Try working out your obliques a little more. Try the exercises in this link:
Not much information is presented from the question. It could have to do with your food intake and also your workout regiment. I would suggest to hire a trainer even for a few sessions (if you can afford it) in order to guide you towards a more effective and efficient training program. This will save you a lot of time and money and also learn things you are not aware of.
Hello Claudia Jensen,
What does your workout consist of exactly? Everyone else gives you great advice: to keep up a balanced routine of exercise, rest and nutrition. This is when doing a consultation with a health coach or personal trainer will pay for itself in health benefits; because, they are able to find the details that will help you reach your goal, including, finding healthy goals.
Good luck to you,
Natalie aka NAPS 2 B Fit.
There are a number of factors that go into weight loss, and sometimes it is difficult to say where you will lose it. Without doing an assessment that is specific to you (age, health assessment, fitness level, orthopedic issues, etc.), it would not be appropriate to give you detailed information.
However, in general, you want an exercise program that includes both cardio and strength training at the intensity level appropriate for you. The bigger factor will be an evaluation of your diet. It’s not only the calories in and calories out, but the combination of foods you choose as well (proteins, healthy fats, and carbohydrates). Plus, if you are anywhere in your 40s then hormones may also play a role in difficulty with weight loss around the waist.
You may want to think about hiring a personal trainer, health coach, or registered dietician to help you with your goals. It can be done, you just need a little guidance along the way!
Good luck to you, Claudia!