As a woman, how do I exercise and lose weight without my legs becoming too muscular?

I have naturally more muscular legs and I really want to lose some weight (from my stomach, arms), but without doing exercise that makes my legs bigger! Biking and rowing have done that in the past, and running hurts my hips too much. What other options are there?

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4 Responses to “As a woman, how do I exercise and lose weight without my legs becoming too muscular?”

  1. Dr. DOLY said:

    options are diet and Master Cleanse – see below

  2. Pineapple Octopus said:

    swimming

  3. Nat said:

    I’m the same way. Very muscular calves.
    So I do the elliptical for cardio as you have the movement for the arms to tone then up and the motion of the machine doesn’t put on muscle on the legs.
    The bike only targets lower body so that’s not a good option.
    The row machine in my opinion would be the best one.
    Do you do a weight circuit?
    What about any group exercise classes? At my gym they have body combat that it a lot of punching and upper body work.

  4. Deshaun said:

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