I had started to get into shape but then got too lazy lol. I was just dancing for 30-60 mins to xbox dance games (or copying youtube videos if you don't have an xbox )and then doing videos on youtube specifically on your stomach for about 10 minutes and drinking loads of water.
I was basically putting the bare minimum effort in but after a few weeks it had started to make a difference.
I am starting to tone slowly sadly I do sit ups every night minimum, my max is 50 (I'm not very good yet but I do 50 on the weighted sit up machine in the gym once a week)
I do a minimum of 30mins power walking everyday and 45mins of spinning a week Tuesdays and Thusdays, the gym on Wednesday 45mins of running, 30mins of abb toning (side to side turning machine works abbs and the sit up machine) Then 10 mins of arm weights. I have loads of toning to do but I know it takes time, good diet and effort.
With having the flu this will be my first proper week again since being sick
Bodies are so weird! Unfortunately, I've always been told that you can't directly "target" one part of your body and expect to see results in just that area in a short amount of time. (I hope that makes sense, I am hella tired lol)
Instead, get into a work out routine in which you target areas around & on the specific part of your body you want to change. Cardio can help a lot with this! Running, treadmill, etc. Cardio helps speed up your metabolism and that causes you to burn more fat, which will most definitely make a huge difference in the area you want to tone up.
I also wanted to tone up my abs and what not, and instead of going the grind with 300 sit-ups a day, I came up with a specific workout routine that helps target all areas of my body and man I cannot tell you the difference it has made as opposed to my old routine of just doing ab workouts Good luck!
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