How to get rid of Saddlebags?

About saddle bags

Being built like a horse usually means that whoever described you like that believes that you are big-boned (very different from fat), that you look like you have a strong body. Being built like a horse is not a bad thing, looking like a horse with saddlebags where your butt is supposed to be is a very bad thing. Saddlebags are large deposits of fat that accumulates in the gluteus maximus area of your body. And these fatty deposits really do look like their namesake. Fat here will ruin all of your self-esteem and leave you feeling like you will never again go out in public without showing off your fat, which incidentally you won’t be able to because pretty much everything you wear will make you look fat. But what makes the fat travel to that part of your body, why did it happen to you, and how can you get rid of the unsightly fat?

What causes saddlebags?

Despite the current fad that fat is bad, everyone has fat and a few pounds of fat are actually normal and healthy. Fat is our body’s natural insulator. However, there is definitely such a thing as too much of a good thing. Your body only have a few places for your natural and normal fat to go, so if you each a lot of fatty foods and have a high fat intake, then your body has to improvise and shuffle the fat around your bodies creating “fat stores”. Common places for these fatty deposits are your arms, legs (especially the thighs), love handles, stomach, neck, and rear. You do not want to have enough excess fat that your body has to store it in these places. The butt is naturally fatty tissue that has have its toned muscles toned regularly, Saddlebags are formed not just by your diet, but by a lack of physical activity and exercise.

How do you get rid of saddlebags?

The best way to get rid of your saddlebags is to control your diet and cut back on fat and carbohydrates. After you have made your diet healthy, you need to start exercising regularly to keep the fat from building up in your body.