Our expert says:
This is a really tough problem to solve. Genes are mainly responsible for where we store fat, and so even when you have very little weight to lose (as is the case for you, at a BMI of 18.5), we still have those stubborn areas.
Now, we know that "spot reduction" doesn't work - you can't target an area and do a million exercises for it to lose weight there. So that's not that answer. The answer, is cardio training, which burns fat. So you're already doing that, but maybe what's needed is a little more high intensity training. When you cycling, try intervals where you ride harder for say a minute and then slow for say 2 minutes. That increase often helps with that last stubborn area.
So that would be my advice - higher intensity cardio, two or three days a week.
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