Fix Your Diet
Of course, reducing belly fat also requires the right diet. Make sure you are getting plenty of protein, as this ensures you can produce enough testosterone and muscle.
For most male bodybuilders, this should be about 180 to 200 grams each day, or a little more depending on your workout regimen. Protein shakes are a good idea as you can boost your intake without increasing calories, because these need to be reduced in order that your body will burn off the fat around your midriff.
The easiest way to do this is to write down everything you eat in a typical week, and then calculate your average daily calorie intake. From this average, subtract 300 calories, which will make sure you are getting less, not more, than is needed. In addition to this, introduce a little extra cardio into your workout to ensure you are burning plenty of calories each week.
By maximizing the amount of testosterone you are producing, ensuring you are getting enough protein combined with reducing calories, you should start seeing a reduction in belly fat after just a few weeks.
Once you have the definition you want, you can start to increase calories again maintain this weight, but be careful, as it is all too easy to put the fat back on again, so ensure you keep monitoring your weight and calories, and make adjustments when necessary.