Fat Loss, I want to loose fat around my thighs, hips and around the abdominal areas?

I also want to tone up my pectorals and loose weight around my bum
please can you help.

I can go gym whenever so i have that.

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6 Responses to “Fat Loss, I want to loose fat around my thighs, hips and around the abdominal areas?”

  1. Nadia B said:

    The best way to burn fat is to eat less food and workout more, the issues arise when we in reality attempt to put that into practice! There are lots of stumbling blocks in the real world aren’t there?! The sole thing that definitely worked for me is wu-yi tea, it can be checked out in the resource box underneath, they have a handful of free trials left, it was reported in Fox News and USA Today. I melted away 30 pounds, it definitely does work!

  2. Irrevocable said:

    Eat plenty of fruits – as much as you desire before each meal and definitely sotck up on fruit after each workout.

    Eat a large green salad daily.

    Make sure you do cardio as well as weights.

  3. Taz said:

    Try this: a lot of places say work out and eat less. Try working out and eating the same. Then after a while go 50/50, work out a little more and substitute some of the unhealthy foods you eat. Drastic changes doesn’t work. From your question it sounds like you basically want to work your entire body. Remember you can’t just burn fat off of one part of your body but for instance if you gut bothers you more then your thighs, instead of doing 50 crunches and 50 squats, do 55 crunches and 50 squats etc. You need cardio, weights, and stretching to help you. I recommend Jillian Michaels 30 day shred or any other routine that combines the 3 elements. Remember, when you feel the burn, push yourself for at least another 3 minutes! Good luck!

  4. monkeyzrule92 said:

    drink a glass of water every day as soon as you wake up.

    do it even before you brush your teeth or anything. it starts up your metabolism and it really helps people lose weight.

    the little things count. in addition to drinking a glass of water as soon as you wake up do some light morning stretches.
    make sure you get plenty of sleep. you burn 50 calories every hour you sleep.

    eat five small meals a day. making lunch your biggest meal.
    don’t eat after 7:00 pm

    if you get hungry make yourself some tea.
    it’s hard at first but your body will get used to it.

    start working out at your gym. do lots of cardio to lose weight.
    only do weight lifting if you want muscles. if not then you’re better off using that time doing cardio.

    and if you do decide that you want to lift weight, then do it every other day and right before you do cardio.
    DONT do cardio before you weight lift.
    because if you weight lift before you do cardio it makes you lose more weight. i forget why haha, but that’s what my trainer told me.

    park the car far away whenever you go to the grocery or the store or mall… etc.
    the steps really add up.

    start taking the elevator.
    cut down on the sweets and especially the soda.
    drink as much water as you can.
    and whenever you’re hungry grab a vegetable or fruit. (never worry about eating too many vegetables or fruits)
    they burn like *that* (mimicks snapping fingers) when you work out.

    hope this helps 🙂

  5. DAN D said:

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  6. britedaybiz said:

    The trick usually involves Metabolism. You want to get your metabolism eating up that fat. But, brute force attempts as working it off may trigger a famine response, in which case your body basically says, “Yow! We better hold onto this fat for when we really need it!”. That is where diet in sync with exercise with exercise is important.

    What you eat is important, but so is timing. Most simplistic idea on this would be… if you eat before you sleep, it will be converted to fat. If you eat a bit before physical exertion, it will not go to fat… and may even go to muscle 🙂 Hope this helps. Good luck!




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