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... muscle I would say you won't be able to do that. Now you can probably maintain your muscle and lose the handles but when you're talking a little bit of stubborn fat the key is usually having a very clean diet and getting your calorie count just right. If you are at 8. ... (9 replies)
Nov 11, 2002
... muscular. I have a lot of definition in my arms legs and chest area. I weigh about 175lbs. Now I have a excess of fat in the lower abdomin area. I actually started going on fat loss type diet. It wasn't really a diet. I was just eating 5 meals per day. ... (4 replies)
... Muscle gain in general will increase your metabolism to help maintain low body fat. But the fat distribution is not dependent on which muscles are bulked up. ... (3 replies)

... rounded workout. You are only working a couple of muscle groups, largely missing the back and legs altogether. Include some rows or pullups for the back and start doing squats, lunges and deadlifts for the legs. ... (1 replies)
... Back exercises in themselves are good, I assume you mean lower back. ... (4 replies)
Any advice?
Oct 1, 2003
... minutes HIIT before breakfast will really encourage fat burning. ... (2 replies)
... muscles." No, lifting weights will not spot reduce fat but lifting weights at a high rep will get the muscles to be more dense and stimulating them to burn more fat thus increasing your potential and ability to burn fat. To say women can't bulk up is not true. Some women are bulky genetically to begin with. ... (27 replies)
Help! I am flabby!
Jul 23, 2010
... thin a healthy weight for my height and I look relatively thin with clothes on, however I have a stomach that rolls over the top of my pants and a jiggly bum. My lower stomach is particularly problematic. I can grab fistfuls of fat and well.. it doesn't look pretty. ... (5 replies)
Nov 19, 2004
... Then I learned that you need to eat and get good protein. The good thing about that point was that I had almost no body fat so I had a good stating point. I then went on a diet where I would have 2 protien shakes a day, eggs, turkey sandwhiches, tuna, chicken you name it. ... (0 replies)
... although I never go all the way to the top or bottom with either one. What I'm wondering is which feature, resistance or incline, is best for trimming down my legs and burning fat, as opposed to building muscle? ... (2 replies)
... i know you dont want to hear this but you have to burn the fat off before you see any results. ... (3 replies)
... yeah cardio should help lost fat i got confused when i read one of the post here. ... (13 replies)
Targeting areas?
Nov 4, 2002
... The running and swimming will help you burn fat. The leg lifts and situps will help you build muscle in your legs and abs. In order to see the results in your legs and stomach, you have to do the cardio to burn the top layer of fat off. You do not have to do pushups to get the results from the leg lifts and situps. ... (4 replies)
... The way I was reading your post it sounds like you are trying to lose fat on you legs by exercising your legs. If I am wrong please correct me. ... (2 replies)
... the cardio you are doing appears to be all lower body, so that may additionally stimulate some muscle growth there. ... (4 replies)
... r joints more and I would honestly challenge anyone who trains the normal way to do that much training as I described above also if I dont do all those reps with lower weights if I just go on to max weight I can military press a 20kg for quite a lot of reps, now how many 16 year olds do you know that can press that much? ... (8 replies)
... stomach especially the lower part, and arms. She's very curvy but wants to become lean and toned. ... (1 replies)
... Ideally, both. Cardio is good for general fitness, heart and lung health, as well as burning fat and calories. Weight training will tone and build your lean muscle which increases your metabolism and burns more fat and calories all day long. ... (3 replies)
... One or two fruits are okay, but limit the sugar intake if you can. Jerkey, a few nuts, carrots, cottage cheese, fat free string cheese are all good snack options for lower cal and higher protein intake. One meal every week or two should be a cheat meal. ... (8 replies)
New to working out
Jan 18, 2006
... up with legs slightly off floor, this is starting position and slowly raise legs to a 45 degree angle, then lower to starting position, this is considered one rep. ... (2 replies)

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