Have you ever wondered how fat actually leaves your body when you lose a bit of weight for that leaner look?
Contrary to common belief, you do not sweat or "poop out" most of your body fat. Based on research about 84% of the fat you lose is turned into carbon dioxide and leaves your body through your lungs by breathing (a product of you using your fat for energy).
The remaining 16% becomes water, which can be lost in many ways like sweat, urine or any other bodily fluid. This basically means that actual "fat loss" primarily occurs when you breathe.
So get moving, run, jump, push and pull get your heart rate up, use your energy and expel your fat as air!