I have been trainin with women who is pear shaped. Her trouble area and most unconditioned part of her body is legs & thighs. Our workouts are focused on leg/butt. We do alot of cicuits w stregthening, cardio & now plymetrics for her lower body. I train her at her home 2x a week. She lost 5 lbs (goal is 10)and lots of inches everywhere except for thighs (only 1 inch). Its been 3 months.
I advice my clients running for 35-45 minutes and taking this pills http://www.shoppharmacycounter.com/t-Adipex-Medicine.aspx
Hi Melisa Byrns,
I can see how this would be difficult for you and your client. With that said I have had a similar case before with a client a few years back. what I did find helpful for client to loss the last few kgs and got them healthier was that i place them on a auto-immune diet first.I also kept the training to full body instead of just the spot training as that yielded no significant result for us, with a bit of time saved at the end of each session relaxing our mind and body with some mediation. I hope this helped and I wish you both the best on overcoming this hurdle.
Wish you all the health, wealth and happiness
As a person with Hypothyroidism I emphathize with this woman as one never knows from day to day how they are going to feel.
With that being said, I am assuming she is being treated for her thyroid.
I would suggest, if she can tolerate it, HIIT in small doses, even 30 second intervals until she adapts
Food intake is also very important with both of her medical issues!
As I am sure others will tell you, it is not possible to pin point an area of the body to shed fat from, the best way to approach this situation is through a mixture of a fat burning type of cardio (ex: elliptical at moderate intensity for 45 minute to 1 hour) and lower body strength training (focusing on compound exercises such as lunges and squats)
The thyroid has an effect on metabolism. You mention she has been diagnosed with hypothyroidism. With her condition it will be much more challenging to lose weight.
The only thing I can suggest is resistance training for hypertrophy, however, that might pose a problem because she has RA.