Every since 9th grade, i stay at 125 or 126. Im starting to run alittle bit or get started.. But,i do more of toning exercises and i stay on my diet. but i want to be 115.. How do i get their? I have done these toning exercises ever since july. And i know the scale shows my muscle, cuz im a big boned girl.. Such as my legs. I just want,to know how to lose weight.
You haven't said anything about what you do and don't eat.
Toning exercises build muscle, and that raises your metabolism so you'll burn more calories at rest than you would if your body was less lean. But continuing to build muscle also adds weight. You should be able to gradually bring your weight down 10 pounds while staying as lean as you are now, by persistently maintaining the right balance of toning exercise, aerobic exercise (like running), and proper diet.
On the other hand, how tall are you? 125 sounds like it may be a perfectly reasonable, healthy weight for you, unless you are quite short.
losing weight and gaining muscle is contradictory
You lose weight by reducing your daily calorie intake, it is scientifically proven its not about what you eat but how many calories it contains
while muscle building requires energy and thus requires you to eat more to sustain the energy lost during exercise
you may have lost fat but gained muscle and you should know 1 KG of fat is double the mass in size of 1KG of muscle so really you have to stop exercising if you want to drop to 115 because the more you tone the more weight you will gain
I'm no authority on such things but I do have common sense.
Exercise and proper diet are always a good idea, but keep in mind young lady that at the age of 15, you are still growing into a woman for a while yet.
I'm sure everything is gonna work out just fine for ya, just take good care of yourself as you grow up and then go from there.
Everyone is just alittle different that's the way life is created. If everyone was the same we would be so bored so no need to compare yourself to others.
By the simplest commonly used measure, BMI (body mass index), that puts you a bit above average, but definitely within the healthy range of weights for someone of your age, sex, and height. So you probably don't need to lose weight in order to be healthy. If you focus on developing and maintaining healthy habits of nutrition and exercise (and a positive self-image!), your body will find its own appropriate level on the scales.
well if your doing toning exercises your not going to lose much weight because the fat is just gonna get turned straight into muscle. if you want to lose weight watch what you eat(get rid of junk food) and run more
I would love to weigh as much as you do! I way 155+ and can't lose weight worth the poop! Be lucky with the body you have, because some people may wish they had it..
This should help.