So I am 128 lbs, 5" 4" and 23. I walk 3-5 times a week for 30 minutes. I have been working out and dieting for several years now. A couple years ago I was working out 3 times a week doing 1 hour of cardio and an hour of strength training and eating 1200 calories per day. At my lowest weight I was 117 lbs, and I STILL had a belly on me, although my limbs were very slender. I have never had a nice flat stomach, even as an adolescent. I was hoping that you could create a work out for me that would help reduce my abdominal fat, tone my thighs and build up my butt which is kinda flat. I have tried so many things and I just don't know what to do, and I always feel lost when creating my own workouts and I feel as though they aren't very effective. Thanks!View Thread
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