Our expert says:
You really are very lightweight - your BMI works out at 16.6, and so certainly weight is not a problem as you point out. However, what you are finding now is that fat tends to gather at specific sites, and the solution to this is cardiovascular workouts - you should be walking, jogging, cycling etc. 5 days a week and for 30 to 45 minutes eachy time. This will help get rid of fat mass.
Also, because you are so light, you probably have a fairly low muscle mass, which means that doing some resistance training, and actually increasing your lean muscle mass, will help you because it reduces the appearance of fat, and it also increases your metabolic rate so you can keep the weight off.
For some exercises, Check out the following programme on the Health 24 site.
Go to "Fitness" and then click on "Shape up". Here you will find a number of different programmes, including one for walking, another for running 10 km, and a cycling one. You can choose which you prefer. These programmes contain both cardiovascular (good for weight loss) and resistance training (for toning the muscles) and so are good overall complete programmes.
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