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... The best way to burn fat when running is by doing intervals. When you keep your heart rate down you're burning fat as opposed to working in the cardio training zone. To give you an idea, I usually run 4 or so miles 4 times a week and I will run for .8 and then jog or walk fast for . ... (1 replies)
... After realizing that not eating was the stupid route to weight loss, I decided to go about it in a new way. I started to eat more protein and resumed my healthy eating habits with little fat and no more than 25 grams of sugar. ... (1 replies)
... and flyes. For the back you have rows, pullups, pull downs, and pullovers. For abs, crunches, twists, bicycles, and leg lifts. Note that I'm just giving you several options for exercises to use, not that you should try to do them all in one workout. Make sure you don't neglect your legs. ... (15 replies)

... I would definitely recommend cardio before breakfast for anyone trying to burn fat. It really cranks up your metabolism at the start of the day. ... (15 replies)
... Frustrated35 how long do you work out for? ... (33 replies)
... I can't even constantly run a mile... I've gotta walk some. How long do you think it would take to work up to a 5 mile constant run? ... (21 replies)
... So far my reasons have been because I can't afford to go to the gym at the moment, and trying to figure out a routine at home by myself seems like a real headache. ... (5 replies)
... muscle under exercise and calorie deficit conditions intended to reduce fat. Note that in the absence of equipment, there are also body weight exercises that you can do like pushups, pullups, etc. ... (2 replies)
... If you run outdoors, try to find a track or walking trails. Running on pavement is a lot harder on your body. If you run a treadmill, find one that as a soft deck. ... (7 replies)
Cardio questions
May 2, 2006
... The way your fat moves has absolutely no effect on the fat being burned. ... (4 replies)
... Yeah, you can do it. ... (12 replies)
... thanks so much Naxis! i really really appreciate this. you have no idea! ... (8 replies)
... It's still underweight for that height and if it requires a ton of cardio to maintain, it's not healthy. And if you plan to gain any lean muscle, that will add to your overall weight, even though it will not increase your bulk or fluff. ... (8 replies)
Running and eating
Oct 22, 2004
... You should start running 4 to 5 days a week half an hour at least to make it count!!!!It should be in the morning before breakfast.Take it from me, a veteran runner!! ... (3 replies)
... lbs for the week. My gripe is that i've trained EXTREMELY hard from Monday thru to Friday and i'm on a low carb 1500Kcal a day diet AND i'm 6'3 and have 100lbs to lose. ... (7 replies)
... Hypertrophy or hyperplasia are most brought on by which fiber you are trying to gain. ... (27 replies)
... Ok...This is not conflicting. This is part of the reason that fat burning and mass building are generally done in seperate cycles. If you are primarily trying to lose fat, then your weight training is maintenance only. ... (21 replies)
... If you have the option, do your cardio on your "off" days. ... (3 replies)
... My stomach isnt immense but its not flat. Its "pudgy" and i was wondering how i can make that go away? ... (1 replies)
... EVERYONE should be lifting some weight. Strength training is invaluable. Helps in every way. If you have lost weight and youre running a lot, perhaps youre eating too many carbs or too many calories altogether. ... (1 replies)

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