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NEED TO LOSE FAT FAST- PLEASE HELP!?

I am 18, weight 127 lb, and am 5″4′
recently i have begun a diet- eating healthily
i avoid all desserts and sugar, and pasta, bread, and rice
i try to run 30 min 3 times a week and want to excersize

i need to lost the ugly fat on my thighs and legs in 2 months!
please help!

tell me what to eat and how to excersize!

Thanks

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7 Responses to “NEED TO LOSE FAT FAST- PLEASE HELP!?”

  1. !Italiano Medio! said:

    diet “scarsdale”

  2. ben franklin said:

    you cannot work off specific areas of body fat, no matter what anyone tells you. however, if you would like a leaner, more toned looking body, first 1) eat more protein, 2) up your cardio to 45 minutes or more 3 times a week, and 3) LIFT WEIGHTS (but do so safely – ask someone to help you or read up on how to properly start lifting weights)

  3. Mike said:

    Get a real diet and run more than 30 min 3 times in a week and exercises

  4. Chante said:

    Cardio is really good for you..but shaping and toning will get rid of that fat. Doing lunges..and thigh exercises . Also drink lots of water!

  5. Derek said:

    Eating right is a great idea. Make sure you are getting all of your necessary nutrients while still conserving calories because the best way to really lose fat is to not eat as many calories. Your body naturally burns around 2000 calories/ day so if you eat less than this, you will lose weight. There are 3500 calories in each pound of body fat… Also, 127 pounds is not that much! Just keep to your diet and watch your calories and 2 months will be plenty of time!

    Goodluck!

  6. Tiktaalik said:

    Avoiding carbohydrates is not healthy. Stop it. It’s not going to make you skinny.
    Here’s what you eat: any and all fruits and vegetables; whole grains like multigrain bread, whole-wheat pasta, brown rice and quinoa; unsaturated fats like fish, nuts, and avocados; and lean protein like chicken, fish, beans, lentils and nuts. Eat no more than 1600 calories every day and no less than 1500. Eat the occasional dessert – it won’t make you fat if it’s just once a week or so, and this will keep you from going sugar-crazy and binging on chocolate or whatever. Go running 3 days a week and lift weights on the other 4.
    You will not look like a fitness model in two months, or even by the end of the summer. If you wanted to look “good” for the summer then you should have been responsible enough to start back in November or so.

  7. Chandi said:

    It sounds like you’re on the right track but you didn’t explain your diet in detail. Unless you’re doing the Atkins diet I wouldn’t recommend you give up those carbohydrates, Instead, I would cut them down significantly and switch to 100% whole wheat versions of bread and pasta. I say this because once you introduce them back into your diet you will most likely gain weight back fairly rapidly. That’s the problem with eliminating carbs, you have to stick to it forever or risk weight gain. I also suggest if possible, to exercise 6 days a week while allowing yourself just 1 day off to rest. You should also up your exercise time to 1 hour a day, Like I said, that’s if you have the time. Yes you will lose weight with what you’re doing now, but you will lose it faster if you increase your workout time and workout first thing in the morning before you eat anything. This will allow you body to burn stored fat for energy instead of burning off what you just ate. I myself go jogging and/or walking twice a day for an hour both times when I’m trying to lose weight. That’s not realistic for most people so I suggest you just stay as active as possible. Eat small meals every 3 hours to keep your metabolism revved up and make sure you DO NOT go under 1200 calories a day, or else your body will go into starvation mode and slow down your metabolism and hold on to fat. And yes, it’s impossible to target a specific body part in which to lose weight, you just have to keep up the cardio and eventually it will come off. If running is a challenge for prolonged periods, do it in intervals, jog for 1 minute, then walk briskly for 1-2 minutes, just make sure your heart rate does not drop too much while walking. This is how I personally do it and works well, you just have to be patient and consistent!




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