Set aside 30 to 60 minutes per day for a cardiovascular workout and 30 minutes per day for strength training for at least five days a week to tone your body. For best results, focus on losing extra flab for the first week, and work on toning your body the second week.
- Participate in kickboxing
Lose weight from your thighs and rear by kickboxing. When kickboxing, keep your fists tight and your wrists in line with the rest of your arm as you punch at shoulder height. When you kick, look forward, rotate your hips and pivot. Repeat the punches and kicks 20 times each.
- Do push-ups
Lie on the floor on your stomach, and raise yourself up onto your toes. Your elbows should be at a 90-degree angle. Keep your body as straight as possible so your back does not arch or sag. Contract your abs and pull your belly button in before you lower yourself. Inhale as you bend your elbows. Your nose should nearly touch the ground before you exhale and push yourself back up.
- Run in intervals
Start your run by alternating running and walking time for a period of 10 minutes. For every minute you walk, run quickly for 30 seconds. Gradually increase the length of time you run and decrease the amount of time spent walking. After a few days, you should be able to spend 20-30 minutes running instead of 10.