Im a lean almost 19 year old woman, 112 pounds, 5 ft 2 in, and I have been trying to tone my abs, back, arms, and legs. I use the eliptical whenever I have some spare time at my university, but with all of my classes and stuff, working out can be hard sometimes. As with all girls my age, I want a decently fit beach body, aside from being skinny. I eat relatively healthy, and I've been trying to cut soda out of my diet along with some other junk food I tend to splurge with. Basically, i just need help creating a somewhat easy workout (I'm a noob and tend to feel uncomfortable asking people for help in the weightroom, hence why I usually stick to the eliptical and bike) that will only take 20-45 mins 2-3 times a week. I have access to medicine balls, dumb bells, and the other basic equipment you find in a gym. Thanks.
This is a good program to start and don't be ashamed to ask someone in the gym for advice! You'll be surprised how helpful other gym members are.
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