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... Neither of these are going to help you lose weight better than the other....losing weight is all about burning more than you take in calorie wise. What will make a difference is your heart health. Going faster will force your heart rate up faster- whether you can maintain it and eventually get your heart rate lower, is the question. You do not want to keep raising your... (2 replies)
... Does anyone know of any exercises that may help me with shaping my lower legs? ... (13 replies)
Fat Loss
Feb 17, 2007
... Thanks for the reply :) I'm 5ft 5ins Leg Press Abb Crunch Shoulder Press Biceps Seated Row Pushdown (On a multipully) (4 replies)

... Hi. Your workout sounds nice. Sounds like mine. I walk about 30 minutes a day but it's broken up...taking son to and from school. Then I do the stepper about 20 minutes. I do situps as well. I have the 5 day Abs tape by the Firm. I also just started this back up. I mostly want to tone as well. My problem areas are my stomach(I had my son 10 yrs ago and still have the fat lower... (15 replies)
... I don't believe in losing fat in spots, so my subject is somewhat misleading. ... (1 replies)
... percent. The lower value typical when I am ready for competition. If I were to lose 15 pounds I would be losing lean body mass along with any fat. My legs tend to be very muscular, especially the thighs. This is caused by training for fencing but it actually is bad for running. ... (13 replies)
... times a week for the last couple of months. I am doing ok and can see visible results, I still have a lot of stomach fat to lose but I know its just a question of carrying on and eventually it will come off. ... (4 replies)
Lower body fat %?
Aug 20, 2009
... Anyway, I wanted to say that it's definitely possible to keep your curves while gaining some muscle! In fact, that's what I like about my legs most. I run often and I like to look like I have runner's legs. I also do plenty of lunges and squats and leg presses. ... (5 replies)
... You may just be genetically prone to storing body fat in your legs. ... (1 replies)
... I suffer from what you call "skinny fat syndrome". I am 5'5", and weigh only 105 lbs. If you see me in a hot pair of jeans, I look pretty good! But when those jeans come off.... GROSS! ... (12 replies)
... ly way that will ever happen is if I take large amounts of protein and such while doing seriously heavy weight lifting. My main goal basically is to drop my body fat lower and lower while increasing my muscles. I suppose I plan to stay slender but become very built if you will. ... (3 replies)
... unless someone has an exceptionally high body fat percentage. Some people have genetically large calf muscles or have done some kind of exercise in their life that built those muscles up. ... (4 replies)
Help! Body fat!
Apr 24, 2006
... x a week not including 3 baseball games a week. Typical workout consists of a mile and a half run to warm up, and upper or lower body lifting. I have made significant gains on strength, but I can't seem to shed any weight or body fat. ... (2 replies)
My routine
Mar 27, 2006
... What Max has said is good advice. Common feeling is that you shouldn't work the same body part more than twice a week, ideally just once if the workout is intense enough. To get real gains you need to increase the intensity of the workout, and do different muscles each workout. Every 6 - 8 weeks change your routine and do different excerises for the muscles to keep the... (5 replies)
... wise, thereby placing emphasis on calorie and fat burning. ... (2 replies)
... ccount that some people can't or won't hit the intensity necessary to get the long term metabolic effect, you have to weigh the options of moderate intensity vs. lower intensity. ... (9 replies)
... Working the lower legs, specifically the soleus isn't going to remove the fat any faster. ... (1 replies)
... I think its different for everyone......for me my legs are very thin, but is small, the last to go on me is the lower abdominal area, that might have to do with having kids. ... (5 replies)
Lower Back Fat
Jul 7, 2005
... Well, you may be hitting a plateu since your ONLY using the same muscles time and time again and in addition to that, you aren't weight training. And by ONLY riding your bike will probably only result in some nice and toned quads. I really don't think it's great for the hips. If I were you, I'd switch around my cardio a little, and yes, incorporate weight training in your... (2 replies)
Lower Back Fat
Jul 7, 2005
... I have some fat I just recently noticed on my lower back at the sides! Not that much, but it bothers me. How do you get rid of it? ... (2 replies)

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