How To Lose Weight In The Hips And Waist Area?

How To Lose Weight In The Hips And Waist Area?
Every person who has tried to lose weight has faced a problem when fat goes away, but there are places from which fat goes especially hard, for example, waist, thighs, and buttocks. At the same time, other body areas lose weight very quickly: face, arms, women’s breasts, etc. Why is it so, and how to lose weight in problem areas, like thighs or waist? How to remove excess fat from the buttocks without exercise?

This post is mainly for women, but guys should also read it. Weight loss workouts often disappoint women who want to make slimmer hips, waist, and tighter buttocks. That’s because they get a noticeable reduction in breast size, while their waist, hips, and buttocks remain virtually unchanged. At the same time, body weight is reduced but in the wrong places. What to do?

How To Lose Weight In Problem Areas?

This post is devoted to a specific topic – losing weight in problematic areas. But not with the help of exercises. Let’s talk today about more subtle matters – the nervous system and capillaries. Nevertheless, I will give some exercises in a separate post.

Consider these four points to slim your hips, waist, and buttocks:

1. Do exercises for hips, waist, and buttocks.
2. Cardio: walking, running, biking, and other types of activity to burn fat.
3. Proper nutrition or a sensible diet.
4. Stimulation of blood circulation in problem areas, from which fat goes away in the last place. As a rule, for women, these are thighs, buttocks, and waist (lower abdomen and flanks).

The fourth point is the most interesting as no one talks about it anywhere!

What Factors Affect Fat Distribution?

Let’s take a look at your body’s ability to take fat from one place and not take it from another depends on. Nerve impulses and body fluids (blood, lymph, tissue fluid) regulate all vital body functions. And to influence any part of the body, it is necessary to develop the influence channels – the same nerves and blood vessels.

To make things easier for understanding, I will use a simple example from everyday life. If my provider has problems with signal speed (cable problems or interrupted connection), I won’t publish a finished post on time or respond to your comments, or promptly make changes to codes or upload files. The site will slow down its activity. And all because it’s interaction channel has a weak connection.

That’s how things work in our bodies too. Many factors affect our interaction channels, including genetics, illnesses, psychological aspects. That partly explains why one person may have fat mainly on waist and the other on chest or hips.

It is difficult, but not impossible, to improve your interaction channels. But keep in mind that fitness has its natural limits. On the other hand, a cosmetic surgeon, who removes fat, looks like a hero (even though he is doing you a disservice for a lot of money). Such service is like putting analgin on a sore tooth. The pain is temporarily gone, but the reason is still there!

Body Bloodstreams

Central Nervous System And Weight Loss

The main thing that you need to pay attention to when you want to lose weight in the hips and waist is this – the more developed the nervous network in organs, the better their management and more intensive metabolic processes there.

High innervation means increased blood flow, rapid response to brain signals, and accelerated metabolism. And all these are necessary conditions to remove fat from the right places. That’s why the body uses fat reserves from areas where they are easier to get – with high innervation and plenty of receptors. By the way, the female breast is such a place.

On the other hand, reduced innervation means a slower response to body signals. You’re trying hard to show your body that you need to use fat tissue for energy (by training hard at cardio and eating right), but the fat in the hard-to-reach areas (waist, thighs, and buttocks) doesn’t even think about moving away. To be precise, it decreases, but very slowly. Abd the reason is weak innervation, and as a consequence, poor circulation of fluids that carry necessary substances to the fat cells.

On What Depends The Innervation In Different Body Parts?

As I said before, it’s genetics, illnesses, and a lot more. There are several ways to increase the innervation in the needed areas. One way is doing exercises affecting muscles in the problem area.

The second way is all kinds of massages, vibromassages, and cosmetic procedures. That is the stimuli that affect the skin from the outside.

And the third way is visualization and concentration in the specific area of the body. You have to start thinking positively about that area as often as possible. And it will be thankful to you! That sounds weird, I know. But it works.

Also, there are auto-training techniques and working with feelings of warmth and cold. That is when you try to achieve a sensation of warmth or coolness in some body area. Who says you can’t use these techniques for aesthetic purposes?

One nuance: on my aerobics group training, I noticed one important thing. A woman who complained about waist fat tended to have spinal problems in the lumbar region. Her skin in that area was often cold, even during exercise. That means weak innervation and a less-developed capillary network.

And the cause was osteochondrosis, which led to insufficient innervation of some areas of her body. In this example, lumbar osteochondrosis and hard fat on the woman’s waist and hips were present together. When she has begun to treat the disease, the innervation became much better: her skin became warm again, the capillary network denser, and it is easier to get rid of the fat.

Body Fluids And Circulation Questions

The second part of the question is the circulation of fluids in the problem areas: circulation of blood through capillaries, lymph through lymphatic vessels, and circulation of tissue fluids. If they are intensive enough, the body’s signals in the shape of hormones and various other substances will actively influence fat cells. Those, in their turn, will give up the fat to convert it into energy.

Naturally, these processes are directly dependent on the innervation in the area. But they can be artificially improved by massage, self-massage, and various cosmetic procedures such as wraps with essential oils, scrubbing, etc.

Also, you can improve the capillary network with moderate static exercises. By the way, such strengthening of circulation and blood filling has the opposite effect. It causes an increase in innervation in the desired area of the body.

So, How To Lose Weight In The Hips And Waist?

To start a weight-loss process in problem areas, you should strengthen the innervation in these areas with exercises, massages, cosmetic procedures, and visualization. That, in turn, will lead to increased circulation of fluids in these areas, which is just what you need. After all, the hormones that release fatty acids from fat areas act through the blood.

On the other hand, you should artificially pump blood into problem areas with the help of massage, self-massage, exercises (applying specific principles of training: pumping, supersets, trisets). That will activate metabolic processes in the right places and raise innervation in them.

Of course, you should combine all this with regular aerobic, strength exercises, and proper nutrition.

In Conclusion

Now you know the answer to the question, how to lose weight in the hips and waist area. The post describes points that you unlikely will hear from your trainer. Applying all this does not guarantee you a 100% reduction only in the waist and hips, but there will be a seen result. It will depend on your effort, genetics, and many other factors.

I wish you success in this battle with weight! Be healthy! ?


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