First of all I think it's great that you're taking strides to get healthy and lose some weight. Pacing yourself can be a doubles edge sword however. You may take it a bit too easy on yourself or make it a little to intense for the time/goal you're trying to meet. My advice find workouts that challenge you just a enough to make you a little tired and a little sore. Stick with it until your body adjusts to it then up the intensity a little more. You'll be amazed at what you can and will accomplish. My Mom recently wanted to lose some weight and I gave her the same advice. She's lost 10 lbs so far and she isn't slowing down either. I'm proud of her.
Having said that planks (including side planks, elbow planks) are great for burning fat off of your arms and core (hips, abs, and back) hip ups are great too for working out your butt and lower back, try the locust pose. I found them at ab-workouts-guide.com. The great thing about this app is that it teaches you that can get a good workout with having spending hours at the gym.
Combined with healthy diet and healthy habits (exercise, support for yourself and others, and determination) you can't go wrong. Good luck and God Bless!
Yes this problems arise with most people but then if want to stay fit you need to power you inner sense to achieve you desired goal
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