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Fencing Exercise to Get Flat Stomach
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Exercise to Develop a Flat Belly

Fencing is a reasonable way to develop a flat stomach. Because fencing burns calories, it helps to create a calorie deficit which forces the body to burn it's stored fat - including stomach fat.

Fencing Burns Abdominal Fat

About 10 minutes of fencing burns about 50 calories. In one year, this daily fitness workout burns a total of 18,250 calories per year - about 5.2 pounds of body fat. A significant proportion of this fat tissue is likely to be belly fat. In addition, many exercise routines improve abdominal muscle tone in the waistline area (the "six-pack" effect) to give the appearance of a flat stomach.

Belly Fat is Bad for Health

A daily fencing exercise-plan helps you to develop a flat stomach and improves your health. This is because abdominal fat is linked to higher risk of serious illness.

Fencing, Flat Stomach and Diet

In order to develop a flat belly as fast as possible by fencing, it's important to follow a healthy, nutritious diet, containing an adequate supply of vitamins and minerals. Remember: a healthy, well-fed body loses stomach fat faster.

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