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... Hi, I prefer to work out everyday.......upper body and crunches every other day and lower body and crunches everyday. Crunches I can do all day and squats kill me but to each his own. For you, maybe 45 minutes once a day may be a good goal for you. ... (1 replies)
... Hi I was just wondering if it is better to do a ton of exercise at one time a few times a week or if it is better to do a little exercise every single day. ... (1 replies)
... Just wondering how often I should do crunches/push ups/squats... Seems I've heard not every day in order to give your muscles room to breathe or something. I'm trying to slim down a bit--maybe 10-20 pounds. So I'm working on my eating habits and beefing up my exercize routine. I usually walk on the treadmill 3 times/week & the above floor exercizes on alternate days. ... (3 replies)

... Okay, here's my issue. I'm 200 lbs and am trying to lose 55 lbs by June. I am working hard at eating sensibly, limiting cheese, bread, salt, all other bad foods. My issue is exercise. ... (4 replies)
... Note that 120 crunches will strengthen your abdominal muscles, but it will not "spot reduce" the fat there. ... (4 replies)
... Crunches will not improve fat loss. It will help tighten and strengthen your core, so they ought to be included, but don't expect to become slimmer doing crunches every day. ... (7 replies)
... I count ab work with upper body, and yes wait the 48 hours rest period between. Doing crunches EVERY day really doesn't provide you a benefit, so why waste the effort? ... (3 replies)
... When you lift weights, I've heard you have to wait at least 48 hours before lifting again. But if you want a flat, tight stomach, I've heard you should to a bunch of crunches everyday and that you don't have to wait 48 hours for your abs to recover. Is this true? ... (3 replies)
... What will happen if i do lift every day? ... (6 replies)
Effective workout
Mar 28, 2003
... Since I dont feel sore, should I just carry on with this rotuine everyday? ... (8 replies)
... I haven't got an eating disorder or anything, in fact I eat quite a lot, but this seems to be my natural build. ... (0 replies)
... ou 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. You may want to consider tracking your waistline at navel level as a way of measuring progress. ... (6 replies)
Crunches/pushups
Jan 18, 2006
... With things like pushups, situps, do what you want really. What I mean is there's really no 'set ranges' for the number you should do, how often you should do it. Do the number that is comfy for you, some that might be 20 or 30, some might be a couple hundred. ... (8 replies)
... m trying to loose about 8lbs so not unattainable but I use to be able to lose it much faster when I was 20 than I can now at 28. ... (11 replies)
... Experts should be telling you that you cannot effectively spot reduce body fat in a specific place by exercising the muscles there. ... (3 replies)
My routine
Apr 27, 2006
... ok so ive had this routine for awhile, and i know that its supposed to change after awhile.what new excersizes or new routine do you suggest? ... (1 replies)
... Hi. This is my first time posting in this community, so I hope I'm doing this right. My question is about fat burning, which I'll get to after I provide some background information. ... (12 replies)
Triceps
Dec 13, 2001
... Hi there. Let's see if i can be any help... ... (3 replies)
... All the crunches in the world will not give you visable abs as it merely tones up the muscle underneath. ... (7 replies)


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