Is some fat in our bodies more "stubborn" than others?

@ourlot (995)
October 5, 2016 7:26pm CST
Are some fat deposits in our bodies more prone to resist against a diet and exercise? That is, is there some fat that won't go away, no matter what? My wife tends to complain that she loses fat first on her face and only very slowly from her belly.
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• New Delhi, India
6 Oct 16
I made a similar discussion regarding how obstinate lower belly fat is. I believe the only way to rid yourself of that recalcitrant flab is to have a very disciplined diet coupled with sprinting for the best results. Crunches do help strengthen the abdominal muscles and the core but the fat burning needs immense cardiovascular exercises. You could choose to go about it with jogging and walking but then it would be imperative to have a stringent check on your daily food intake.
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@parpande (674)
• Bangalore, India
6 Oct 16
@ourlot it is the obvious nature of losing fat , first it gets off the place and later around abdomen, some fat in the body is saturated that may take a while to dissolve.
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@Susan2015 (20165)
• United States
6 Oct 16
I agree with your wife. It tends to leave the belly last.
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@1creekgirl (9899)
• United States
6 Oct 16
She's right. Women tend to lose it first everywhere else, then in the stomach last of all.
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@Shavkat (56663)
• Philippines
6 Oct 16
If doing some exercises, the same physical features will changed its form.