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Old 01-21-08, 08:50 AM   #1
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trimming belly fat for a 6 pack

I have a fairly tight core, and abs are visible, but I am curious on how to trim that last little bit of fat over the stomach as well as how to really work your obliques. I feel like my obliques have fallen greatly behind the rest of my body.
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You can't spot reduce (i.e. lose fat from specific places) so you will have to diet and get down to a low enough body fat %.
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