||[Apr. 19th, 2006|08:09 am]
The Question Club
|||||Great Big Sea - 'Irish Paddy'||]|
For the past two months, I've been biking 10 miles, 5 days a week. Before then, I was active, in the sense that my previous job required lots of upper body movement, and climbing stairs 20-30 times a day, but I didn't try to exercise outside of work.
Before I started biking, I weighed 115 pounds; now I weigh 125. My calves and the outside of my thighs are devolping (firm to the touch; one can see the muscle), but my inner thighs remain on the flabby side.
1. What exercies can I do to develop my inner thigh muscles?
2. Most of my day's meals include two bowls of cereal; a tortilla, cooked chicken breast, and green peppers or sprouts; snack bag of Doritos; and a dinner of more chicken or the occasional broiled or roasted red meat. Is this a healthy diet? I've noticed I've been eating more than I had in the past, but is this diet contributing to my inner thigh flab or weight gain?
3. Does anyone else have the same problem I do when buying shorts or jeans? My waist is on the small side, but anything that fits my waist won't fit my thighs or calves because of the muscle. If so, where do you find jeans that accomodate a small (28") waist and larger thighs and calves?