‘360 approach’: Belly fat burning guide – fitness guru known for washboard abs Lilly Sabri

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Lilly, who runs no.1 ranked Fitness App @leanwithlilly and boasts over 3million subscribers on her Youtube account where she shares workout videos including killer ab routines. 

She shared with Express.co.uk her holistic approach to burning belly fat and flattening your stomach.

How to burn belly fat

“You want to be doing a 360 approach,” Lilly explained.

Lilly detailed how training, diet, and mindset are the three key elements to gettings abs – as well as pilates.

“So, from the training side of things, you need to be in a calorie deficit with the training styles you are doing,” Lilly said.

“What I always recommend, and the Lean approach is cardio based-training and light strength training and then pilates, or another exercise to specifically target muscle.

“If we’re wanting to work the core we need to do more Pilates stuff. That’s the first thing.”

Lilly explained: “By being in a calorie deficit, you’re going to drop the overall weight on your body and by targeting specific muscles, you’re going to tone that muscle area so once that fat is burnt off your body, you’re going to see, as well as feel the muscle strength.”

Lilly emphasised eating a healthy diet, which leaves you feeling good and ready to work out.

“On top of exercise, you have your food.

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“So, how are you in calorie deficit? What foods are you eating to make you want to work out, feeling happy and great so you then want to get into that calorie deficit by moving your body.”

Lastly, mindset is important to achieving your abs goals, Lilly says.

She also reminds readers to know everybody is different and being happy and healthy is the most important thing.

“Then you have the psychological side of things, knowing that this isn’t going to be a quick fix, you’re not going to do 100 crunches then you suddenly have a six-pack,” Lilly said.

“This is something over time which is going to develop.

“Everyone’s body is different. Everyone’s body is structured differently.

“Some people will be able to get defined abs and visible abs, some people won’t anatomy and that is absolutely fine but strengthening your core is different to having a visible six-pack, they’re a very, very different thing.”

Diet expert Michael Mosley told Express.co.uk belly fat is the “most important” fat to target.

“Even the slimmest of people can suffer from belly fat and, often, the abdomen is one of the most dangerous places to store fat,” Dr Mosley explained.

He continued: “As if this were not bad enough, fat cells deep in your abdomen – also known as ‘visceral fat’ – are reluctant to let go of their energy-stash.

“To find the extra energy needed to fuel a small energy deficit, or a standard gym session, your body will look to other reserves first, like your glutes.

“Fortunately, recent breakthroughs in medical and sports science have shown that it is possible to throw this gradient into reverse: you can lose belly fat, and you can lose it fast.”

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