You gain weight on your thighs because whenever you grow up you gain fat on your thighs,and another way is because you don't exercise like you don't run or walk alot
It can do yes. Weight gain during pregnancy can go anywhere hun. Hips, thighs, bottom, adbomonen etc.
Cardio the best option, in cardio especially lungs and hamstring work well to lose weight in thighs.
best ways to do some squats
well it depends like if you gain most of your weight in your thighs then the cornbread will go to the thighs (:
No. When you gain weight, you gain it allover and cannot target specific spots. If anything, weight gain is targeted to spots you don't want it to - hips, butt, thighs.
Weight gain has a lot to do with genetics. People vary, so do their genetics.
Only if you eat pure lard for a entire week. Your entire body will also gain weight, along with your fat thighs.
I have gained weight on my butt and thighs and i weigh 115 and i m 16. You can just eat sweets. That's how i gained 10 pounds I have gained weight on my butt and thighs and i weigh 115 and i m 16. You can just eat sweets. That's how i gained 10 pounds
You would gain muscle faster than you would lose weight.
I am overweight simple because I eat after 8 0 clock at night. So if you eat before you go to bed you definetely will gain weight everywhere.
You can get stretch marks on many parts of your body when you gain weight quickly, and your skin stretches.
WEll i was on the depo shot after i had my baby and I've gaind a lot of weight especially around the mid section and on your thighs.
When you gain weight it is distributed everywhere, including your cheeks. There is also a process a cosmetic surgeon can do where he will remove fat from your thighs or buttocks and implant it in your cheeks.
Yes, you can lose weight in your thighs by losing water, which includes taking diuretic pills. You can also lose weight in your thighs by swimming in the water and exercising.
Stomach, arms, thighs, face and breasts. If you're pregnant with a boy or girl can also be a determinig factor.
Well, like any other part of the body you can gain weight the usual way. Eating things with more fat but that also have protein as opposed to more vegetables and fruits. However, every person's body is different, and if you gain weight to say your hips instead of your thighs, there's really nothing you can do.
No because you just grow muscle in your thigh so you don't really lose weight you just gain weight. You probably would end up with much more shapely thighs as the muscle is firmer and it burns more calories than fat does.
You can't gain weight only in certain areas of your body. However, weight training can help to build up these areas. For example, to increase muscle mass in your butt and thighs, you would need to do squats and lunges. ~ T
Only if you ate enough potatoes and steak to gain weight, and even then the weight would be proportionally distributed over your entire body.
She happens to be someone who carries her weight in her midsection and thighs.
Foods have nothing to do with where the weight goes. It all depends where each individual naturally gains weight. If you eat more calories than you burn each day, then you will gain weight. Some people put on weight around the middle, while others may gain it in the hips. Each person carries weight differently.Nto true
Opiates in long term use cause fat pockets on the hip thighs and breast. Facial swelling occurs at the beginning stages.
Try losing weight, so your thighs don't rub together. ;)
Yes, but if you run you will loose weight everywhere.
Lose weight, amputate!
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