Eat at regular times (not late), take in less calories, and eliminate or strictly limit refined (processed) carbohydrates. In addition, do cardio exercise, such as brisk walking, running, jogging, etc., every other day. For more information about how to do this, see the page link, further down this page, listed under Related Questions.
That's easy... An operation.
Short of liposuction there is no way to target where to lose weight, it's like trying to empty only the left side of a glass. Pick a sensible diet plan and stick with it, and as you lose weight all over youy will lose some from hips and thighs.
It took a while to build up the weight, it's going to take a while to remove it.
Bend over and come back up keep repeating this
Any form of cardio exercise, such as cardio walking to lose weight, or running, jogging, etc., is an excellent fat burning exercise.
Short of liposuction there's no way to target weight loss. Stick to a sensible diet and exercise plan and you will lose weight a little all over.
You cannot do "spot weight loss." That is, you cannot lose weight at your stomach by exercising your stomach. You cannot lose leg fat by exercising your legs. You can only "lose weight." However, not all women are the same. Different women carry weight different ways. Some women tend to have more fat on their hips, stomach, back, breasts, and so on. So, when you lose weight, you will tend to lose fat more in some places than other places, but this cannot be controlled. If you want larger hips and a smaller waist, you simply have to lose weight, and see if you keep some fat at your waist. If not, then your body type won't allow it.
you can lose weight when you jog,leg-ups,push-ups,excercise like this is one of the best excercise.
doing sit ups will tone up your stomach... if you want to lose the weight try running and things like that... Hope this helped
Reduces the stress on: Heart Joints (knees, feet, hips, backbone, ankle) Lungs
It depends on how much u want to lose and how fast metabolism is some people lose any were from 10 to 20 pounds
an hour of jogging/swimming and going up and down some stairs everyday should help
Consume fewer calories and, of possible, perform low impact exercises such as swimming.
She doesn't need to lose weight. My daughter weighs more than that. Her weight is just fine. Don't worry about it. Have her exercise more if you really want her to lose weight.
Short of having liposuction there's no way to target weight loss, whatever the infomercials claim. You'll just have to settle for a diet that will let you lose a little all over instead.
The Slim in 6 program has an excellent work out just for those areas that has worked wonders for me.
It really depends, if your pelvis is wide, then you can't really get less widened hips. But if you just want to lose fat, then a couple weeks at the gym (with guidance for weight loss) should do the trick.
Riding a stationary bike can make your thighs and hips either bigger or smaller. It can make them smaller if you lose weight. It can make them bigger if you exercise strenuously.
Your hip size is genetically predetermined. However, if you have gained weight then you can lose weight with exercise and a healthy diet. But you cant get any smaller than your body frame will allow.
You might lose some inches on your hips using a treadmill but basically hips measurements are mostly about bones.
Have you tried a weighted hulahoop? It will slim down your waist, and for your hips...sit down and eat. JK JK
It is impossible to target the hips as the only place to lose weight, any weight loss tends to be from all over the body at any one time. Burning fat can be achieved by exercising daily and watching your daily calorie intake.
Get into an exercise routine. Suggestions are to swim 1 mile on three days of the week and to do aerobics 30 minutes on the other days.