Maybe this is a silly question, but hey, I'm new to all of this weight loss stuff.
I read on a weight loss blog a few weeks ago that if your belly is cold while you work out, it means you're burning your belly fat. True?
It makes sense: your body is using that fat as fuel, to keep your blood pumping quickly. With energy being taken away from the fatty areas, those fatty areas would get cold, right? And I've always noticed my stomach feels cold to the touch during an intense exercise.
So, does anyone know if this is true? Like I said, it makes sense, and I like the idea of simply feeling my stomach to make sure I'm working out hard enough.
And yes, I've tried googling this – but I have yet to hear if this is true from an "official" source!