How to lose fat & tone up as an 18 yo girl Watch

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Basically, I'm 163cm and 8st6lbs (my highest EVER weight) and I hate the way I look. I let myself go over A levels and the summer and am regretting it all now! I just want to get rid of the fat on my stomach and get my abs back, but I don't know the best way to do it. I go to uni in just under a month so I'd like to lose the extra weight quickly, but I always struggle to lose (it took me literally 1.5 years to lose 7lbs, like wtf) so I'm wondering if anyone here has any suggestions?

I'd prefer to avoid fasting etc as my stomach is super sensitive and it screws me up (hence why it took me so long to lose the weight before, I struggle to manage a calorie deficit without my digestive system complaining!), but equally if that's what it takes I'll do it.

Thanks in advance to anyone who replies!

~ S
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As in do I do sport currently or I should do sport? Because I already do ballet and tennis - I know I should do more but I've been trying to just enjoy summer lol. When I was trying to lose weight last time I was doing sports 4 times a week but it still did nothing...
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(Original post by Anonymous)
Basically, I'm 163cm and 8st6lbs (my highest EVER weight) and I hate the way I look. I let myself go over A levels and the summer and am regretting it all now! I just want to get rid of the fat on my stomach and get my abs back, but I don't know the best way to do it. I go to uni in just under a month so I'd like to lose the extra weight quickly, but I always struggle to lose (it took me literally 1.5 years to lose 7lbs, like wtf) so I'm wondering if anyone here has any suggestions?

I'd prefer to avoid fasting etc as my stomach is super sensitive and it screws me up (hence why it took me so long to lose the weight before, I struggle to manage a calorie deficit without my digestive system complaining!), but equally if that's what it takes I'll do it.

Thanks in advance to anyone who replies!

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Regular exercise and a clean diet.
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(Original post by Anonymous)
Basically, I'm 163cm and 8st6lbs (my highest EVER weight) and I hate the way I look. I let myself go over A levels and the summer and am regretting it all now! I just want to get rid of the fat on my stomach and get my abs back, but I don't know the best way to do it. I go to uni in just under a month so I'd like to lose the extra weight quickly, but I always struggle to lose (it took me literally 1.5 years to lose 7lbs, like wtf) so I'm wondering if anyone here has any suggestions?

I'd prefer to avoid fasting etc as my stomach is super sensitive and it screws me up (hence why it took me so long to lose the weight before, I struggle to manage a calorie deficit without my digestive system complaining!), but equally if that's what it takes I'll do it.

Thanks in advance to anyone who replies!

~ S
Not sure how you can lose wsight that quickly, but you could exercise and go on a healthier diet.

For me, I bought this thing called a Ultrasonic cavitation device, it basically just targets parts of the body that has fat (look it up for more information). I've been using that to lose weight, it works slowly, but if you couple it with exercise it should work faster.
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(Original post by -Quava-)
Regular exercise and a clean diet.
I know this is an annoying question haha, but by regular exercise how much do you mean? I already eat clean but more exercise might make a difference this time I guess
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Not sure how you can lose wsight that quickly, but you could exercise and go on a healthier diet.

For me, I bought this thing called a Ultrasonic cavitation device, it basically just targets parts of the body that has fat (look it up for more information). I've been using that to lose weight, it works slowly, but if you couple it with exercise it should work faster.
Ooh, thank you so much for telling me about that!! I'll look into getting one, that sounds perfect for targeting specific areas as my boobs are finally a B cup (still small ik but better than the A they used to be when I was 7st 10 lol) and my bum is starting to exist but my stomach is HUGE! Thank you
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I would say the gym, perhaps create an exercise plan and try that for a little while. Otherwise you could try doing some you tube exercise videos every morning like Blogalates or something similar.
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I know this is an annoying question haha, but by regular exercise how much do you mean? I already eat clean but more exercise might make a difference this time I guess
Get a gym membership and split each day of the week in to parts of that body to target/ exercise.
E.g. x2 a week leg day and x2 a week upper body and then some cardio/ HIIT around x2 a week also.
Always remember to take rest days or you could do light exercise on your rest days.
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(Original post by Deggs_14)
I would say the gym, perhaps create an exercise plan and try that for a little while. Otherwise you could try doing some you tube exercise videos every morning like Blogalates or something similar.
Okay cool, thanks!
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Ooh, thank you so much for telling me about that!! I'll look into getting one, that sounds perfect for targeting specific areas as my boobs are finally a B cup (still small ik but better than the A they used to be when I was 7st 10 lol) and my bum is starting to exist but my stomach is HUGE! Thank you
You are welcome. I have celulites too and this is perfect for getting of that too. I got the device mostly for my legs and hopefully it should be arriving soon
I plan on using it along with an exercise routine and a proper diet for maximum results.

If you are planning on getting on I'd say make sure to really take your time and look at all the available options because there are some unnecessarily expensive ones. If you need more information then just DM me
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Get a gym membership and split each day of the week in to parts of that body to target/ exercise.
E.g. x2 a week leg day and x2 a week upper body and then some cardio/ HIIT around x2 a week also.
Always remember to take rest days or you could do light exercise on your rest days.
Ah okay, thank you!
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You are welcome. I have celulites too and this is perfect for getting of that too. I got the device mostly for my legs and hopefully it should be arriving soon
I plan on using it along with an exercise routine and a proper diet for maximum results.

If you are planning on getting on I'd say make sure to really take your time and look at all the available options because there are some unnecessarily expensive ones. If you need more information then just DM me
Thank you for the advice
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You could practice ballet as much as you can or join a few extra classes if it’s something you enjoy. Especially is you can find ballet conditioning or body con classes. Even just doing a few ab exercises very day will make a huge difference.
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weights, weight lifting
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try the gym
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