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Swimming I never get tired of saying this. Swimming! It's the miracle exercise for anyone who has some sort of injury. Obviously, some injuries are beyond swimming, but those injuries are "hey doctor" injuries, and not "hey, Internet" injuries. Swimming will not only provide good cardio, but because of the superior resistance of water, it's also a strength ...


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It depends what is the activity you're performing. If you do high intensity workouts or strength training, most of the energy comes from the carbs (i.e. sugar) because it is easy for body to convert them to energy for fast consumption. However, fats also have their role, yes they are calorie-dense. But they are essential for maintaining harmones etc. So ...


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There might be a way to reduce the size of your legs, but I don't know what it is. Instead, I'd recommend A) not worrying about it and B) making your upper body enormously muscular and awesome, to reduce disproportion. For instance, maybe only do squats and deadlifts every other workout, while continuing to do upper-body work? So, every workout involves ...


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I do not intend to offend you but are you sure it is muscle or fat? It's probably more fat than muscle you may have genetics favoring to store more fat on legs than on belly. If it is fat well you can not target fat loss on a specific area(if it was possible then life would be so easy right?) but you can achieve a smaller legs by doing diet and reducing ...



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