So many people out there want and easy fix to blast that belly fat and get ripped for the summer season. While there are many products out there that claim they can do that, most of them are complete crap. And the few that do "work" only do so by using certain chemicals that unnaturally temporarily boost your body's metabolism to help burn a few extra calories. When it comes down to it, burning stubborn belly fat is all about a slight caloric deficit, proper diet, and an unparalleled sense of discipline.
Being someone who used to have issues with body fat, I was in this situation long ago and had many issues trying to burn off the belly fat. No matter how hard I pushed myself, that fat would not go away. Admittedly, I tried a few of those products and some had varying degrees of success for me. However, they were not worth the money and ultimately negated any gains I made in the weeks following completion of a cycle. So after some digging, I found that in order to develop and maintain and lean body mass, one has to take in the proper amount of calories. If you are serious about burning that belly fat, your first step should be to visit a nutritionist. Sure, there are many calorie calculators out there on the internet, but they are a little too broad for purposes of burning belly fat. A nutritionist will establish your level of activity, your age, height, weight, build, and determine a rough estimate on how many calories you take in each day. Before visiting a nutritionist, carry around a journal to write down every thing you eat. In this phase, do not worry about trying to make yourself look like a dietary saint. The nutritionist needs to see what you eat regularly and can help build a diet plan based on foods you enjoy. Once you establish your daily caloric intake and have gotten your body's metabolism used to the new diet plan you can start taking your first steps to burning off belly fat. With each passing day, trim off about 200 to 300 calories from your diet plan. It isn't a huge deficit and it will take some time to burn it off, but if you take too many calories out of your diet your body will become catabolic and burn muscle as a source of energy as well as fat, minimizing gains you're making elsewhere in the gym. Continue this process for a few months and you will definitely see results. Stay disciplined and determined and you will ultimately reach your goal.