dll6384: Great video. One of the most realistic videos I've seen on this topic. How long did it take you to lose 1 full inch off of your calves? Did it take you 2 years to accomplish that?
shamila k: Thank you somuch for the amazing tips
Joshua Elizabeth: Good day Anita... Im 4'11 and have a big calves... i do walking, jogging and cardio workout. What other exercise i can do to help it become slimmer? Thanks in advance.
Silver Ts: Hello Anita? I have a question. My calves are 12,8 inches and my height is 5,3 feet. And I have no muscles in my legs, and my calves are soft. Do you think my calves are big?
Toph Beifong: I'm 20 and on my teen-ish years I always say that "I'll never get self-conscious" which actually the opposite to what is happening right now. I started to mind my butt so I started the 30-day butt challenge that seems to work but gave me REAL bulky thighs so I stopped. I really can relate to everything you've said (and it quite made me cry) Btw, I do exercise because I can't let go of these unhealthy foods (don't judge me, i cannot live without spaghetti, coffee and gummy bears). Thank you Ms. Anita :) I'd definitely try the juices and read your suggested books. Not quite sure if i could do those yoga moves lol Your son is soooo cute :D
Angel Bishop: This video is so relatable!!! I mean and the explanation of body composition was just what I needed. I watched a video before this and the young lady was naturally skinny. She was doing all these lunge exercises and I kept thinking "these exercises are not making my thighs smaller; I've already tried these..." Anyways, thank you so much for this video. Very useful!
melody lee: Thanks anita! i'll try and reply you again^-^
Anita Goa: @melodylee- check your google+ settings so i can reply directly to you (there is no 'reply' button below your comment). try this workouts. it's very slimming and toning for the thighs: http://youtu.be/JfIQ-r6xX00 :: let me know how it goes. all the best :-)
melody lee: Hi:)it's such a nice video i m worried about my thigh muscle. my calves are slim but it is no use cause of my thigh ..:( If there's good tip for making thigh muscle thinner, Pls help me!!!
Nishel Dennis: What do you call those kind of brushes to scrub your legs??
KI WI: This is the most realistic video I've seen on making legs slimmer. THANK YOU
Sheila dela Cruz: Ahhh I love the way you talk. So calm :) Thanks for these tips!
Minha Park: Hello! Im 18 and i just finished school :) yeey Now i want to loose some weight and get healthier.. I heard the jumping rope is a great way to loose some weight and for the condition, but i'm worried of my calves.. I also saw your second video, and i find out that i have mooooore fat than muscles in my calves. Do jumping rope make my calves appear bigger? I want that slim long legs not muscular legs.
Wendy Nichols: First of all I LOVE NEOM bath oil...will have to look into the body oil. YUM Second: I never thought of measuring my calves (they are muscular) and now I know, 15". To me they've always been strong and it's just part of how I am made up. (Dance classes since early childhood and professional dancer 13 years helped shape them) I am still searching for a dry brush and hope to incorporate that into your tips from this video. As a post-menopausal woman, yoga teacher and practitioner I can say I've tried lots of things to lose this weight I've accumulated and have yet to see one pound shed. I understand the mental aspect of this but cannot seem to let anything go. *yes, I meditate and chant too :-) I've gone all raw. I've done juicing. All for extended periods of time without any difference. It's bizarre, and frustrating to say the least but I'm practicing self acceptance as best as possible. Looking in the mirror and berating myself has gotten me no where. (My inner critic is a pain in the you know what) I am currently (3 months) taking thyroid medicine for hypothyroidism and cholesterol medication. Not happy about either, but at least some answers have come through blood work. I would like to cure this naturally and hope to soon. Since I do not belong to a gym, and really do not want to join would you suggest walking and biking as my cardio? Or...should I really look into that rebounder thingy? I swim lots in the summer...yayyy pool opening soon, but I could definitely use some cardio work. Will admit I'm not good doing this stuff on my own. In need of encouragement. Thanks for this...although I see it is an older video it is still very helpful and I'm glad you shared this knowledge. ~Namaste'~ __/\__
Nor Azean Jazuli: U r so pretty ...
Ky Law: Did ur calves belong to muscular one or fat one before?? I ve got a pair of muscualr calve and fat booty:( And im going to slim them by doing ur yoga and jogging.I really scared of building more muscles on my calves
Ky Law: Where can i buy the brush that u hv??
angelf float: I have 16 inches calves and they are very hard : ( please advice me anita , would it help if i do more stretches ?
ZhuravlikN: Thank you Anita! Love your videos!
Haya B.: Anita, I'm very grateful for all the tips you've shared in this video; thank you. I especially liked the tip about the Rebounder, because that's new to me. I have a dry body brush but have not begun using it. Also, I have a juicer and will begin making green juices EVERY morning. Thanks for the reminders :) I have a question though, could I use sea salt instead of epsom salt?