I recently went back to my home country and I fear I might "lose" what I gained during my year abroad.
I'm female, 20, 5'1, 97-100lbs. When I was in Kyoto as an exchange student, I had to cycle to university everyday, 5 days a week for 30 weeks (15 weeks per semester). That's 6.8 miles / around 10km back and forth everyday, and the road would go uphill on the way to uni. Then I'd grab a drink (usually milk coffee, I skip breakfast otherwise) and climb 4 stairs to class. < the whole thing lasts 35 minutes.
I won't have these habits anymore now, mainly because I have to take the subway to get to uni. So how can I keep my "tone" legs?
I'm a very bad runner and it's not that safe to run where I live, but my dad bought a treadmill. Cycling isn't an option either, for the same reasons. I also would like to build up some strength (no muscles in my arms whatsoever). About my diet: I'm not a big fan of fruits but I love vegetables, I love baking but haven't baked anything in months (lack of time), and being Asian (and still living w/ my parents), I usually eat rice, vegetables, and meat for each meal. Thanks for your tips!