2. Legs fat loss
First of all, take a look at yourself and do an analysis of whether your lower or upper body has more fat. If you train a part that doesn’t actually need to be worked on really hard, you will just gain more muscle, while the problematic part will stay untouched. Be mindful to not exhaust yourself, but also remember that you need at least 30 minutes of exercise 5 days a week.
- If you carry more fat in your legs and thighs you can start by running, or just walking, 30-40 minutes a day. For those people who want to achieve even more results, it could be good to take some aerobic classes. Whatever you decide, try not to forget about stretching.
- If you carry more fat in your upper body, you can get away with doing less with your legs. A brisk daily walk for 30-40 minutes can replace running and weightlifting. It is not recommended to lose weight by doing exercises with heavy weights. You will also find that doing more reps with lighter weights is more effective.
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