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    Losing tummy fat

    I am a 30 year old female, I have been training with a personal trainer/nutritionist for the last year but I can't seem to get rid of the fat on my stomach. I had a child 5 years ago via C section. I am 5'1", peaked at 220#, now down to 132#. What can I do to help get rid of this that's left? I am trying to build muscle as I go but can't seem to get rid of this.

    My daily calories are roughly 1200-1400. Macros broken down ~100-130g protein, ~100-160g carbs, ~30-40g fat.

    I work out 5-6 times a week with weights and cardio.
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    I follow this Youtube channel called The Beer Biceps and Blogilates. They can help you with your problem.
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    Great job on losing a huge amount weight, 88lbs is massive achievement! I lost over 60lbs so I have some idea how hard that is.

    Just based on the photo it appears that your current bodyfat level isn't in a good place, you have low amounts of muscle, and in addition you likely have some loose skin. The good news is that bodyfat and muscle issues can be fixed with diet and training. You won't know if the loose skin issue will resolve itself or need surgical intervention until you get your bodyfat down.

    At 132lbs you should be consuming at least 96g Protein and 53g fat. A BMR (https://www.bmi-calculator.net/bmr-calculator/#result) calculator suggests that is around 1375 with your TDEE likely something like 1890. It sounds like your calories and protein are in a pretty good place but you should likely increase your fat intake or you'll see poor hormone function.

    After a year of training you should likely have some muscle mass. If you can you post your routine and current lifts you can get some decent feedback on whether you're on the right track.

    Don't give up, this all takes time, you'll get there!
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