Unexpected Reasons You are Not Losing Belly Fat

5 Surprising reasons why you are not losing belly fat

There are many people who deal with the problem of abdominal fat and even after doing a lot of vigorous exercises they fail. This might happen because of some reasons that you may not know so we are here to tell tou few of them

Not knowing the type of your belly

For reducing the belly fat you must know that what kind of stomach weight it actually is. There are 5 types of abdominal obesity that happens because of reasons like stress, pregnancy, alcohol, hormonal imbalance and bloating. So you must know that in what category you are to know which method for weight loss will work for you.

Following wrong diet

Each nutrient and vitamin are essential for the body, doing diet does not mean that you forget how much quantity to eat and when. Keep your calories intake in check and make sure that it does contain healthy fats because following wrong diet makes you fatter.


No matter how much workout you are doing, high level of stress hormones result in weight gain. Try to relax, do things according to your capability, engage yourself in some activity or hang out with friends. This makes you motivated and gives you more energy to reduce weight and become fit.

Always checking weight

Most of the people who do workouts have a habit of checking their weight every day. This obsession of measuring your kg is not good as it gives you unexpected results hence you become demotivated and eat a lot. So, try to check your weight once in a week so that you would know at what pace you are improving.

Don’t get stick to one workout

Your fitness depends upon your overall workout; just doing cardio would not help in reducing your weight. Be diverse and include all the necessary exercises for stomach, instead of gym you can also go for swimming or martial arts.

Lack of sleep

A study has found that those who sleep for five hours or less a night are 30% more likely to gain 30 or more pounds than those who sleep for 7 hours. The National Institutes of Health suggest adults sleep seven to eight hours a night.