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Deadlift questions
Dec 21, 2004
... and lower back. To lose fat, you need to concentrate on diet and add some cardio. ... (3 replies)
... Cathe Freiderich's Step Heat and Perfectly Fit legs which is 30 min and targets the whole lower body, very challenging! ... (84 replies)
... I'm talking about short bursts of high intensity exercise, for example 10 minutes of high intensity aerobics, then lifting weights, then aerobics, then weights etc. Or is that called circuit training? What's the diffference? Thanks alot, your a big help! :angel: (3 replies)

... minutes of a lower intensity. This is my favored approach when I'm short on time. ... (3 replies)
... gets the legs and arms moving with minimal impact on the joints. It's a killer. ... (1 replies)
... p between two chairs for triceps, pull ups for back and biceps, no weight squats for legs, standing calf raises for calves, sit ups for abbs, hyperextensions for lower back. But for you to properly succeed your diet must be in check. ... (1 replies)
May 4, 2004
... Eat a clean diet coupled with exercise. Cellulite is just another name for bodyfat. To lose it, you have to work the whole body so specific fat areas go down. There is no such thing as spot reducing. ... (1 replies)
... I'd think that maybe martial arts or boxing or rock climbing or something involving upper and lower body, strength and endurance would be a best overall for general fitness. ... (10 replies)
... Probably more due to fat loss. ... (5 replies)
... proper diet, you get the benefits of both and your metabolism will stay up longer to burn the fat you want to lose. Also you will build upper body strength as well as lower. ... (5 replies)
... yeah just take it easy, working out was the worst thing you could have done, just relax, yeah any anti-infammatory(hot/cold packs) would help, or ibuprofen (advil), did you see a doctor who told you it was bruised? or was it a self-diagnosis? If the latter, then go see a doctor, you don't wanna play around with your back. just take a few weeks off, if you've been working... (1 replies)
My calves!!!
Jan 5, 2004
... bike, treadmill, stairmaster, or the elliptical machines. You also have to think about certain weight training exercises as well. If you are doing any type of lower body work out, then it's going to affect your calves. For example, squats, lungs, leg presses, leg curls, hip adductor, etc. ... (6 replies)
Joining a gym
Oct 9, 2003
... female and I just want to lose some fat and gain muscle. I have no trouble with my arms and legs, but my lower stomach and back are a different story. So if anyone know of any exercises for those areas, or any advice really, could you share it? ... (5 replies)
... Can I burn fat and build muscle at the same time? ... (1 replies)
... Congrats on making a conmmitment to your health. It can be hard to get started, but it gets easier and easier to maintain. I grew up asthmatic and was told to sit out during gym class and all the physical activities, so I was the skinny pale kid in the corner most of my childhood, too. :D Anyway, it looks like you are on the right track. Theres a couple things I would... (3 replies)
... area. My arms and legs are very chest is's just my abs that look gross. ... (16 replies)
... I stay on a lower cal diet. I would think it would all depend on the quality of calories you are getting. ... (3 replies)
... Guys, guys guys....! I sincerely hope this program works for you but believe me, you don't need it. I have lost 37 pounds in three months. My legs and rear end are very toned, I've dropped 4 pants sizes. I've lost weight all over, not just my lower half and have also developed my upper body. How? ... (17 replies)
... Here's another 2 cents worth... Originally posted by Dralem: "Basically, I'm seeking advice on how to tone up my body. Not put on mass or anything, just tone. Mainly arms, chest, abs, and legs." Gaining mass is rarely a concern for females. Heck, even most guys can't gain quality mass easily! So, don't worry about this one. Gaining significant amounts of muscle mass... (9 replies)

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