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17 Posts
Jan 4, 2015 11:57pm
via iOS
How long are you supposed to workout a day to get fast progress?? And what workouts will help lose fat on lower stomach and upper thighs?
09 Jan
I've been working on my lower stomach as well. I've been seeing progress quicker than I expected, but what I did was make a new workout each night of the week. Working out every night just finally became a normal every day routine. After at least 2 weeks I started to see that my stomach was getting toned and that I was getting more muscle in my stomach as well. Now...when I would work out it was challenging, but it sure did pay off. If you have any questions about what type of workouts I did for my stomach that...
17 Posts
Jan 5, 2015 12:03am
via iOS
I just want to get rid of some unwanted fat and build some muscle. I've been eating healthy (no sugar, lots of fruits and vegetables and protein) and I'm hoping to see some progress in the beginning of February.
821 Posts
Jan 5, 2015 12:49am
via Android

Depends on your body type. There are 3 types of body types and there are recommendations on what type and how long to train for. Go to and find out yours. 

05 Jan
Calorie intake vs calorie use. Alot of bs on the Internet but really thats what it comes down to. Good read about production of fat -
132 Posts
Jan 5, 2015 5:46am
via iOS
How long u work out depends on many factors so it's best to do ur own thing. What works for others may not work for u because we are all different. If ur trying to lose weight u just need to watch ur diet, which ur doing, and like someone else said u need to eat LESS calories than u burn. U can find out how mug calories u need to lose weight online. Ur best bet to lose fat off ur thighs and abdominal sis cardio and it doesn't have to be long. 30 minutes or even shorter, just make sure it's intense. Look up HIIT training. U can do it with running and skipping rope to lose weight. 
96 Posts
Jan 5, 2015 9:11pm

The length of your workout depends on how long you want to workout. If you workout longer then you'll need to eat more calories per day. As for losing weight in specific areas, it is impossible to "target" weight loss in certain places. You can't spot reduce. If you want to lose weight, you will lose it from all over your body. You need to adjust your diet, make sure you're getting the right ratio of foods (macros of protein, fat, and carbohydrates) and be consistent working out. It's the long term consistency that's going to make the changes not fad diets or targeted fat loss workouts.

Try to help you figure out what you should be eating and how much. Failure only happens when you stop trying. Good luck!


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