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Anonymous asked in HealthDiet & Fitness · 9 years ago

BELLY FAT, LEG FATS HELP :(?

im 16 and ive got 3 belly flaps, and big legs (im a female)

though i weigh about 100ibs all the fat is on my stomach and lower stomach i have fats from my side..can you tell me what to eat everyday for a week to lose it but healthily? please thanks

Also i will exercise daily at home on treadmill (every 2 days) and do crunches etc daily

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  • ny
    Lv 7
    9 years ago
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    jogging is an excellent exercise because it let you lose weight

    evenly throughout your whole body. If you want to lose weight in

    specific areas, you should target them with exercises. If they are

    your problem areas, they will be very difficult to tone. You will have

    to work double on them. The best approach is this:

    1. Lower/control your daily calorie intake (control for normal

    weight, lower for overweight).

    2. Run/jog to lower your overall body fat percentage.

    3. Target your problem areas with exercises.

    an excellent exercise, you can do it in front of your TV: sit on a

    stool, and put your toes under something (piece of heavy furniture,

    for example). In your hands hold a little dumbbell. Please, make sure

    that it is not very heavy, start with one kilo, for example, or you

    will damage your back and spine! Slowly move the upper part of your

    body back, until it's parallel with the ground. Stop for a second and

    move it back to the sitting position. Repeat ten times. Every week add

    to the number of repetitions. You will see the results in a week,

    guaranteed! You will see or feel under the fat - if you have any - six

    pack and muscles. Dumbbells do wonders. Much better than these

    crunches - I came up to three hundreds and there was no results AT

    ALL. With the dumbbells you will see it in a week.

    Specific resistance exercises can help strengthen and shape specific

    muscles in the leg. You may wish to begin by doing exercises that use

    your own body weight and require no special equipment. Here are a few:

    Lunge

    This exercise works the quadriceps (muscle of the front upper

    thigh).

    (1) Stand with your feet together, keeping your head up and looking

    straight ahead.

    (2) Take a long step forward with one foot, making sure this leg is

    at a right angle (don't let your knee bend in front of your toes), and

    bend the knee of your back leg until it's as close to the floor as

    possible.

    (3) Hold this position for a second or two and then slowly push back

    to a standing position.

    (4) Repeat with the alternate leg going forward.

    (5) Be sure that your movements are slow and controlled.

    (6) Build up your repetitions over time.

    (7) To increase resistance, you may hold hand weights alongside your

    body.

    Heel raise

    This exercise works your calf muscle (official term: gastrocnemius).

    (1)Stand with the balls of your feet on a step -- hold onto a wall or

    handrail for balance.

    (2) Slowly rise up on your toes, pause for a second or two, and then

    decline.

    (3) Progress slowly -- don't overdo it at first.

    (4) Increase repetitions as you become stronger.

    Toe raise

    This exercise for your shin is particularly useful if you are a

    runner.

    (1)Sit on a stool, bench, or chair with feet flat on the floor.

    (2) Raise your toes toward the ceiling while keeping your heels on

    the floor.

    (3) Hold this position for a second or two and then slowly lower your

    toes.

    (4) Increase repetitions as you become stronger.

    Squat

    This works the hamstrings, located in the back of your upper thighs.

    This exercise is difficult for beginners. It is best to do this in

    front of a mirror to check your form.

    (1)Position your feet shoulder width apart, with your hands on your

    hips or the front of your thighs.

    (2) Slowly lower your body until you're in a "sitting" position. Your

    front thighs should be parallel with the floor. You may also feel

    muscle contraction in your rear end (you're working these muscles as

    well!).

    (3) Hold this position for a second or two and then slowly stand up

    straight.

    (4) Increase repetitions as you become stronger.

    (5) With increasing strength, you may also wish to add resistance by

    using a barbell, held behind your neck, that's resting on your upper

    back.

    Lying side lift

    To work the outside muscle of your leg called the abductors:

    (1)Lying on your side, slowly lift your top leg as high as you can

    while keeping it straight, and then gradually lower it.

    (2) Repeat as many times as comfortable.

    (3) Lie on your opposite side to work the other leg in the same

    manner.

    To work the inner thigh muscle (adductor):

    (1)Lie on your side, crossing and slightly bending your top leg over

    your bottom one. Be sure not to let your hips roll back -- stay

    exactly on your side.

    (2) Slowly lift your bottom leg as high as you can and then lower it

    gradually.

    (3) Do this as many times as possible (without extreme pain).

    (4) Repeat with your other leg.

    (5) Some people like to use ankle weights for these exercises as they

    become stronger.

  • Anonymous
    9 years ago

    Hi,

    I am also 16, but never had a problem with my weight.

    My dad always wants to get a bit of his weight so what he follows is this:

    Montignac (Search on google for more information)

    Montignac is a guy who found out how food works.

    So for example, no potatoes with bread, that will make you fat.

    So you don't need to exercise with this diet, you can eat as MUCH AS YOU WANT!

    It is a healthy diet, if my dad does it for a week, the KG's are just flying off.

    Really super easy!

    Source(s): My own, but trust me, look for it, ask some people about it. And you will be skinny :)
  • The your training program isn't effective. You should try the diet&weightloss or fitness sections on e-health4you.com to get help with that

    Source(s): e-health4you.com
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