Lose Fat in Problem Areas?

Now, don't get me wrong. I love my body type. I am a sort of cross between an hourglass and an inverted triangle, in that my shoulders are broader than my hips, but I am quite voluptuous just about everywhere else. I get in about 7.5 hours of extracurricular cardio in per week, during which I am constantly huffing and puffing. But I still have been unable to lose those extra bits of flubber in my problem areas: thighs, butt, and stomach. If you might have any suggestions for exercises, diet programs (or just what to avoid eating), or even types of clothes to wear, I will love you forever.
Asked Nov 04, 2013
Edited Nov 04, 2013
Some people have problems losing weight because their genes simply wont let them. I just answered a similar question a few minutes ago, so I will give you that answer:

Balanced diet is the best solution. If you try to cut straight over to a completely healthy diet your body is going to complain about the change..a lot. The best thing you can do is limit what you know isn't helping. Fast food, red meat, oily food, etc. You don't necessarily have to eliminate them from your diet, but you have to limit them a lot. It's actually healthier to have a balanced diet with a little bit of your normal foods and a lot of the healthier options. As ishk said, water and exercise are very good to help you lose some weight.
Answered Nov 04, 2013

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