It’s a strange problem to have.
You work out often enough that you have some muscle, but you still carry a bit of padding that makes your body look soft.
"I see these patients every day. At first, they look normal, sometimes even skinny, with a low or average body mass index (BMI)," Lauren Klein, a certified weight loss management professional, told Shape.
"But upon further evaluation, they fall victim to the same diagnostic markers of diabetic patients: high blood sugar, low good cholesterol, high triglycerides, inflammation, and/or high blood pressure."
If you’re hearing warning bells, then it’s time to get a move on. Here are eight things you can change in your diet and fitness routines to melt fat, build muscle, and kiss that soft bod goodbye.