How to get rid of your fupa?
Coach Bev describes the fupa as the little area right under the belt for many women. This can be a problem area for many people.
Some causes of a fupa:
- Rapid weight loss
As our estrogen levels drop, fat is stored in the abdomen.
Using her assistant, Hello Kitty aka “HK” Coach Bev demonstrates and shares tips for losing your fupa, but she warns that losing weight in this area can take time.
- Work on your diet and hone in on what you are consuming.
- Limit eating foods high in sugar and alcohol, and eat enough protein.
- Abdominal fat can be a part of your genetics.
Tip: One must burn 3,500 calories to lose a pound.
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About Coach Bev:
Having been a Zumba instructor for years, Beverly K. Johnson knew her influence included more than fitness training when a candid conversation with an exercising client revealed that women in caretaker roles often forget about themselves. She named her new motivational fitness business Genesys Fitness because it signified a rebirth for the often “forgotten” woman: the divorce’, caretaker, and empty-nester.
The NYC Journal highlighted Beverly in 2022 for being in the Top 30 Female Entrepreneurs to Look Out For. Beverly specializes in creating, educating, and implementing motivational wellness routines into the everyday woman’s life. She has been featured in Sheen Magazine for her article, “Are you Sabotaging Your Wellness Journey?” In this article, she uses her years of experience to educate readers in a relatable way so they can get ahead of their own wellness journey. Visit http://beverlykjohnson.com or @iambeverlykjohnson for more information.
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Fit and Fierce is a health and wellness segment dedicated to discussing all facets of wellness that impact our community. Fit and Fierce does not shy from tough conversations and seeks to provide realistic solutions. Fit and Fierce is hosted by health coach Beverly K. Johnson.