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I have reached my weight goal. I have a BMI of 21. I think this is something I can maintain without too much trouble.<br><br>
My body shape is pretty close to what I want it to be and to what I think is reasonably acheivable. But I do have a couple of jiggly spots I'd like to get rid of. I'd kind of like to reduce my, um, saddlebag area. Is this something I can reasonably hope to reduce with weights and exercise? Or do I need to lose more weight?<br><br>
I'm not sure I'm willing to put in the work to lose more weight. I really don't want to feel like I am constantly chasing those last couple of pounds.<br><br>
How do you decide enough is enough? Should I just ignore my wobbly bits and focus on health? What do you do?
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Thanks for responding. I weight train only once or twice a week, and usually focus on upper body. I'll try ti throw in some lower body, too. I'm trying to find the right balance between having the guts to try and improve myself, and having the self-confidence to be happy with where I am.
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