I want to lose weight in my legs?
Topic: So bored doing homework while listening
July 19, 2019 / By Annette Question:
I'm thirteen years old, around 4"9 and approx. 48 - 50 kgs. I really want to lose weight in my legs, but I'm not too sure where to start. I hardly ever have any fatty foods as my mum doesn't allow it, so that's not my problem. We have a treadmill at home, but I do find that it gets very boring after a while, and I don't stick with it. There is no local gym where I live, so that isn't an option either. I live in a small town so there's barely any sports to take up either. I'm at a loss, and I'm getting desperate. I make sure that I get 5+ a day as well. Is there any form of exercise that is fun, or that I can make fun? Unfortunately, I can't get a TV and place it in front of the treadmill.
As I said before, I'm thirteen so I'm often busy with homework, so I don't have all the time in the world. Don't bother saying it's just part of puberty, I won't listen. I just want some help and some tips on how to lose weight.
Best Answers: I want to lose weight in my legs?
Wyot | 10 days ago
Monday run for one hour.
Tuesday push ups and sit ups. Try to work up to 300 of each.
Wednesday run again.
Thursday upper body again.
Friday run. No less then an hour.
Basically the ARMY routine. Best of luck.
Don't try this without stretching for 10 to 20 prior. Learn how to do that first and it will get more out of it then any of your friends. A little secret to working out. =)
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Originally Answered: Im 20 5.9 tall and weight 225/230 pounds and need to lose weight and gain muscle QUICK! / long story?
Weight lose and muscle toning takes time. At 5'9" you should be looking to lose 60lbs. 2lbs per week is a safe amount of weight to expect yourself to lose and keep it off. That means you need to plan on working at this for about 30 weeks. You can expect to lose a bit more weight at first, you always lose fast when you first start.
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It's really effective, I'm sure you'll start seeing a difference in your weight within a month or so, depending on the exercise you do on it.
I'm convinced that you can't really target weight loss, I truly do think that you have to lose it allover to see a difference.
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You shouldnt have to worry about this yet im sure you're perfect the way you are you may not listen to me but im telling you the the truth so you need to DONT WORRY ABOUT IT ENJOY YOUR YOUNG LIFE YOU HAVE YOUR WHOLE LIFE AHEAD OF YOU TO WORRY ABOUT THAT STUFF
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Originally Answered: I want to gain weight in my legs,arms and abdomin area ( if you know wat i mean).?
You need to focus your exercise on walking, stair climbing and that kind of thing. The places you want to build up are areas with muscle in them so if you increase your muscles there, I think you'll like the shape and I'm pretty sure that I will like the shape too if you ask me. I went to college on a campus where it was uphil from wherever you were to wherever your next class was going to be. The terrain led to wonderfully formed legs. If your local terrain is flat, then perhaps you'll have to head for the gym. Putting in the hours consistently for the long haul takes some self-discipline. Don't lose heart when you get to the end of the second month and don't see much change. Except on late night informercials, changing your body's shape in a healthy way takes a long time.
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Good luck to you in your life long journey to keeping yourself in shape.