Hi. I'm Jay McLeod, the Professional Woman's Fitness Trainer. Today, we're going to talk the effects of the treadmill on your waist. Okay? The main thing is you're going to burn calories. Okay? You're going to burn calories and fat not only from your waist but your entire body. Okay? You're going to also boost your metabolism for the rest of the day so your body's going to burn more fat at rest, whether you're sitting down on the couch watching your favorite TV show. Okay? Now, understand, you can do crunches all day long. I've seen women do crunches all day long and you're going to have a stronger stomach, but nobody's going to see your stomach muscles or your six pack, okay, if it's up under all those layers of fat. Now, a few suggestions, one is, you can do interval training. Okay? On the treadmill, you bump up the speed to about 7.0, whatever. Okay? You run, you sprint for about 30 seconds, you bring the speed back down and you jog, bring the speed back up, sprint for 30 seconds, bring the speed back down and jog. Okay? Also, you can run at an incline. Okay? You're going to burn a lot more calories running uphill than you would just on a flat surface. Okay? I suggest doing cardio on an empty stomach, as your body goes straight to your stored fat cells for energy, so you're going to burn nothing but fat. Okay? Another suggestion you can try, shuffle drills, just to kind of add a little extra to your workout, kind of change it up a little bit than just the same old running on the treadmill. Now, I want you to remember, every time you step in a gym, I want you to ask yourself how bad do you want it.