Plan To Lose Belly Fat Forever

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In this video Elliott talks about how to lose belly fat forever with a simple plan for permanent fat loss


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Ethan Platas says:

Hey when you say nothing except water. Can you still drink a protein shake

Adolfo Cortinas says:

I’m a 5 foot 5 39 yr old man, how much should I weigh

Lucifer Escalona says:

unicorns that brings u too a heaven 

Asher Jones says:

Wow he didn’t insist on an insane amount of protein like most. “Some
protein” sounds very do-able 

Bobby Jones says:

Why rice you said eliminate rice. I thought white rice does no harm

stephanie sands says:

What if you don’t have weights??

Yas Mean says:

LOL my cousin sent me this. Elliot’s been a big influence on my weight loss
goals and honestly these are things that i’ve heard across the internet and
fitspo world regarding weight loss, regardless of your gender.

the root of it all is, however, discipline. and that’s my biggest problem.
I struggle with fucking discipline and not only is it embarrassing to
myself but to others who have been watching my weight loss journey (and
have witnessed my hardcore falls).

sooo my biggest goal right now… is discipline. find a way to teach myself
not to give up. don’t let the tiny asshole voice in my head talk me out of
doing what needs to be done for me.

then… this. 

Charlie Yang says:

God that was so mature. Props to you Elliott.

John Linder says:

Drink whiskey 24/7. No eating. The weight melts away!

Quazzimodo Productions says:

I have lost 128 pounds in 11 months (I had a month to two months of no
weight loss due to holidays) and I did it by eating whatever I wanted (but
being realistic and not eating crap) however I stuck to 1500 calories. I
ate whatever, KFC, McDonalds but I made sure I didn’t eat more than 1500
calories. I didn’t even do exercise but now I have a drive to do more as I
find it easier, I’m not in pain and I’m faster. It’s just 1 rule and it’s
easy: Eat no more than 1500 calories.

MrGchiasson says:

Great video !
I’ve been reading up on the truth about ‘gluten’..wheat products… I was
shocked by what we are really eating. We are being ‘poisoned for
The more I learn, the more I enjoy the workouts.. I know what I’m doing and
why I’m doing it! ( My main problem has been consistency in my workouts &
diet…focusing on correcting that.)
Thanks for the info-videos… great stuff…

ThatOneGuy115N6 says:

This is literally all you need but what you have to realize is that those
sneaky little carbohydrates are in just about everything, they’re in
breads, yogurt, eggs (lower than bread by far), milk, and almost anything
on the market other than vegetables and lean meats (this goes without
saying that they also contain carbohydrates, just not the starchy ones,
unless you’re talkin potatoes my friend. Cutting carbs out will rapidly
drop weight and get you the results you want but you have to realize before
committing that it is VERY difficult. Hope this helps. Respect Elliot.

Grace H says:

I really enjoy the tips elliot gives yet, I have been vegan for a few years
and lost weight healthily (i also get more than enough protein). My body is
now at the shape it is truly meant to be and I still am able to wrestle and
run cross country. I eat a diet that mainly consists of large quantities of
vegetables AND fruit with minimal nuts and seeds. I feel as though, this is
just my body that experienced this, the fruit really revved my metabolism
and it still does. Yet for about 1 month out of the year i got on a veggie
cleanse and eat nothing but vegetables, which helps my body relinquish its
dependance on fruit for quick bursts of energy or serotonin. What really
contributed to the ‘reshaping’ of my body was eliminating every liquid
except water, (though i still drink homemade, freshly squeezed pure
vegetable or fruit juices). I used most of Elliots workout ideas and those
made me build muscle that was tough yet still flexible. Every body is
different, and for me, going vegan helped me tremendously, but it might not
work for everyone! 🙂 

Lucifer Escalona says:

well i guess cycling, running, jumping ropes will help a lot

JHutchGAMES says:

Hey man you really helped me with this video man, I suck at knowing whats
healthy and whats not, and this helped… ty alot man!


Ben Dover lmaooo

and2409 says:

Getting Rid of Stubborn Bodyfat- by Lyle McDonald

Without going into the brutally long and complicated mental computations
that led me to this (and I’m still working on the overall scheme), here’s
my current thoughts on how to approach it.

First and foremost, this is one of the places where morning/pre-breakfast
cardio is probably crucially important.

An hour or two before cardio, take 200 mg caffeine with 1-3 grams of
L-tyrosine (NO ephedrine).

There are two segments to the cardio:

– The first segment is for mobilization, to get those stubborn fatty acids
out of the fat cell.
– The second segment is the oxidation part, to burn them off in the muscle.

For the first segment of the cardio, use a machine that you don’t normally
use. So if you normally do the treadmill, do the first segment on the
stairmaster or bike or something. Just make it different.

First segment:
warmup: 3-5 minutes
go hard: 5-10 minutes. I mean hard, as hard as you can stand for the entire
time. This will NOT be fun on lowered blood glucose. I’ve considered
putting intervals here but haven’t found the data I need to make up my
mind. If you do intervals, go something like 5X1′ all out with a 1′ break
(10′ total intervals)

Rest 5′, just sit on your butt, drink water, try not to puke.

Go to your normal cardio machine. Do at least 30 minutes at moderate/high
moderate intensity (below lactate threshold but decent intensity). I’d say
45′ maximum here but I’m still making up my mind and looking at data.

Go home, and wait and hour before having a small protein meal (25-50 grams
or so). No dietary fat. 2-3 hours later, go back to normal diet eating.
Your daily calories shouldn’t be any different than they were already, they
are just distributed differently, you only have 100-200 immediately after
cardio, and then the rest afterwards.

I’d do that maybe 3 days per week to start, and see what happens.

Why this works

To get stubborn fat mobilized, you have to overcome a fairly severe
resistance in terms of both blood flow and lipolysis, this requires very
high concentrations of catecholamines (adrenaline/noradrenaline). Sadly,
jacking up levels of catecholamines (necessary for mobilization) limits
burning in the muscle which is why you follow the high intensity with low

Basically, you jack up levels to get the fat mobilized, and then let them
fall so that the fatty acid can be burned in the muscle.

I have a study showing that Ephedrine before intense activity lowers the
catecholamine response, that’s the reason for avoiding it. Studies also
show a lower than normal catecholamine response as people adapt to a given
type of cardio; doing a different machine will result in a higher
catecholamine response than you’d other wise get.

The bigger problem with stubborn fat has to do with:

– Blood flow to the fat cells: which is typically very low, odds are your
butt is cold to the touch compared to other areas of your body
– It’s harder to mobilize: both because of impaired blood flow, and because
of adrenoceptor issues.

Oral yohimbe (0.2 mg/kg) can be effective when used over the long term.
Don’t take it within 3-4 hours of taking ephedrine, and start with a
half-dose to assess tolerance (some people get really freaky responses from
it). IF you can find pharmaceutical yohimbine, it’s far far better than the
herbal version (and most of the herbal versions are crap, the only one I
trust is Twinlab Yohimbe Fuel).

Taking the yohimbe with caffeine prior to morning cardio does seem to help
with very stubborn fat.

Freedom says:

Ummm why is your chest flabby? Where are your shoulders? 

Ryein Goddard says:

Hey man I tried to cut out carbs and ate only meat and veggies, but I
started to get really depressed. I did some searching and some people say
you should eat some carbs like potattos and shit some times.

Did I just not eat enough carbs or something?

River Tam says:

Ive been doing this for 2-3 weeks and I have went from 222lbs to 211 lbs.
Plus feel better.
I need my tea and coffee though, black, Im a big tea snob(Yorkshire for

-I have not been walking though, just doing a lot of work around the house
and staying busy.

TheDeadWarlord says:

Wait what abou green tea with no sugar or anything thier is water in it and
it makes your matoblism faster 

CrysisYaDig says:

wow I cant eat fruit really 

Ryan goberdhan says:

I’m 16 with the exact same problems Eliot described the other kid as. What
if I follow all these steps but for my meat (protein) I use a protein
powder (whey,epiq, ect) And mix it with water ? Will that be a better

Ivan Sessions says:


hey ive seen your videos and the two most helpful were this one, and one
called “Out of shape? Just do this” I believe. Well ive gotten the advice
but I have a few questions
1, if I only get 5 hours of sleep a day, will I never lose weight or does
it just make me wanna eat more
2, do you have any tips for jogging because my shins always hurt when I jog
3, do you have any tips on school kids trying to lose weight? Like could I
lose weight if I just ate fruits or just ate vegetables?
4, what do you think of Mike Chang’s Afterburn effect? Do you use that
concept to workout too?

Anything will help and be appreciated, Thanks!

Skyla Shanell says:

You seem so confident in this yo Elliot!
I almost wanna challenge you. I got a gut from Hell! Shit won’t go down for
ANYthing. Well, anything healthy… I’m gonna do this for 6 weeks…. & we
will see. I’ll be back -__- (in my villain voice) 

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