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Will targeted workouts actually tone up flabby areas with exercise? It’s a question most of us have asked. The odds are that we’ve asked it more than once. With all the workouts online that promise to be able to shrink your middle, butt or thighs, it’s easy to think that certain movements are all you need to zap those problem zones.
The key to knowing if you can tone up flabby areas with exercise is to understand the difference between toning muscle and burning fat. There is a very large difference between the two and they are often confused for one another.
To answer the question simply: yes, you can tone up flabby areas with exercise. However, that doesn’t necessarily mean that you can use a targeted movement to burn fat in one specific part of your body. Unfortunately, that’s not how it works.
Ever been curious about how your body changes with regular exercise? What if you were to discover that the only reaction is not fat burning. More interested yet? Because the truth of the matter is that regular physical activity produces a tremendous spectrum of physical, mental and emotional benefits.
How your body changes with regular exercise goes far beyond building some muscle or slimming down your middle. Believe it or not, if you are typically sedentary and all you do is add a brisk walk to most days of your week, you’ll experience changes right down to the cells of your body. Your brain patterns will change. You’ll be at a lower risk of a huge list of diseases, including type 2 diabetes and even some cancers. The longer you keep up the activity, the better and broader the benefits.