Our expert says:
To calculate your BMI you multiply your height in metres by your height in metres (1,53 x 1,53 = 2,34). Then divide your weight in kg (67) by the 2,34, thus 67/2,34 = 28,6. This BMI is in the overweight range (i.e. above 25) and to get back into the normal range with a BMI of about 24 you would need to weigh 56 kg, which means losing 11 kg. If you do lose this amount of weight and get back to a normal weight your thighs and buttocks will definitely also shrink. Check out the energy-reduced, low-fat, high-fibre slimming diet on this Website (click on 'Diet' at the top of this page, 'Weight loss', ‘Balanced diet’ and then on 'Slimming Diet' for a copy of such a diet). It is excellent that you are increasing your energy output by doing regular exercise with the jogging because this will help with the weightloss and also stimulate your metabolism. Ask Fitness Doc on this Website for a set of exercises that you can do to target your thighs and buttocks so that you firm them up additionally.
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