What R some core training exersises that will help me lose weight?

I weigh 170 and am 5’7 and need help to lose some weight and please dont tell that I am a good weight because Im not and I should no that I am 13 so I cant go to some places and get things to work on so help me think of ways to lose some weight with stuff at home pleassse help!!!!

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6 Responses to “What R some core training exersises that will help me lose weight?”

  1. CCN, said:

    fast walking everyday 2 hours before sleeping, don’t eat anything when you return from walk, and take care

  2. zack s said:

    for starters, just walk a couple laps around your block. walking a mile burns the same amount of calories as running a mile, it just takes longer to do it. sit ups, push ups, body squats, lunges, jumping rope, theres so many things you can do at home, be creative. find 2 buckets and fill them with water and curl for your biceps, lift them up with your arms straight out for shoulder work. its endless, your mind and willpower.but to lose weight, concentrate on cardiovascular excersise.

  3. Glitch said:

    The dude above me that said to walk is basicly right, im in the military and we run alot. There is no quick way to lose weight u just need a good diet and exercise plan. Dont eat right before u go to bed and if u go to bed late dont eat after 8pm. Also if you run (not full speed, do like a jog) then you can get more miles in faster and burn more caliories. Plus dont eat candy and cookies and cake and junk…sorry also working out like pushups and sit up helps tone and also makes ur matalbalism work faster.

  4. pandora078 said:

    you need cardio to achieve fat loss. just jog around the block for about 20 minutes a day. core training will tighten the muscles in your abdomen, but does not burn many calories (planks are really good). stop eating refined, sugary, junk. also, trade a few hours of your tv and computer time for some type of physical activity.

  5. Ronnieboy34 said:

    I’m glad that at age 13 you are thinking about your weight and its effect on your health. Admitting that you need to change is a big deal and takes a lot of courage, so good for you!

    The largest group of muscles in your body are in your legs. Muscle burns fat like a fire burns wood. The more muscle you have (within reason and moderation), the more fat you will burn.

    So, start by building up your muscles, and, also, by doing cardio work. If you can’t go to the gym, and you don’t have a bicycle (or anywhere to ride), make a home gym. Turn on some fast music, grab a stack of old, heavy books (about 4-6 inches tall) and lock them together with a belt around the middle. Use this as a step to step up and down for a cardio workout. Make sure that the books won’t slide around when doing this, so you don’t hurt yourself. Start at a slow pace to get used to this. You can hold something in your hands that has some weight to increase resistance. Do this for at least 30 minutes a day.

    Do some lunges. Lunges help strengthen your legs, and they help a strengthen your core a bit, and tone your arms a bit (from hold heavy objects in your hands). The link below is an example with a bosu ball, but you could do this with the book stack. http://www.womenshealthmag.com/fitness/lunges-on-a-bosu

    You can also do modified pushups with a chair at home, similar to this example: http://www.womenshealthmag.com/fitness/pushup-to-one-leg-lift

    Besides those, if you have stairs at home, walk up and down the stairs for 30 minutes holding a couple of full water bottles.

    Beyond this, there are lots of other things you can do at home, just depends on what you have available. Check out Women’s Health Magazine at the link I put in the “Sources” below.

    Remember to be careful when doing these exercises. Stay focused on what you’re doing. If it hurts, you may not be doing it right. Stop. If you feel a bit of a burn when you’re done, that’s good. If it’s painful, you may want to stop for a few days. You should also consult a doctor to make sure you don’t have any conditions that might be made worse from exercise.

    Hope this helps!

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