The answer comes down to three things:
1. Physical: The muscle fibers in the belly fat tissue (and any other organ or tissue) are so much shorter than they are long that they don’t stretch enough to cause the same amount of internal pressure or distortion that a muscle does to cause muscle spasms and spasms. That means their muscle is stretched, causing it to twitch. Muscle spasms occur when stretched muscle tissue becomes deformed, so by making the belly fat more internally contracted, you’ll reduce the muscle spasm.
It is easier to stretch out your belly fat than to stretch your muscle.
2. Temperature: Body fat is usually a lot lower when it’s warm. If that were the case, then you’d see the internal fat swelling as the temperature increased. But you don’t get this warm internal fat as you stretch your belly fat out. Instead, you see the internal fat gradually cool and solidify to the degree it is able to form under stress. But the core of this problem is still a lack of movement. If your belly fat is kept at body temp, then you won’t see any muscle spasms or muscle spasms related to weight.
3. Exogenous: Many people in the fitness industry say that muscle should contract when they stretch, but the opposite is true. You don’t get muscle twitch when you stretch your belly fat out, and muscle doesn’t get tired when it’s stretched. To stretch your belly fat, you’ll need to push your abdominal muscles. It’s easier to stretch out your belly fat than to stretch your muscles.
Why does my belly fat seem to stretch more when I’m cold? Cold causes external pressure to build up on the internal muscle fibers, which, if you think about it, is exactly what you want. The muscle fibers don’t get tight, so the muscles aren’t working hard and there is no overcompensating for any muscle spasms. But even at body temp, muscle fibers aren’t as stretched by temperature as they are stretched by warm.
Let’s pretend they don’t matter. What’s a good starting point for determining how much belly fat you should be targeting? When you’re just moving around, you probably won’t be doing much stretching. For starters, if you’re just standing for 15 min. or less, you’ll know you’ll have little to worry about. But if you’re exercising or doing sports or working out for prolonged periods of time, you can stretch out your belly fat
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