Do you mean your body fat percentage? Because if you're losing weight your body mass is decreasing.
If you mean body fat percentage then you should start a strength training routine. As you lose weight, not only do you lose fat but lean muscle and tissue. Strength training will help you to maintain lean muscle while losing weight so you don't have a high body fat percentage at a low weight.
You should start a full body strength training program, approximately 2-3x a week with 48 hour rest periods so the muscles you work have a chance to heal. You need to work the muscle to exhaustion (where you cannot perform another rep in good form) each set in 8-15 reps. If you can complete more than that, you need a more challenging weight/resistence/exercise. Perform 2-3 sets of each exercise. If you go to your fitness tracker, in the box where you add exercises it will say "workout generator" in red. Click that and it will help you develop a workout routine.
You should be eating clean, whole foods and limiting your intake of processed/refined foods. A healthy balanced of complex carbs, healthy fats and lean protein. Do not create a calorie deficit larger than 2 lbs a week. If you are consistently losing more than 2 lbs a week, you need to eat more. Make sure you manually enter how many calories you burn per week into your "fitness setup" so Spark will adjust your calorie range to reflect that goal. Also, make sure you have your weight loss goal set up to lose no more than 2 lbs/week.
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"Toning" is marketing muscles to women who are afraid if they pick up a barbell, they'll leave the gym looking like She-Hulk. If you don't want to get bulky, lift heavy!
I can bench Nicole Richie, eat more than she does in a day before noon, I have a good 20 lbs on her but could still wear her pants.
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