I am close to my goal of reaching 120 pounds. Does anyone have any tips on sculping a nice lean figure. No huge muscles feminine tone. If I get a little below 120 thats fine just not to much I dont want to be a pure stick figure.
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since you said you have almost reach your goal,it better for your to take interval training.that is ,you should take exercise on an interval basis.for example,you can jog for 20 minutes everyday,and thus put your heart in cardiovascular condition during this time.if during that 20 minutes jog,you add a 30 seconds or 1 minute sprint,you will burn more calories disproportionately.
Also, you can break a longer routine OF exercise into smaller parts.try this.
Get a mountain bike and ride it frequently! It's a total body workout. The key is to find something fun, but which has the side effect of getting you in shape. I've been mountain biking for several years, and on a competitive level the last three. It's got me in about as good shape as I have ever been.
You sound like you're on the right track. The main ingredients for fat loss and toning is a healthy diet and exercise. You should also be utilizing weight training as this will help to reshape your body giving you that sculpted look you want.
Eating 5 - 6 times a day combined with weight training will boost your metabolism and help with effective fat loss.
All the best
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