Quick Answer: Where Do You Lose Fat Last?

Where do you lose body fat last?

When that’s used up, we tap into our fat stores (oh, the unfairness!) in reverse order: For women, the fat disappears from the perimeter before the mother lode around the hips gets tapped.

For guys, the fat disappears first from the upper arms, then the thighs, then the midsection..

Which part of body loses fat first?

Mostly, losing weight is an internal process. You will first lose hard fat that surrounds your organs like liver, kidneys and then you will start to lose soft fat like waistline and thigh fat. The fat loss from around the organs makes you leaner and stronger.

Is the belly the last place to lose fat?

A combination of genetics, lifestyle factors, and diet determine where your body stores excess fat. For some people, the upper belly region is the last place fat loss occurs. Even though you can’t “spot-treat” areas of fat, you can focus your attention on losing fat overall and exercise to target your upper belly.

Where is the first place you put on weight?

According to our experts, the reason you gain weight so rapidly in your midsection and not in, say, your calves and forearms is because the adipocytes (or fat cells), which are found throughout the body, are more plentiful in the hips, butt, stomach, and thigh area for women and stomach for men.