How can I reduce my arm and my tummy without it affecting my stature especially my hips and my bust?
I am a lady with a beautiful stature though I am on the big side. I only have issues with my arm and my tummy. The rest of my body is fine. I would like to know how I can reduce my arm and my tummy without it affecting my stature especially my hips and my bust.
Please, how can you help? I am willing to do whatever it takes.
I honestly love your self-esteem it is extra perfect with a little sauce. Thank you so much for reaching out. It is a huge privilege.
So straight to your question: How can you reduce your arm and tummy without it affecting your stature?
I was super excited when you said you were willing to do whatever it takes and as you know, this includes sacrifice.
So I will be very honest with you, there is no way you would be able to trim down your arms and your tummy without losing a little weight. I know you love your stature, trust me it will still be there but you need to stay fit and healthy.
So let’s do this; let’s check if your weight is putting your health at risk. This is usually measured using your waist-hip ratio.
The Waist-hip ratio or waist-to-hip ratio (WHR) is the dimensionless ratio of the circumference of the waist to that of the hips. This is calculated as waist measurement divided by hip measurement (W ÷ H). For example, a person with a 30″ (76 cm) waist circumference and 38″ (97 cm) hip circumference will have a waist-hip ratio of about 0.78.
The waist-to-hip ratio has been used as an indicator or measure of health, and the risk of developing serious health conditions. WHR correlates with fertility (with different optimal values in males and females).
How to calculate your waist-to-hip ratio
You can figure out your WHR on your own, or your doctor can do it for you.
- Stand up straight and breathe out. Use a tape measure to check the distance around the smallest part of your waist, just above your belly button. This is your waist circumference.
- Then measure the distance around the largest part of your hips — the widest part of your buttocks. This is your hip circumference.
- Calculate your WHR by dividing your waist circumference by your hip circumference.
In both men and women, a WHR of 1.0 or higher increases the risk of heart disease and other conditions that are linked to being overweight.
Waist-to-hip ratio chart
|Low||0.80 or lower||0.95 or lower|
|High||0.86 or higher||1.0 or higher|
Exercise: This is very important, remember Nutrition is king, exercise is queen, you put them together and you have got a Kingdom. The Kingdom is the perfect body shape.
When you have gotten the perfect stature you want. My dear relax, have fun and enjoy your body.
I hope this helped.
Hope to hear from you soon.