google "DNP"
     
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    walk for an hour everyday (walk briskly)
     
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    do cardio and eat X10 your weight calories
     
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