You could try some special exercises like straighten the back or pull out the chest by using your arms in a swing back and forth at the level of your chest. The other is using your arms too, this time grasp one set of fingers with the other and go up and over from one side the the other. It might help to get rid of excess fat on the hips too. http://alwaysactiveathletics.com/8-steps-losing-5-10-pounds-month/
Eat whole grains and fruits and veggies give nutrients that recover your health and decrease disease-risk and help you lose weight. If necessary after consulting to fitness expert or doctors try weight loss supplements. Weight loss supplements also provide you with sufficient vitamins, minerals, and other essential nutrients, which are required by the body to retain an overall good health while the fat burning process.View Thread
L-Carnitine is perfect protein shake for teenagers. It improves fat loss, muscle growth, strength, endurance and recovery. Carnitine also reduces production of free radicals and muscle tissue damage.View Thread
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