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What are some small things I could do to lose some weight?

I’m 5’8″ and 120 lbs, and I’m happy with the way I look but my thighs are a bit disproportionally fat. I know you can’t spot-lose weight, so I was wondering, what are some small things I can do to get rid of (or prevent from taking in) those extra calories?

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3 Responses to “What are some small things I could do to lose some weight?”

  1. Lady GooGoo said :

    I’m 5’8″ and 120 is pretty much the minimum of what is healthy for your height. You shouldn’t be trying to lose weight at this height and already being 120 lbs. If your thighs are abnormally large for some reason – tell a doctor and see what they reccommend for you.

  2. Queen said :

    stop eating the little debbie cakes and start a running routine. Like running a mile 2 days out of the week and gradually increase to 3 times a week, then 4. Your thighs will be toned and great looking as well as strong and u will feel energetic and overall better about yourself.

  3. RG said :

    Do not sleep in the afternoons. Do not sleep for more than 10 hours.
    Drink Luke warm water early in the morning, preferably mixed with honey and lemon juice.
    Drink lots of water throughout the day, especially before meal. Do not drink water in during meals. Always sit and have water.
    If for any reason you have to eat outside, always have a glass full of water so that you are left with little space to eat. Order some soup and salad first and then some low calorie diet.
    Take a small plate so that it looks full when filled with food and gives a psychological impression that you are having plenty of food.
    Eat and chew slowly and never eat before the television as you never have control on your diet and since the concentration is more on watching, the enjoyment of food disappears and does not bring the satisfaction level. Hence, the urge to eat more.
    Have baked food instead of fried ones.
    For more information, see the link below:


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