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What are good exercises to start off with, for losing weight?

I’m serious about losing some weight now but before I rush into things I would just like to know, what are the best exercises for the following:
Top of arms
Inner thighs
and basically anything else on the body.

How do I slowly start off, to gradually become more motivated when exercising and eating healthily?
I would like to lose as much weight as possible before May this year.

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5 Responses to “What are good exercises to start off with, for losing weight?”

  1. Bruce said :

    try jogging a little in the beggining then after you feel confident then go for a longer pace or maybe do 15 min of push up or sit up during the day like 6 times a day maybe

  2. hardcoretrash said :

    Top of arms – some push ups or pull ups will help tone your arms, back, and chest…do them girl style so you don’t overdo them and don’t overwork yourself

    Inner thighs – leg lifts, suicides,

    Belly – sit ups, crunches, leg lifts

    Lovehandles – triangle pose

    If you want to drop weight, cardio is going to be your best bet. The key to dropping weight fast is burning more calories than you take in each day. If you constantly eat more calories than you burn you’ll never lose the weight.

  3. Serena said :

    The key for losing weight is easy – eat less food and exercise more often – the problems appear when we really try to put that into operation! There are a lot of stumbling blocks in the real world don’t you think?! I discovered some good information by learning from the site in the box below, they have a lot of tips, I worked off 10 pounds by following their techniques.

  4. raziel1818 said :

    well when u burn fat u burn it equally everywhere on the body so its pretty hard to loose fat only on target areas but it is possible . anyway you actually want to lose fat and tone muscles period . best way for that is to do cardio (running dancing) about half an hour per day 4 days per week for begginer level and lift very light weights with many reps per session on all the big muscle groups and the arms 1/2 days per week , kep a healthy diet and sleep at leat 8 hours a day

  5. Ant Boogie said :

    Okay, here is a real good, sound weight lifting program for a beginner:

    3 times per week (mon/wed/fri)

    1. Squats 2 x 10
    2. Bench Presses 2 x 10
    3. Bent-Over Rows 2 x 10
    4. Overhead Barbell Presses 2 x 10
    5. Stiff-Legged Deadlifts or Leg Curls 2 x 10
    6. Barbell Curls 2 x 10
    7. Donkey Calf Raises or Standing Calf Raises 2 x 10
    8. Reverse Crunches 2 x 10

    Start light and add volume and weight gradually over the first 6-8 weeks. So after 2 weeks, change the 2 set to 4 sets. After 4 weeks, change the scheme to 4×8.

    But remember, Losing fat and keeping it off takes 3 things to be successful:

    1) A properly designed diet (this is 80% of it)
    2) Lifting weights (this is 10-15% of it)
    3) Cardio (this is 5-10% of it)

    Get it? YOUR diet is 4x more important than lifting weights for losing fat. The weights are only done because they will keep your muscles from being lost during the dieting phase.

    If I knew how much you weigh today PLUS your goal weight I could design a diet for you that will have your body burning it’s stored fat as fuel all day and night.


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