It will depend on how much fat you have on your body now. I have trained a figure competitor who was the same height as you and competed on stage at 57kg @ 8% body fat. You may have more muscle mass or less than her. That's why I said it all depends on your condition right now and your goal. You must be remember that you must keep as much muscle mass as possible and just lose fat. To do this you must combine weight training with low to moderate cardio exercise but importantly have a specific nutrition plan. You must eat low GI carbs, high protein and low fat. Your diet is the most crucial thing, and up you must be committed to eating a plan 24/7. Depending on your training background, but you could try this. Walk in the morning before breakfast, with a heart rate of around 115bpm. Weight training in a split fashion of at least 3 times per week. Make sure your reps are high and you rest between sets are no longer than a minute. You must eat every 3 hours without missing a meal. Eat most of your carbs in the morning and lean them off from afternoon to dinner. Make sure to have lowGI CARBS with protein and green veg. Only green veg at night. I hope that helps but a more specific measurement of the body will help and then a specific diet can be worked out. If you want more information, email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
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