Any luck with "target zones"?

@unithorn (193)
United States
December 30, 2006 6:46am CST
To be blunt, I have large breasts, due both to genetics and the fact that I am a little overweight. I would like to slim down a bit (lose a bit of fat around the tummy, some off of the thighs, hips...) but keep as much of my chest as I can? Any recommendations about target zones? Does that even work well? Thanks...
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@wmg2006 (5383)
• United States
16 Jan 07
Crunches are great to slim down the tummy area. A backwards leg lift will help the thighs, get on your hands and knees, lift one leg up toward your back , then back down until you feel the cheek of your butt burn, then do the other legs. Leg lifts on your back will also help the thighs. Hips I have no idea this is my problem zone and have not found a good exercise for trimming this area.
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@unithorn (193)
• United States
27 Jan 07
Thanks for the advice!
@lindad (56)
• United Arab Emirates
25 Jan 07
Make sure ur postures right. Stand straight and hold your tum in. Im not saying that following my advise gives you washboard abs or anything. But holding your tum in is the easiest excercise you can do..even while watching t.v. Keep at it and youll look great.. Do not eat after 8pm!
@unithorn (193)
• United States
27 Jan 07
With my schedule, that's impossible...but the concept it good. My main problem is that I eat one meal a day, usually, and it's when I come home late at night, very tired from work and whatever, and eat before I crash for a couple of hours. Thanks though!
@tholland (20)
30 Dec 06
I have the same problem, except I only but weight on on my breats and tum. I have skinney arms and legs. Anyone out there know the best exercises for a flat tummy?
@unithorn (193)
• United States
30 Dec 06
I've basically just got a layer of extra padding. Except my lowers legs - almost too muscular (bulky - I walk everywhere). My main focus points are my tummy and hips, at this point. Thighs and arms (which really aren't too bad) can be taken care of. Thanks for...well, no advice, but commenting! =0)