How can I lose weight in my theghs but keep your sexy stomack?

My theghs weight too much but my stomack is perfect an I don’t know how to lose the weight of my theghts an not gain that weight in my stomack at the same time?

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7 Responses to “How can I lose weight in my theghs but keep your sexy stomack?”

  1. Tara Fabulous said:

    Spinning and you need to do 200 minutes of cardio a week. Remember fat does not turn into muscle, so you need to lose your fat while putting on muscle. The 45 minute thing is not true, but don’t over 60 minutes at a time.

    Do 5-10 minutes of cardio to warm up, then do your weight training. Do 30 to 60 minutes more of cardio, then go home.

    The best time to eat is just after your workout within an hour when your metabolism is raging. For your muscles, incorporate some isolated soy protein or whey protein. Whey is more potent but the soy tastes better!

    Don’t look at your scale as the be all and end all, but get a measuring tape to check your progress, and that will show more tangible results.

    Good luck and stick at it.

  2. Marias said:

    CARDIO cardio cardio!!!… lift weights too to prevent flabbiness!

  3. sexy i said:

    bike or walk or hike

  4. zektome said:

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  5. Ashley said:

    idk but I am trying to work on my thighs too but my stomack is too flat to loose anymore weight so idk why my thighs are big

  6. seanchasworth said:

    You can’t really control where you lose weight, and fat doesn’t really move from one part of the body to another, unless you are on medication, or have gained and lost weight many times.

    If you don’t exercise much, your body has very little muscle, which means that any excess weight you have is fat, giving you that extra fat on your thighs.

    Muscle burns calories 24 hours a day, So exercise will really help tighten and tone your whole body. Start slow, work up to exercising 4-5 times a week, for 30 minutes. Walking, biking, swimming are all great, and cheap! If you aren’t active to start out, then that will start building some muscle.

    Keep a food diary. When you start, don’t worry about counting fat or calories, just notice how much and what you are eating. Start learning what foods are good and bad. Just seeing it written down can be a surprise – you don’t always notice how much you really eat when you eat it, but you sure notice every extra pound in that swimsuit. Watching what you eat helps you stay focused and eat healthier.

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