I would make sure to strength train as you keep losing weight. Do this in addition to cardio.
3/21/10 12:50 P
Genetics and age have a lot to do with excess skin. The older you are, the less likely it is to "bounce back". Losing weight slowly gives your skin the best chance of returning to normal, but the more you have to lose, the harder it is for the skin to completely return to its original shape.
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395 3/21/10 10:46 A
My starting weight was 333 on March 8 of this year and my goal is to lose 100 lbs in a year. I am very scared about excess saggy skin... What are the things I need to know?
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