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You basically have two questions. First, it is mostly possible to exercise only your abdomen, although one might ask why you would want to. If you only do abdomen exercises, you'll only really be working that area and a few supporting muscles. You're better off working more parts of your body, honestly. The variety will help you be less bored and, unless ...


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It is absolutely impossible to eliminate body fat in "only one place". Lifting weights has no connection to eliminating body fat. Lifting weights makes your muscles larger (which is totally fantastic) but has no connection to eliminating body fat. The only way to eliminate body fat is via diet. Body fat is simply caused by eating carbohydrates, which ...


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If you want to lose fat around your belly, there are only 2 "real" solutions: Go to a health clinic and get rid of the fat surgically but I wouldn't recommend that. Do sports and lose fat on your whole body. The human body doesn't allow you to lose fat somewhere specifically. There are tons of article on the web which promise you will lose belly fat. ...


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You need to do something about your daily jobs. If you find the time to get 8 hours of sleep, then your work schedule is not healthy and you are bound to get into trouble sooner or later regardless of whether or not you actually get enough sleep. I would suggest that you stick to at least 8 hours of sleep. In fact, at your age 9 hours should be better. Also ...


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Every person is different, but there is a simple way to gauge your personal sleep needs. You need an alarm clock, a notebook and two weeks. Set the alarm clock at the very same hour each day (including sunday). Avoid caffeine and naps. Each morning write down the approximate hours you went to bed and the hour you felt asleep the night before. If the alarm ...


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It is very personal, there have been people in history who only needed to sleep 4 hours per night, some people can get by with 6 hours, but most need about 8. You need as many as makes you feel rested. You'll have to try different amounts and see what works for you.


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Firstly, only your doctor can know if your levels are actually low enough to cause these symptoms, so you should ask them. I'm only including the rest of this answer to let you know it's worth asking. As it relates to fitness, low levels of testosterone can lead to reduced muscle and bone mass [1]. Low muscle mass (and presumably reduced muscular gain) is ...


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Hi I'm a 21 year old lad I lost nearly all my right leg last year before lost my leg I was always out moving about exerciseing but now I go to work and as soon as am home and lay in bed and don't really move I snack all the time and now I'm gaining weight and body wise look a lot bigger than what I did I was just wondering if anyone new why I just can't ...



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