Belly, Calf And Thigh Fat Problems
I’m concerned about my belly, calf and thigh fat. I weigh about 140 pounds and I’m five feet four inches. No matter how hard I try to lose my belly, calf and thigh fat, I end up losing weight elsewhere. I am really uncomfortable with my fat and it makes me afraid to wear certain clothes. Are there any tips you can give me to lose weight from my belly, calves and thighs? Everywhere else is fine. I do not want to build muscle, just lose weight. Please help.
How you look physically is determined primarily by your genes and your lifestyle. In other words, you are a product of nature and nurture. It is not uncommon to find certain features existing in a family, and so you might very well have other relatives that have your physical shape such as the pronounced belly, calves and thighs.
Fortunately, or probably unfortunately in your case, when you lose weight you lose from the entire body. However, because certain areas are already pronounced, it would appear that not much has happened by way of weight loss from these areas, but this is not so. If you lose weight from the entire body, the pronounced areas will still be pronounced even at a lowered weight. Therefore, in your situation, you are probably going to have to do other things to change the way you look.
I would suggest you do a general weight loss programme by reducing how much you eat and exercising more. You could also restrict your consumption of carbohydrates so that your body will be forced to feed on fat. Once the fat is reduced, you will be smaller and you will lose inches. To reduce your stomach, you might need to try a detox programme. This is useful because it will help you remove extra waste from your intestines. It can be done with a weight loss programme, however, I suggest that you speak with a qualified medical professional to see whether detoxing would be good for you. Once detox is done, it will make your belly softer and then you can exercise to tighten the stomach muscles.
Once your stomach is down, you will definitely need to change your eating habits. Eating more fruits and vegetables and making sure the bowel stays clean is very important.
I would also like to suggest that you do some toning and sculpting exercises for these areas. A gym instructor could demonstrate some of these workouts that you can follow. Regardless of what happens, it is important that you love yourself.
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