You could always use a fat loss supplement. Short of that, building muscle does wonders. From what I've read, each pound of muscle you put on burns an extra 1000 calories a month.
Also, make sure you eat every 3 hours. When you go too long without food, your body goes into "starvation" mode and will store fat. It sucks, but that's how our bodies are designed thanks to historical food shortages over thousands of years. Just make sure that you spread out your calories among your 6 meals. Try not to eat more than about 500 calories within 3 hours. Once you get around 900 calories in a 3 hour period, there's a risk it'll store as fat.
The one exception I believe is within an hour or so after you get done lifting. At that point, your body is starving for simple/high-glycemic carbs and protein. From what I've heard, it's nearly impossible to store anything you eat as fat at that time of day. So if you want to eat something with a bunch of calories, do it shortly after lifting.
Last edited by Rufio; 04-17-2007 at 05:44 PM.