How to get a new slimmer body for the spring/summer?

My holday break is in April and I want to slim down to look good in my bikini.
I’ve been going to a cardio class twice a week for 8 months and I still have fat my stomach,thighs, hips and bum.It wont go!!
I want to get rid of it and slim down for my holiday
Diet tips and exercise help please!

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8 Responses to “How to get a new slimmer body for the spring/summer?”

  1. Joe Mamma said:

    Easy do the cardio sessions 20 min. a day, 5-7 days a week. drop your calories to 1,200-1,500 a day. Eat veggies for most of your meals and good sources of fruit and protein. Drink Plenty of water ! ! Good Luck with your weight loss ! !

  2. live love party said:

    I no this might not help and im sorry if it doesnt but if your genes passed onto you gave you your fat then t will be hard to get rid of. I had that and i had to eat very little fat and follow very much an all salad diet and exercise about 2 hours every evening at the gym

    i hope this helps xx

  3. scrapbkr92 said:



    If you do the actual program the workouts can be quite intense but I noticed results right away.

  4. Sean G said:

    Look into kettlebells. You can have the benefits of both aerobic and anaerobic exercise in one workout. BUT…Exercise only counts for about 20% of getting slimmer. Diet is the main key. Both the Paleo Diet and Warrior Diet are worth looking into. I am currently on the Warior Diet and am loving the results.

  5. Becky said:

    it’s all about calorie deficiencies, and toning.

    You can’t target fat-loss EVER. No matter what the latest craze/ fad is, the human body just doesn’t work that way. Usually, the first place you start to put ON extra weight is the last place it will come OFF… that’s just where your body naturally stores excess fat.

    Try toning the areas you want to look really good and get those muscles nice and lean AND strong, because toned muscles are what burn fat (even when you’re resting!) Try some resistance bands. They worked wonders for me 🙂

    As for the Calorie Deficiency, here is a link to find out how big your calorie deficiency needs to be to lose as much as you’d like (in regards to an actual amount of WEIGHT you want lost) in the timeframe you’ve given yourself.…

    There are also more calculators to find out how many calories you burn each day by entering your activities (even sitting, eating, smoking, watching tv, walking, elliptical trainer time, blowdrying your hair, doing dishes, ANYTHING!) so that you can more accurately target how many calories you already burn vs. how many calories you NEED to burn to reach your goal.

  6. Ant Boogie said:

    It’s your diet. You don’t state your current weight so I can’t help at all with recommendations.

  7. Brian said:

    Just remember that proper nutrition will account for around 75% of your total results. If you aren’t eating sufficient calories and from the right food sources, nothing you do in the gym will matter.

    Stick to 5-6 meals a day based around high quality protein, starchy carbs and healthy fats. Drink plenty of water and make sure your body is in a calorie surplus.


  8. Flizbap said:

    1. Eat about 6 small complete meals throughout the day (fish, almonds, walnuts, and lean proteins in general, plenty of raw fruits and vegetables, and complex multigrain carbohydrates) spaced out about every 2-3 hours. Consume between 1500-2500 calories a day.
    2. Do NOT starve yourself, do NOT binge eat.
    3. Be as active as you can; nothing to do for 10 minutes? Knockout 10 elevated push-ups.
    4. Eat some spicy foods; take a decent amount of vitamin C, and drink between a half-gallon and a whole gallon of WATER a day.
    5. No more soda. Ever.
    6. If you do drink coffee, drink it black.
    7. Do at least 35 minutes of cardio straight at least once a day, at least three times a week, more if you are not trying to put on muscle.
    8. Do a large amount of full body exercises whenever possible (Jumping Jacks, Pull-ups, Chin ups, dips, squats, hanging leg raises, hanging knee raises, back raises, glute ham raises, burpees)
    9. Get at least 6 hours of sleep a night, but no more then 9.
    10. Avoid anything deep-fried, white bread, sprinkles, and any refined sugar.

    Try this workout program:

    Workout A:
    Pull ups 3 sets of 6
    Push ups 3 sets of 8
    Dips 3 sets of 8
    Hanging leg raises 3 sets of 8
    Back raises 3 sets of 8
    30-45 minutes of cardio

    Rest day

    Workout B:
    Chin ups 3 sets of 6
    Sit ups 3 sets of 8
    Free squats 3 sets of 8
    Hanging knee raises 3 sets of 8
    Back raises 3 sets of 8
    30-45 minutes of cardio

    Rest day

    Workout C:
    Pull ups 3 sets of 6
    Flutter kicks 3 sets of 8 (every time your left foot comes down, that’s a rep)
    Dips 3 sets of 8
    Hanging knee raise crossovers 3 sets of 8
    Back raises 3 sets of 8
    30-45 minutes of cardio

    Rest day
    Rest day

    Try and add 1 rep a week. And make sure you’re eating enough to give yourself the energy you need. You can find more good info at and and feel free to email me with any questions or comments.


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