How do i lose body fat without gaining too much muscle ?

Basically im fat lol and i want to lose body weight without gaining muscle.

Ive lost 20lbs so far in a month and thats just been cutting down on food and walking my dog all the time….i want to start going to the gym but because i naturally have a large frame if i gain too much muscle ill just still look fat so wot is the best type of exercise to do where i will lose body fat without gainin too much muscle!

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7 Responses to “How do i lose body fat without gaining too much muscle ?”

  1. xxvmstonexx said:

    you and do the eliptical machines and those stair step machines they make you use your legs a lot without gaining too much muscle

  2. Dusty said:

    Simply just keep you calorie intake low and eat right. if youre going to be serious with this, it will have to be a drastic change for it to work. NEVER eat fast food or drink soda. instead of three big meals, eat 5 or 6 tiny portions of food in day. intead of walking, run. it builds up fast. run a little more each day at sprint the last stretch to ensure you get the most out of it.

  3. Lauren C said:

    Do more cardio, like on the elliptical machine or treadmill.

  4. bobhor said:

    try the Russian Kettlebell. Quick Results and a highly efficient exercise. It worked for me. Good Luck

  5. ACEY said:

    eat less calories than you take in.go for lon run.work out with lighter weights and do higher repitisions.

  6. mattmurray8 said:

    lots of cardio, and high reps, low weight training!

  7. Kim W said:

    Wow, you’ve done really good so far. Right now I’m toning my body, but I also don’t want muscles. What I did, was go to the gym everyday. I would start a routine so that I just got used to. I worked out on the elliptical for 45 minutes and then cooled down on the treadmill for an hour. I also worked out on weight lifting machines, switching off with upper body and lower body every other day.




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