Free Guide for Men Over 40

40 LAWS OF LEAN FOR MEN OVER 40

Free Guide for Men Over 40

40 LAWS OF LEAN FOR MEN OVER 40

Best Way to Get Rid of Belly Fat Fast

One of the best things you can do for your health especially as you get older is take charge of your belly fat!

If you don’t take the time to address this now, the problem won’t go away as you get older. Then you’ll have an even bigger mountain to climb when it comes to burning fat and getting lean.

The truth is anything above 40 inches waist circumference (102 cm) in men is known as abdominal obesity.

Having lots of fat in the abdominal region is strongly linked to diseases such as type 2 diabetes and heart disease.

If you have a lot of excess fat around your waistline, then you should be taking some steps to get rid of it, even if you’re not very heavy over all.

Thankfully, I created this brand to help men over 40, just like you lose fat and get lean without the nonsense.

Here are some steps that you can implement TODAY to start losing belly fat right away.

  • Cut out sugar

Sugar is very unhealthy and extremely addictive. It’s everywhere and whilst a bit of sugar here and there won’t cause any long-term problems, excess sugar has uniquely harmful effects on metabolic health.

The research is clear that excess sugar can lead to an increased accumulation of fat around the belly and on the liver.

Sweetened fizzy drinks are a big culprit, linked to a whopping 60% of obesity. Just cutting out fizzy drinks can have a huge impact on fat loss and improved health.

Make a conscious decision to minimise the amount of sugar in your diet and eliminate sugary drinks completely.

A lot of men get confused when it comes to fruit. This is completely different than the processed sugar you’ll find in fizzy drinks.

Fruit is extremely healthy and has plenty of fibre that eliminates the negative effects of fructose.

The best way to cut back or eliminate sugar is to start reading labels. Even foods marketed as health foods can contain huge amounts of sugar.

Try and stick with fresh foods with as few ingredients as possible, those that are in their natural state.

Stay away from anything processed that’s been packaged in a bag or box for the best benefits.

  • Eat healthy protein sources

Protein is an important macronutrient when it comes to losing weight and getting lean. Because of it’s filling effects, its been shown to reduce cravings by 60% and boost metabolism by 80-100 calories per day.

The research is clear that keeping protein at around 25-30 % of total calories will boost metabolism, repair lean muscle and guard against belly fat.

The problem arises when men think of excessive amounts and chugging down protein shakes is the answer is a lean body.

Moderate amounts of protein work best and from lean natural sources such as lean cuts of meat, eggs, fresh fish and natural yogurt.

  • Cut out processed carbs

Processed carbs such as cookies and white bread aren’t doing you any good for fat loss. Heavily processed carbs haven’t got any nutritional benefits and will put a brake on your fat loss goals.

With that said going the no carb route isn’t the answer to losing fat!

When you restrict healthy carbohydrates, you’ll kill testosterone levels and make binge eating inevitable, which is the last thing you want.

Stick to healthy carb sources such as whole grain oats, whole grain pasta, potatoes, brown rice, fruits and vegetables for the best fat loss results.

  • Don’t try and spot reduce belly fat

Losing belly fat is NOT about trying to spot reduce. Doing endless crunches or “targeting” the mid-section won’t work.

One study conducted had men training for 6 weeks doing nothing but training the abdominal muscles directly and it had no measurable effect on waist circumference or the amount of fat in the abdominal cavity.

The key to losing fat is to think of the body as a unit. When you lose fat, you’ll lose it from your face, your back, your legs, arms AND stomach.

But if you focus on just the stomach you’ll never get lean.

You need a training plan that’s going to train ALL your muscle groups and a nutrition plan that’s going to allow you to lose fat without feeling neglected.

The key to losing fat is strength training using the compound movements, I’ve mentioned this before and it should be your focus, NOT cardio training.

  • Track calories and food

When losing fat, at least in the beginning you need to keep tabs on everything you eat i.e. how many calories, how much protein, how many carbs and how much dietary fat you’re taking in.

I think that for anyone who truly wants to optimize their diet, tracking things for a while is essential to success.

Not only do you need to know how many calories you’re taking in daily, but you need to ensure those calories are spilt evenly so that you’re taking in adequate protein, enough carbs to fuel workouts and enough fat to support testosterone production.

  • Take the guesswork out of losing belly fat

If you’re in a hurry to lose fat and get your best body, then my Abs Over 40 course will be perfect for you.

Abs Over 40 includes a detailed training plan, a step by step nutrition plan and cardio plan to getting lean and even reveal your abs.

Not only that it’s designed for busy men just like you, who haven’t got the time to be in the gym 4-6 times per week and prepare all those boring meals.

You’ll only be strength training 3 times per week and I’ll teach you a form of intermittent fasting that will skyrocket your fat loss results whilst keeping you feeling full.

Abs Over 40 isn’t just a quick program either, it’s a full course, that you’ll get access to for a lifetime plus a lifetime of updates.

It’s a true investment to your future self without the nonsense.


    24 replies to "Best Way to Get Rid of Belly Fat Fast"

    • Jim

      I’m checking out your program and am curious about weights. How much of a home gym do I need? Can I manage this program with dumbells only?

      • Rob Richley

        Hi Jim,

        you could Substitute the recommended compound movements for dumbbell variations. That would work well. For lower body you coud always do Goblet squats, holding a dumbbell to the chest.

        Hope that helps.

        regards

        Rob

    • Caleb Angell

      Hi there, Just replying to the information you have given me to understand the abdomen crisis,I’m now 45 and have always been lean up till now,the abdominal region has been giving me a hard time and learning how to get rid of it has been a challenge, now I have the information in front of me I can better myself by cutting out sugar and I’m sure I will see a change.Thanks for your help keep up the good work.Caleb

      • Rob Richley

        Hi Caleb,

        thanks very much I’m so pleased I could help. Please keep me updated on progress, you can always contact me via the contact form on my website as well.

        regards

        Rob

    • Chris

      Hey Rob. How’s everything?

      I just hit 30 years old and I was wondering, would this program work for me as well? I suppose any diet changes no matter the age would benefit from your program.
      Thanks!

      • Rob Richley

        Hi Chris,

        yes it would! If you have any specific questions let me know.

        regards

        Rob

    • Hendri Frankenfeld

      Hi I’m 64 abd weigh 80 kg and 1.57 m tall and in relatively good shape with a strong core. I gym 1 hour a day 4 to 6 days a week. I am unable to lose belly fat. My diet is also not good. I would like to try your plan for exercise and eating clean.

      • Rob Richley

        Hi Hendri,

        I’m going to be offering 1-1 online coaching very soon, so stay tuned!

        regards

        Rob

    • Dave

      Where can I get your book

      • Rob Richley

        Hi Dave,

        I’m going to be offering 1-1 online coaching very soon, stay tuned!

        Rob

    • Octavio

      Hi Rob richley i need help losesing belly fat

      • Rob Richley

        Hi Octavio,

        stay tuned I’m going to be offering 1-1 online coaching!

        regards

        Rob

    • isaac dejesus

      Hi Rob,
      I was wondering if your diet plans would help a person over 50 with diabetic , type 1.
      Thanks,
      Isaac

      • Rob Richley

        Hi Isaac,

        Yes they will! Check out my course, Abs Over 40!

        regards

        Rob

    • Ben

      I am 77. active, but need to lose belly fat. Will your course help?

      • Rob Richley

        Hi Ben,

        Yes it comes with a complete home workout too.

        regards

        Rob

    • Mahessh

      Very best tips

      • Rob Richley

        Hi Mahessh,

        thank you!

        Rob

    • Rudy

      I’m 63 and need a program to lose belly fat

      • Rob Richley

        Hi Rudy,

        check out my abs over 40 course.

        regards

        Rob

    • Harry Rushing

      I am 80 years old walk 2 miles every other day and lift weights 3 days a week. Can’t lose weight an belly fat need help.

      • Rob Richley

        Hi Harry,

        the home training workout in Abs Over 40 might help you with that and nutrition strategy.

        regards

        Rob

    • Frank

      In a recent research article it stated eating potatoes, as this article recommends doing, is a poor diet choice. Potatoes regardless of how they are prepared is processed in the body and it enters the blood stream faster than drinking a sugary soda/pop over driving the pancreas. It is worse than drinking a sugary pop.

      • Rob Richley

        Hi Frank,

        this is another misconception of the fitness industry! The only people that should be concerned about the speed of carbs being processed in the body are diabetics. For everyone else, the speed of carbs entering the bloodstream is too trivial to be concerned about, especially when it comes to losing fat and getting lean.

        regards

        Rob

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