Sweat, exhaustion, fat burning, heart-style workouts and a clean, healthy diet that maintains the style of training that is needed for significant fat loss. Yes, we train, do not train. I do not want to blow your bubble, but on top of that, you should be willing to do it consistently – at least 3 days a week, for a minimum of 30 minutes per day for long-term rather than short-term. If you are a beginner, we recommend that you start training 1 or 2 days a week as long as you can. Then slowly build your stamina to last longer or heavier during the next workout.
Now do not let that scare you. Every hot body you see has to start from zero. Wherever you are, your goals are possible. During my studies, I found that fat loss is a simple concept, but the performance and work you have to do is difficult. If fat loss is easy to perform, then everyone you know will look hot.
Contrary to what you believe, there is nothing wrong with your genetics. I'm sure you have no problem with the thyroid gland and there's no such thing as stubborn fat – it's just fat. I look at the fat as too much energy and you have to burn it with the right style of training.
By 2015, 70% of our population is expected to be obese. Today we have more information on fat loss than 100 years ago when we had no problem with obesity. If you think fat loss should be complicated and confusing, you will continue to buy all the complex and confusing workouts and diets masked by professional traders who spend more time studying marketing than in a science-based business. Whenever you are mistaken in a new whim or diet, you lose the focus of your goals and head to another dark hole, you lose more money and you feel even more frustrated and confused. Not to mention that you still look the same.