Of course, the old saying holds true. Abs are made in the kitchen.
I myself am a mountain runner with 20-30 miles and 4000-8000 ft of vertical gain per week in the summer. If I'm not careful about what I eat, I'll be a fat mountain runner. It's happened before. You can out-eat a 3000 calorie daily burn if, like me, you love food.
So the very first thing is a disciplined diet. Everyone has a different way of getting there. Calorie tracking, intermittent fasting, "No S diet", whatever. Just control your diet first.
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