Men and women are physically different in many ways. Our bodies are structured differently — men have more muscle and women have more fat. This is just a simple fact.
Because of the differences in body structure, it is important that each gender perform exercises during a regular workout that are good for their particular body structure. And even within the sexes, every person shouldn’t be doing the same exercises. You don’t need to work on your thighs in every workout just because your sister needs to. She might have a problem with fat gathering on her thighs while your problem spot is your stomach.
Here’s a tip: Drink lots of water, regardless of your sex. Water helps flush out toxins and impurities and cleanses your body through the passing of urine. It flushes the kidneys, refreshes the body, and restores energy. Ever heard of kidney stones? You don’t want them. They are painful and always take a long time to pass. Avoid them by drinking the recommended daily allowance of water —8 eight-ounce glasses.
Do some research on your own to find any specific exercises that will help you with the areas you are concerned about. There are gender-specific and neutral exercises that you can use to strengthen specific muscles and eliminate extra fat cells in your body.