Your Body Type, Your Workout!


I have listed all the body types as well as a few tips for some who need extra help. Dr. Oz has some great tips on different body types and things they need. I added what he said as well for you to read. Also I posted products Dr. Oz was talking about that I think are just awesome.
Yes, I know, I listed all the body types on this page with all the extras but hey, who’s to say you won’t find out something that could help a friend or family member. ;)

The “A Frame”

If you carry extra weight in mainly hips, thighs and buttocks, while your waist and bust are small.

Upper Body:  repetitions 6-8 range.
Lower Body: repetitions 10-15 range.

“Body Type: Big Bottom
Two-thirds of women have this body shape, the gynaeoid, more commonly known as big bottomed. Studies show that having a big behind is not as dangerous as having belly fat, and may even protect you against deadly illnesses like diabetes and cardiovascular disease. However, your bottom is the first place you gain weight and the toughest area to trim down because your body wants to store this fat as energy.

If you have a large bottom, your diet should be high in complex carbs and protein and low in fat. This type of diet makes it harder for your body to store unwanted fat on your behind.

Fat Buster: Red Clover Meal
2 Cups Red Clover Tea
Red clover tea contains isoflavones, which can help regulate estrogen that contributes to fat on your bottom.

These products where posted by Michelle Freeman and not Dr. Oz

Bonus Fat Buster: Firm Seats
Try this nonworkout workout that can raise your basal metabolic rate, the amount of energy your body expends at rest. By sitting on a firm seat, your butt muscles have to work against gravity to create your own cushion, which also stimulates core strength.” – Dr. Oz

Body Type: Big Thighs
Trying to lose fat on your thighs can be very frustrating since the fat on your thighs is not very metabolically active. Those with big thighs, like those with a big behind do best with a low-fat, high-protein diet to help boost their metabolism.

Fat Buster: Liquid Lunch
Make a protein drink with a secret fat-busting ingredient: white kidney bean extract, shown to help prevent carbs from being broken down into sugars and converted into fat in your thighs.

This was posted by Michelle Freeman and not Dr. Oz

Liquid Lunch Protein Drink
Makes 1 serving
1 cup water
1 scoop whey protein isolate powder
1/2 half banana
1/2 cup frozen blackberries or blueberries
1 tsp of white kidney bean extract
1 tsp unsweetened cocoa powder
In a blender, process all ingredients until smooth. Enjoy!” – Dr. Oz

These products were posted by Michelle Freeman and not Dr. Oz

The “V Frame”
If you your shoulders are two or more inches wider than her hips. You have a large bust, narrow hips, and thin legs.

Training -
Upper Body: repetitions 10- 15 range.
Lower Body: repetitions 6-8 range.

“Body Type: Big on Top (Chest, Arms and Back)
Women who are big on top carry fat in their chest, arms and back and are the android type. Upper body fat is dangerous for your heart. Stress and lack of protein makes this problem area worse. However, the right combination of foods can melt away the extra fat.

Fat Buster: L-Carnitine Lunch Tex Mex Salad
Just like big bellies, people who carry weight in their upper body do well on a diet that emphasizes dairy. This salad has a decadent sour cream topping. Pair with 500mg of L-carnitine, which stimulates growth hormone and helps turn on the mechanism that burns off fat in those specific areas. Eat with an orange since vitamin C activates L-carnitine.

Tex Mex Salad
Makes 1 serving
3 cups baby spinach
1/2 cup corn (frozen/defrosted or canned)
1/2 cup black beans
1/4 cup red onions, sliced into half moons
1/4 avocado, cut cross wise into thin slices
1/2 cup salsa
1 tbsp low-fat sour cream

Combine and mix all ingredients except the sour cream in a bowl, then top it off with the sour cream.

500mg L-carnitine and 1 orange

This product was posted by Michelle Freeman and not Dr. Oz

Bonus Fat Buster: Yoga. Do the Downward Dog pose: Get down on your hands and knees and put your bottom toward the sky. Hold yourself up like this as you lift your body up. This pose can help selectively burn fat in the upper bar of your body. Do for two minutes each day.” Dr. Oz

The “H Frame”
If you have an athletic build, but have a large waist and shoulders.

Training -
Upper Body: repetitions 6-8 range.
Lower Body: repetitions 6-8 range.

The Heavy “Ruler”
If your body shape’s measurements of the chest, waist, and hips are fairly equal. If you gain weight every where.

Training -
Upper Body: repetitions 12-15  range.
Lower Body: repetitions 12-15  range.

“Body Type: Big All Over

Fat Buster: Raspberry Ketone Supplement

If you are trying to tackle fat all over or simply want to lose weight, consider raspberry ketone supplements.

This product is posted here by Michelle Freeman not Dr. Oz

Raspberry ketone, a natural compound found in red raspberries, helps your body to burn fat by breaking up fats within your cells. It contains the hormone adiponectin that boosts metabolism. The supplement is recommended because you’d have to eat 90 pounds of raspberries to get the same effect. Take 100mg of raspberry ketone

The “Ruler”
If your body shape’s measurements of the chest, waist, and hips are fairly equal. This lady is lean, has a high metabolism, and doesn’t gain weight very easily.

Training -
Upper Body: repetitions 6-8 range.
Lower Body: repetitions 6-8 range.

The “8 Frame”
If you have proper height and weight for their body. Your bust and hips are the same size, with the waist being 10 inches smaller. You gain evenly and fat evenly.

Training -
Upper Body: repetitions 6-8 range.
Lower Body: repetitions 6-8 range.

The “Oval Frame”
If you are average height or shorter, large busted, have thin legs, and gains weight in the midsection.

Training -
Upper Body: repetitions 6-8 range.
Lower Body: repetitions 6-8 range.

“Body Type: Big Belly
More than 50% of women have excess trunkal fat known as a big belly. Fat stored here is the most dangerous because it increases your risk for diabetes, heart disease and even cancer. By trimming inches from your waistline, you can reduce your risk of diseases by 50%.

Fat Buster: Belly-Busting CLA Breakfast
This belly-blasting muffin is loaded with MUFAS (monounsaturated fats) which reduce inflammation in the body and help decrease fat storage around the stomach. Pair it with the supplement conjugated linoleic acid (CLA), which can turn belly fat cells off so you can’t store fat anymore.

Egg & Cheese Muffin
Makes 1 serving
1 toasted whole grain English muffin
2 tsp olive oil
1/4 ripe avocado
1 slice tomato
1 egg, poached
1 slice Swiss cheese
Freshly ground pepper to taste

Drizzle the English muffin with a little olive oil, then spread 1/4 ripe avocado on it. Top it off with the slice of tomato, Swiss cheese, poached egg and the pepper to taste. Enjoy!

1000mg Conjugated Linoleic Acid (CLA)

This product was posted by Michelle Freeman and not Dr. Oz

Bonus Fat Buster:
Tomato is not only low in calories, but also is a natural diuretic and can help you get rid of belly bloat.” Dr. Oz


Extra Bonus for all body types:

Increased Energy, Fat Loss and Immune System Support

About Michelle M. Freeman

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