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Which Part of Your Body Do You Work the Most?

When working out, you might prefer to focus on toning a certain part of your body. Maybe you want to strengthen your upper body because you're in a wedding this Summer and want to look good in your strapless dress. Or maybe you want to tone your core because it's the only thing that prevents you from having lower back pain. Then again, you may be more into toning your lower body because you're trying to increase your speed for an upcoming race.

Whatever your reason, I want to know . . .


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keiraz keiraz 9 years
lower, haha, most ppl too! :-D
Dublin62505 Dublin62505 9 years
I do push-pull-butt & legs weight training 3x's a week w/ a trainer. I work my abs just about everyday as they are a smaller muscle. My butt and legs I work 2-3x's a week as I am trying to obtain an nice apple butt. HIIT cardio 4-5x's a week.
Allyson-N-Jason Allyson-N-Jason 9 years
When working out, I concentrate on working all parts of my body. I like to get a balanced workout throughout the week. I just make sure to keep my weight in control because I have what you would call an hour glass shape, but I am very very busty. The more weight I carry or gain, the bustier I get. Some women gain weight and their chest remains reasonably the same size. Not me. So I concentrate on strengthening my back (especially lower) and my abdominal muscles but again I really like to just work all body parts out. My favorite forms of exercise are walking (strenuous quick walking) around a local park, scenic area in the neighborhood and the beach (sand really adds more resistance to stepping/treading). I also enjoy kickboxing classes, the elliptical bike and stair climbing machine, tennis and hiking and trailing. When it comes to hiking, I prefer safe scenic paths with alternating and reasonably challenging inclines but nothing involving mountain climbing or areas that are way too steep and rocky.
aliceknitting aliceknitting 9 years
I have just started working out regularly within the past month, and I try to focus a little bit on everything...
juliarose23 juliarose23 9 years
i feel immediately better with a flat stomach.
bealotus bealotus 9 years
Everything! But I try to incorporate cardio in everything I do. Jumping squats, jumping lunges,etc.
Spectra Spectra 9 years
I don't specifically work my legs because they get enough work from my running, jumping rope, and elliptical machine. I focus a LOT on my core though, mostly because it's the only real trouble spot I have.
luvs2gossip luvs2gossip 9 years
Legs and abs! I like my legs! My abs need a lot of work!
mdjaeda mdjaeda 9 years
Cardio and yoga. I don't target anywhere specific.
eclecticFLgirl eclecticFLgirl 9 years
I work them all, but especially my legs.
staticnoise staticnoise 9 years
i work every body part, but when it comes to a mere strength training i do more exercises for my upper body, mainly because i do specific exercises for isolated musclegroups which turns out to be more in this area. i don't do a lot weight training for my lower body, because most of the cardio stuff works them as well hard enough (running, skating, biking).
teacherturtle1 teacherturtle1 9 years
all i want for christmas is an elliptical trainer :p
rpenner rpenner 9 years
All three pretty equally for me. Probably legs the least though
Francoisehardly Francoisehardly 9 years
Everything. Why would I want to work on only one area.?
AMP AMP 9 years
all. but i wish i could quit working my legs at all, they are so muscular! but that would be hard to do since all cardio involves my legs!
GlowingMoon GlowingMoon 9 years
All three areas. In my opinion, it shows. :)
Anabellatc Anabellatc 9 years
I usually work more on my lower body...although i try to do a lil bit of everything! But i want defined legs and abs do need more attention!
bluesarahlou bluesarahlou 9 years
I work my brain the most ;)
cvandoorn cvandoorn 9 years
Definitely lower body with all the running and cycling I do. I try to strength train a few times a week, where I work out my whole body.
wiggle wiggle 9 years
Got to save my bottom from the affects of gravity!
saritabonita saritabonita 9 years
i run and work on my abs alot. and arms sometimes... i move them alot when i walk (exercise) ajaaj that should be enough..
latent latent 9 years
All three pretty equally for me, simply because of the way my routine varies daily. Though, my butt and legs have been getting a boost lately. :)
javsmav javsmav 9 years
When I do strength training, I work all 3 pretty equally. But then I run and take spinning classes, so overall I work out my lower body the most.
mondaymoos mondaymoos 9 years
I tend not to do strength training for my legs and let the running and swimming take care of those. I do a lot of upper-body exercises with weights though. And I agree with ROSITA... I know I should be working more core more often but it's soooooo borrrrrinnnnngggg
Puzzle2397 Puzzle2397 9 years
I do not come from a naturally athletic stock of people, that's for sure. My genes have given me ZERO natural upper body strength. My core doesn't seem to be all that naturally strong, either. Combine all this with the fact that I like to bike, and my legs are my favorite part of my body, and the lower half of me wins in getting the most attention.
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