Exercise Regularly to Lose Fat
- Push-ups and push-up variations.
- Dumbbell flys.
- Military press.
- Bicep curls.
- Tricep dips.
- Overhead press.
Is upper body fat hard to lose?
Lower belly fat is slightly more resistant to absorption, meaning it’s harder to get rid of. But upper belly fat can be stubborn, too. The idea that you can work out to target specific fat deposits on your body is a myth. You can’t lose fat from any one area of your body without losing fat overall.
Why is my upper body fat?
Full upper body fat: This type of fat is caused by overeating and consumption of sugary foods. Lower abdomen fat: This type of fat is caused by stress, depression, and anxiety.