Look Great Naked: The Secrets
Typically, the biggest complaint from women is the trifecta of trouble spots -- the abs, butt and thighs. Obviously, it is a sentiment further supported by Fitness magazine's recent findings. In an exclusive interview with MyDailyMoment,com, the fitness guru explains that although women are genetically predisposed to store most of the junk in their trunks, there is no need to run for cover. A tight, toned body can be attained through proper diet and regimented exercise.
Schoenfeld tells MyDailyMoment.com, "Women should remember that anyone can significantly improve their appearance if they're willing to put in the dedication and effort. You cannot change your genetics, but within your genetic framework, everyone can have a terrific body."
One thing that women can't count on to get slim and trim is spot training. Schoenfeld is quick to point out that trying to spot reduce fat is an exercise in futility. Although targeted exercises can help firm up an area, they are not effective in directly zapping fat in a specific region. Schoenfeld suggests a careful balance between eating right and getting physical to achieve a fit physique. It doesn't take a rocket scientist to figure out that a one-two punch of less calories and more exercise is the formula for success.