There are a number of questions like this one:
I still have stomach fat despite losing so much weight I can see my ribs. How can I get rid of it?
where the base answer has been given multiple times, so folks are quick to downvote or vote to close the question entirely. I concede that the question needs a lot more detail to be
- Properly answered
- Applicable to the OP
- Something we can learn from
The more I learn about training, the more I find that some people respond differently to the typical advice that would be given. So while the basic principles of the answer really don't change (eat less, move more), the process of troubleshooting what isn't working can help many people figure out what they could be doing better.
The question I linked to is just representative of the type of question that is very quick to be voted a duplicate. I'm wondering if that really should be the case. Instead, I think we should be coaching the OP on what additional information would be helpful to answer their question.