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... A few weeks ago I started running again. I've always done some sort of exercise so I wouldn't consider myself out of shape but my endurance when I'm running is weak. I can run about 1.5 miles and then need to take a walking break. So I usually run intervals and run 4 miles 4 days a week. ... (5 replies)
... Do not measure your progress solely by weight or BMI. If you exercise, you may gain muscle, which would cause your weight to increase, or mask the effects of fat loss if you just look at the scale. But muscle gain is healthy, so you should not avoid it. ... (6 replies)
... to start. try to do it 4 days a week if possible and ALWAYS make sure you take off at least two days per week to rest. in addition, try not to take off more than two days in a row if possible. ... (4 replies)

... The best way to start is to keep it at attainable goals. I started doing intervals. Say 30 minute session, 2 minutes brisk walk, 1 minute run, repeat for 30 min. ... (6 replies)
... HIIT won't really improve your endurance. It builds some muscle, but HIIT it training your body to go very hard for short periods of time. If you were training to be a sprinter, this would be good, but to increase endurance, it's not the best way to go. ... (6 replies)
... You can complete a 6 mile run NOW, this very instant. Just remember, you don't always have to run fast. ... (5 replies)
... There is a ton of literature to indicate that an aerobically trained muscle burns more fat at any given muscle load. If you want to burn more fat, increase the mitochondria in your muscle and this is accomplished through aerobic exercise. ... (11 replies)
... hydroxycut was originally formulated for people looking to bulk up and then tone. ... (0 replies)
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May 11, 2003
... minutes of straight ab work! There's so many ways to vary your ab work and hit a different region while another one 'rests', you can easily do any large duration of straight ab work, and I was sweating my ass off. ... (14 replies)
... ge in the context of cardiology research. If there is a limitation of cardiac function then certain demands placed upon that same tissue is directly proportional to heart functioning. End of story and I will NOT argue this since it is an understood principle of cardiology. ... (11 replies)
... first i'm going to assume you're a woman by the name. Don't worry about getting bulky, you wont! Also, lifting weights doesn't magically make muscle appear, fat reduction does. ... (27 replies)
... ained, more regular, aerobic exercise. There is also evidence that kicking the system up into high intensity mode, even for short spurts, is more likely to lead to increased metabolic calorie burn for more hours after the exercise than longer, less intense exercise, even if the total quantity of the latter is much greater. ... (2 replies)
... B you might consider increase lean body mass index and muscular metabolism. ... (11 replies)

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