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How do you lose fat from your stomach thighs and love handles without looking muscular?

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2011-07-05 13:56:39
2011-07-05 13:56:39
  • CARDIO exercise. You can lift weights for hours, but to lose the fat on top of the muscle run, powerwalk, brisk walk, do aerobics, dance, etc. anything to make you sweat.
  • Eliminate, or seriously restrict, refined (processed) carbohydrates. Refined carbohydrates are a major cause of body fat accumulation around the abdomen. Our bodies were not designed to cope with them. Add to that, cardio exercise plus 'fat burning' foods.
  • Also, pilates helps a lot for long lean feminine looking muscles and losing weight. Although the equipment can be expensive, look up some exercises for areas you want to trim and a lot of them either don't need equipment or equipment can be easily substituted. For instance, the one pound 'pilates weight ball' workout could be done with a one pound weight. It's all about little exercises that don't seem trying at first, but believe me, by the time you're done, you're sore.
  • Cardio Exercises + Abdominal Exercises + Your customized diet will give you the perfect results for your problem. If you can't do exercises, try dancing, swimming, sports etc.
  • For more information about 'fat burning' foods and how to use them, or to learn how to do cardio exercise, or for a list of refined processed carbohydrates, see the page links, further down this page, listed under Related Questions.

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