Exercise bike for glutes

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Avatar n tn It’s not possible to target your thighs for fat loss. If you exercise regularly and make changes to your eating habits, as your body fat percentage decreases, you’ll see improvements everywhere, including your thighs. Cardio will help you increase the number of calories you burn to help your fat loss. Weight training will build size in your gluteus maximus, which is the major muscle in your butt. Do three to five cardio workouts into your schedule every week.
Avatar n tn re not eating enough and you have good instincts, then eat more. Given that all your exercise is aerobic, that would indicate a need for more carbs for energy, meaning whole grains and fruit, and colored vegetables for antioxidants. But you might want to consider adding in some resistance training to build your muscles to support all that aerobic activity -- stronger thighs, for example, better support the knees, stronger glutes support the back, etc.
Monkey You will find that by dropping your calories to under 1800 calories per day you will be more successful at your weight loss. For most people they need to walk 35 miles to lose 1 lb of fat--possibly shorter for bike riding but not by much. But if one cuts their daily calories so they are lightly hungry for a few hours a day and focus on a lean protein & low carb diet, then they should lose 1-3 lbs per week.
Avatar f tn I am wondering what you guys do for exercise with Cm and syringomelia. My Dr said to walk or swim. I bought a bike, the recumbent type. The first time I used it the next day I have severe headaches, "migraine" worthy. Any chance this is a coincidence?
14110160 tn?1432940751 About exercise, light cardio (walk) is a great idea, keep doing it, but when it comes to heavy squats and lunges in your case I would do that with smaller weights or with no weights at all, but with a concentration on glutes, that meaning it will be the best to do the isolation exercise for the glutes, so you don't gain any more kvadriceps. Also, if you already have a big kvadriceps, it will be good to start doing ex for hamstrings, prior to lunges and squats.
Avatar n tn A stationary bike would be my #1 choice and an elliptical # 2
1237562 tn?1360989580 For the first few weeks I could still exercise. I tried to ride the recumbent bike and walked for a total of 20 to 30 min. per day. Once my severe fatigue set in around week 4, and my hemoglobin started dropping below 10, I rode the bike but kept my heart rate under 120 BPM as I didn't want to risk a heart attack. My heart was already pumping harder due to the lack of oxygen from low Hgb. and I'm a former smoker.
Avatar n tn Side steps exercise with tubing exercise targets your tensor fasiae latae muscles, or TFL. Place a circular piece of wide plastic tubing around the edges of your feet so that the tubing is kept in place by your feet. Get into a squat position, which will keep your glutes contracting throughout the lift. Take big steps to the right by moving your right leg and foot to the right.
Avatar f tn I just stick to walking... whether its outside or on a treadmill. You can go bike riding as well. Squats, lunges... simple stuff. Don't do anything where you are putting strain on your body or where you won't be able to catch your breath.
Avatar f tn nothing high impact. you can still exercise but can't allow yourself to over heat, let your heart rate get too high etc. the moment you feel yourself heating up with the red sweaty face and start panting its time to take a break. walking, swimming and jogging are all ok. i walk miles every day right up to the day before baby boy arrived at 42weeks. you can cycle on a stationary exercise bike, they recommend you don't go on a normal bike cause your balance is affected while pregnant.
12693075 tn?1442246392 so ladies...how many of you guys exercise? And if you do? What exercises are you doing and for how long? I'm FTM at 24 weeks. I want to do some type of exercise but I am so tired. Prior to baby, I did crossfit. Just don't want to have sooooo much weight to lose.
Avatar n tn Do you have a bike? If you do then you can convert your own outdoor bike into an indoor exercise machine easily and inexpensively with an indoor trainer or roller. Which one is best for you depends on your preferences, goals and fitness experience. To convert your bike to an indoor machine using a trainer, you affix your back wheel into an elevated mount and your front wheel rests on a plastic block.
Avatar f tn Losing weight does have a lot to do with diet, but I've always found that exercise works best for me. Walking is really good, but you have to keep changing things up, so your body doesn't get used to the same thing. During the winter, I do about 3-6 miles/day because I have a walking partner and we can get out, but during the summer, I'm more likely to hit the treadmill because hubby doesn't like me walking alone and it's really too hot to do a lot outside.
Avatar f tn I am almost 38 weeks and have worked out consistently the entire pregnancy. I did barre classes, which i loved until recently. They have great pregnancy modifications and are a great workout. On days i didn't do that and now, I do light weights, cardio, core, etc. On days i don't feel like working out, i will at least wander around a store for an hr or two. I think it has helped my pregnancy go by super easy and kept my energy up.
362249 tn?1441315018 or there some other exercise that i need to be doing for that particular area? Will these also help my thighs and glutes? I notice that too i need my thighs tones and my behind is big so its making a lil bit too much fat lol!!
483733 tn?1326798446 Before my surgery (for a 10 cm cyst) I did exercise but easy things like the treadmill and upper body weights. I was a bit more careful at work when lifting and bending. Avoided lifting and twisting as much as possible. It's not good for the back any way. I didn't do yoga during that time. Too much squishing and twisting to be comfortable.
Avatar f tn Walking, swimming, yoga, bike riding........
Avatar f tn What kind of excercising are okay to do during pregnancy? Any moms exercise during there whole pregnancy?
Avatar n tn There's walking, bike riding and pregnancy yoga. All are safe to do. I've recently started going on 30 minute walks a few times a week.
Avatar f tn Can you ride on a stationary bike while pregnant? I know you can do moderate exercise and I know that regular biking is out of the question because of all the bumps and jostling. But I would think stationary bike would be fine? I want to keep my thighs toned (NOT trying to lose weight but just stay healthy and in shape). Any thoughts?
Avatar f tn m now hoping everything is ok but I want to do some exercise to try and tone up a little I know you can use a stationary bike but has any one used a cross trainer at a steady pace?
Avatar m tn NASA studied patients with dysautonomia when they came up with the exercise program for astronauts because our symptoms mimic what it is like to go in weightless space. They recommend using a rowing type exercise or one of those low slung type bikes and mixing in resistance exercises. The main idea is to do these sitting not standing. As I remember they mention aerobics but since my heart rate doesn't rise (PAF) I haven't figured out how I would do that.
Avatar m tn In November, I noticed that I seemed to be leaning forward as I started to run. Over the next few months, and my glutes and abdominals started to fire pulling me downward and forward. By march, I had to stop running and I now have difficulty walking any distance. If I am standing I have to struggle to remain upright. This only bothers me when I am vertical. I can ride a recumbent bike, I can lift, I can even play golf.