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Hi im 14,Asian, 49.9 kg (110 pounds ?) about 150-155 cm tall. im not necessary fat but all my fat seems to be stored at my stomach.. im not allowed to go outside to do any sports so is a exercise I could do at home?
Hi Lae, there are many exercises you can do at home, and some require no equipment. Take a look at these pages:
How To Get Fit At Home In 20 Minutes
Home Workouts – Get Fit and Lose Weight at Home
Circuit Training Workouts
There are other pages in the fitness section that provide workouts you can do at home. The key is to get started and then build up your fitness over time by increasing the number of exercises / time you exercise.
I want to lose weight
hi,i am a female aged 22.weight-52kg.i have been doing stretching exercises n yoga from past one year.i have started consuming protein powder and a lot of protein rich food to meet my daily proteon requirement of 120lbs.i am thin too.is the consumption of protein powder going to help me gain atleast an inch and some muscles too??/
Hi Priya, only if you combine protein with more resistance training / weight lifting. Take a look at the strength section and also our article on protein in the diet section.