>>35642405 wow that's a grossly naive and stupid response that really assumes a lot from the OP
having loose skin after massive weight loss is mostly dependent on your genetics and the way you personally distribute fat, if you distribute most of your fat in your tits then you're probably going to have flabby tits compared to the guy who distributes his fat equally across his body
>>35642457 OP here this is precisely my problem. I am completely underweight for my height and my stomach, legs/arms/lower back are all thin but I still got some fatty sides around the chest area and back, it's not anything too noticeable but it's definitely enough to make me feel like I'm not really "thin" and unhealthy. I also have a shit back so i want to avoid weights, I just want to be slim evenly.
>>35642511 20-25 miles a week and keep increasing it every week or every other week.
Core is really important so I'd recommend 200-400 abs a day. (1 situp = 1 ab. Do a few kinds of exercises for 50 reps each, like bicycles, oblique crunches, russian twists). Another alternative is called a big 13 or big 14 or whatever number, but dont go below 13. What you do is 13 pushups, 13 situps, 12 pushups, 12 situps, etc until you get to zero.
Eat clean, run/jog/walk/bike, pushups, pull-ups, get a couple of 25-40lb Dumbbells and you can make yourself pretty tight. You want be fit standard "strong" but you'll have a ton of endurance and if you train to be explosive you'll be fast. Also some say speed = strength so there's that too.
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