7 months ago
Last edited at 1:55PM on 5/3/2013
Running on a tread mill or any cardio machines in a gym. Taking long walks and watching what you eat. This is very important as you need both of these to lose weight. Always check with your Doctor when you are about to start a fitness/ diet plan. Good Luck!
Definitely running. If you go to the gym use the treadmill for at least 25 minutes, running/walking. And then do the elliptical for about 30 minutes. Work your way up little by little and all that leg fat will be turned into muscle(;
Walking 20-30 minutes a day is helpful. Also helps your tush. Lunges also work as well as lying on your side and doing scissor kicks. Lift your leg even with your hip and hold for a count of 10. Many repetitions will give you excellent results. You can also lie on your back and do "the bicycle" if you don't have a stationary bike or access to one. Bike riding outside will also tone and slim your legs. Good luck.
7 years ago I lost 25 kgs in 8 months. I started doing 4 km walks & after 6 months I was up to 20 km walks. This looses weight but the element of fresh air is the big bonus. The fresh air unblocks your mind & stress levels are lowered. You feel great & can take on the world, life & any problems. You have much better coping mechanisms when problems arise. On moving to the country where its not as safe to walk I put all that weight back on in 3 months from less walks & a bad relationship & stress. I have since lost 10 kilos but still need to loose up to another 10. As you get older you need to add a kg of weight on every 5 years so you don't look drawn out as you mature & age. When I was 21 I was 45 kgs nowadays in my 50's I would be happy at 55. The fresh air benefits you much more than breathing in everyone's body sweat in a gym. There's no membership fee to walk either. legs = walking & fresh air in your lungs.