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... I apologize for the re-post, but I'm really looking for feedback & ways to improve my workout routine. I've edited my previous post a little. I think I'm working out too much. I joined a gym in mid-April. Iíve been going pretty much every day since. I can only count a few days that Iíve missed. My goal is to tone (get rid of the fat/cellulite on my upper legs, firm... (10 replies)
... my legs up at a 90 degree angle. ... (1 replies)
It hurts
Sep 3, 2004
... No amount of crunches or other ab work will get rid of the fat. You need to be doing cardio and have a healthy eating plan to reduce fat anywhere. If you are just doing ab work you will be increasing the size of the muscle while not reducing fat. ... (3 replies)

Thigh work
Aug 1, 2004
... ok that might work, but are you trying to loose the fat or build the muscle? ... (4 replies)
... I don't look fat but I feel fat because of my booty!! I hate it!! ... (2 replies)
... and I started working out my lower body as well, which I think helped a great deal with weight gain. ... (6 replies)
Suggestions
Nov 16, 2003
... I'm 5'8" and 150lbs. I've been doing lower body workouts with weights for the past month and a half and doing like 30mins on a treadmill 4times a week the rest. I want to get my arms going now to.. ... (1 replies)
... work on larger shoulders, a broader back, and a wider chest to counter it. So you should lift weights to make the upper groups larger and it will thus make your lower body look smaller. It is especially important for you to broden your shoulders. ... (11 replies)
... Yea I am working on legs also but I have never had a problem building them up for some reason. ... (14 replies)
... See my previous post about losing the weight. You cannot bulk and lose fat at the same time. One or the other! As for a good choice of exercises. If your a new, stick to the basics. ... (14 replies)
... ow I do alternate between running and walking when on the treadmill. The eliptical machine seems to be really good but I can't usually stay on it too long as my legs get really fatigued. I guess this might be a sign I need increased endurance in my legs so I should stick with it build up that endurance. ... (8 replies)
... Or, If I need to do the weights more than just once per week, am I OK with doing upper body on one day, lower body the next day, but no cardio on those 2 days? ... (4 replies)
... ecial situps for the lower abs like laying on your back and putting your feet striaght up in the air as if your body was like the letter L, and keep lifting your lower hips off the ground until you feel that burn and keep doing it till you can't anymore. Hope this makes sense! ... (4 replies)
... Do you do reverse crunches for your lower abs or are you just doing the forward ones? ... (6 replies)
... rying light dumbells will put pressure in areas you are not used to for such long durations. Initially your wrists, then your elbows to compensate and even your lower back if you start changing the way you move your arms. ... (3 replies)
... Hey Aaron... I'm 164cm, 123 pounds. I have a goal which is to have nice enough legs by May for a planned trip to Thailand. I have always worn clothing that atleast covers my knees, never skirts etc the go above my knees. ... (5 replies)
... Do not frame your goal solely in terms of weight. As you exercise, you may build muscle, which may mask fat loss if you just look at the scale. ... (11 replies)
... ht now realistic means something I can do at home. I only weigh 106 lbs. and I don't want to lose weight. I would really just like to tone and build muscle on my lower body. I have some visible fat there, enough that I don't like the way they look anymore. But what I'm hoping for is to lose that fat and replace it with muscle. ... (0 replies)
... day of lower body bacause I have HUGE, solid thighs and calves. As I am short, and have short legs even for my height, they are plenty big and stocky. The upper body, particularly my bis and tris can use more work. ... (1 replies)
... Listen to your body. Running can be hard on your body and will cause your legs to wear out faster. That's why I can no longer run. The knee problems were just too much. ... (7 replies)


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