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    Quote Originally Posted by Eko View Post
    Bunnyhugs if you have free access to the net and are able to put it on a laptop, look up "beachbody insanity" on youtube. You should be able to find the program videos on there for free to watch and use

    I think most programs like that are on youtube now, so you could look for others as well.

    AWESOME!! Thanks heaps!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bunnyhugs View Post
    if I track my food and go for a walk every day with the kids and then try and get a Zumba class or something in once a week, I should see results?
    Yes you will see results. How old are your kiddies? Can they ride a bike to make you keep up the pace? Or if young enough in a stroller walking quickly. It can't be a stroll it needs to get your heart rate up. Most people loose interest if they dont see results 'quickly' so it needs to be at a pace where you will defiantly shed some Kgs.

    Zumba would be good for cardio aswell. But I have to insist you do some resistance training!!!

    Even sit-ups, push ups, dips, squats, hovers etc at home. More muscle means more calories burned. You won't 'bulk up' I assure you.

    I'm 174cms and 60kg (and a personal trainer I do weights 3 times a week (plus more in classes) and have done so for the last 10 months and I'm not bulky. I promise. It takes high weights (and I mean MAX weight) few reps and a particular diet for hypertrophy.

    Quote Originally Posted by Bunnyhugs View Post
    I've always had somewhat chunky legs and I'd love to get some hot pins instead.
    Maybe you could skip the squats if your legs are already muscular (although they are great for your bum & thighs) and try some cycling, power walking pilates.

    Are you trying to loss 'weight' or 'fat'?
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    Quote Originally Posted by AndrewTheEmu View Post
    I've always had somewhat chunky legs and I'd love to get some hot pins instead.
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    hmmmmm...........huh? typo?

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    hmmmmm...........huh? typo?[/QUOTE]

    Hot pins mean hot legs

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    hmmmmm...........huh? typo?[/QUOTE]

    Lol yes, please see again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Theboys&me View Post
    hmmmmm...........huh? typo?
    Hot pins mean hot legs [/QUOTE]

    Yeah I know, I'm the one that posted it LOL - looks like AndrewTheEmu's post got mashed and all that happened was my original post (which she'd quoted) had been reposted and she hadn't actually typed anything..........

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    Quote Originally Posted by AndrewTheEmu View Post
    hmmmmm...........huh? typo?
    Lol yes, please see again.[/QUOTE]


    AHA!!! Mystery solved!!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bunnyhugs View Post
    Hot pins mean hot legs
    Yeah I know, I'm the one that posted it LOL - looks like AndrewTheEmu's post got mashed and all that happened was my original post (which she'd quoted) had been reposted and she hadn't actually typed anything.......... [/QUOTE]

    Haha!!! Ah I see - too funny

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    Quote Originally Posted by AndrewTheEmu View Post
    Maybe you could skip the squats if your legs are already muscular (although they are great for your bum & thighs) and try some cycling, power walking pilates.

    Are you trying to loss 'weight' or 'fat'?
    I have no idea what I'm trying to lose. To me, my legs are fat but I danced for years so they were quite muscular as well.

    I don't own a bike so pilates and cycling would mean attending a gym. Maybe a spin class?


 

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