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What Workouts Should I Be Doing

by Bertha
(Gardendale TX)

I want to get rid of the tummy fat and thigh fat I have gained. Also get nice noticeable abs and look fit.

I am a 21 year old that weighs 130lbs. I am about 5 6 tall and have started doing a little bit of workouts. I am wanting to work on my back, stomach, butt, and thighs.I don't know what workouts I should do I plan on spending one hour working out with results.

I am currently walking on a treadmill for 3 minutes then run 3 minutes and repeat constantly for 15 minutes I also do push ups to try and get rid of a little arm flab. I also do 100 crunches in sets. I have been doing this every other day for one week now.

I would like to know what I could change or do to work on my back, stomach, butt, and thighs that does not involve equipment that is expensive for working out at home. I already have dumbbells of 5lb. and 10lb. and a treadmill.


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Workouts That Get Results
by: Monica

One of the biggest mistakes that many people make when they start working out is they are so focused on "fixing" their body parts that they limit their workouts to certain body parts or to certain equipment.

I've helped clients get fit, lose fat, and tone up fast using just a yoga mat and timer but they wanted results pretty badly and were willing to do any type of workouts to achieve them.

Are you willing to do that? If you are then I have a great plan for you but it's going to require that you stop doing crunches, that you be open to new things and that you be flexible with some of the exercises listed in the workouts.

In other words you're going to have to step outside your comfort zone and you might have to modify certain exercises to the equipment you have. Let me know if you're ready to start getting results and I'll recommend a great workout plan for you.

Suitable Workout Plan
by: Bertha


Yes I am ready to get started and have real results. I would like a different routine but need some help figureing out what changes I should make. I would like to receive a workout plan.


At Home Workout Plan
by: Monica

Great! The best workout plan for you considering the equipment you have available and your fitness goal is the at home weightloss workouts plan.

Most of the workouts in this plan include exercises with weights and cardio machines. If you do see an exercise with a resistance band or medicine ball then you have two options, 1. buy a $9 resistance band or $15 medicine ball (very inexpensive) or 2. substitute a dumbbell exercise that works the same muscles (very easy to do).

If you're not sure how to superset exercises just check out Craig's video on workout supersets to learn what this means. Most of the exercises are grouped into supersets (2-3 exercises back to back) and this is key to getting results so be sure to get this part right from the start.

If an exercise is too challenging then start with an basic version of that exercise and work up to the harder version.

With any of the machine cardio intervals just use your treadmill but make sure you use the incline feature to add resistance.

Because you're beginner to intermediate stay on each phase for two weeks instead of just one. This will take you through 4 weeks of workouts that will help you burn fat, tone up, increase strength and endurance.

Once you complete 4 weeks you can switch to a new more challenging workout plan. Let me know how it goes and if you have questions about anything just ask me here.

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