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Once you hit a healthy weight range it can get hard!
Personally, I like to focus on body recomp at that point (less on the scale and more on how I look).
What kind of cardio are you doing!? Constant Pace Cardio+Calorie Restrictions is not a good mix (in my experience). HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training) max 25m/day and not everyday is probably the best way. The easiest would be 30 second sprint 30 sec rest/walk for 20-25 min. Work your way there example 20 sec sprint 40 rest/walk etc. What kind of Aesthetic are you looking for? Look at picture of marathon runners who are cardio junkie vs a picture of gymshark models who are focus on lifting heavy... That will help you pick your main focus. Not saying you shouldn't do both but spend a majority of your time on the right type! Personally, my pick is the gymshark models look so I go for lifting heavy with glutes focus (which also magically helps the core as well).
If you pick lifting as your main focus, you should check out Strong Curves by Brett Contreras, it's a really good one!
Good luck and don't get discouraged if you continue the gym+keto would probably end up looking freaking amazing faster than you think (I mean you already look good, but you know what I mean)! KCKO
This workout plan and accompanying book. It puts a lot of emphasis on correct form and building strength, not just looking good, so it's different to a lot of other female-focussed workout plans. I really like it and the reviews are awesome!
You can get the e-book for $6.5 on Amazon
Will be cheaper than any shipping
You can get the kindle version of the book on amazon for $9.99, and read it on your phone/tablet
The Kindle version!
You've received some great suggestions already but this is a program that's always recommended for aesthetics, building a booty in particular: Strong Curves
> Strong Curves
There is a sample avilable to download from this page
I just started and I am following the program suggested by r/xxfitness called strong curves [link] .
Not ugly. So you want curves? and /r/xxfitness
Stop plucking your middle brows They're too far apart. Let them fill back in a bit. (On second thought it might be the angles of the photos... They just seem a few mm too far apart. Just a little)
Go to /r/skincareaddiction or /r/asianbeauty
Most of us feel better and look better with some makeup. If you're really thinking you have wrinkles and bags then you should probably find a therapist and invest some time and effort into loving yourself. You deserve to love your body
>world-renowned gluteal expert
I've heard a lot of people talk about Strong Curves. My wife just got this book and she likes it. /r/xxfitness also has good things to say about it.
Takes me about 25-30 minutes - I'm just finishing the 4th week of the Best Butt Bodyweight/At Home Workout. Here's the template to all of the workouts.
Here's a link to the book (but you can always google the exercises from the template that you aren't familiar with).