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... afterward no burn or tired muscles. The treadmill does this for me and you can do incline, run, jog, or walk. Will stick with that, but how long should I do it a day? ... (9 replies)
... DeniLee how much wieght have you lost and when did you start taking it? ... (37 replies)
... DeniLee how much wieght have you lost and when did you start taking it? ... (37 replies)

... Hey Chevyman, where did you get the idea about doubling your weight to use that number for knowing how many calories to burn when you work out. ... (41 replies)
... Benedict formula. This takes into account your weight, age, height, gender, and activity level. The formula will tell you how many calories you need to maintain your weight. ... (8 replies)
... Between 1400 and 1600 is perfect. If you do that and maintain that level of activity you will lose it in no time. And you will look awesome at 5'3" 110 lbs. ... (8 replies)
... When I had successful major weight loss, I dropped my caloric intake from around 2000 to 1300 or so. You shouldn't be upping your calorie intake for weight loss...that's counter productive. The only reason to up caloric intake is if you are doing extreme, constant fitness, like heavy training for a triathlon. ... (1 replies)
... YES you can lose weight without cardio, but it will just take longer, it's as simple as that. ... (41 replies)
How many calories
Dec 29, 2003
... There are many complicated formulas that you can use to figure how many calories to eat in a day. ... (1 replies)
... I definitely understand how it feels to be overweight and feeling like you have no other options, however I have to agree with iluvtulips. ... (28 replies)
... I am wondering how many people on here would say that they had no time to exercise? ... (1 replies)
... Hi, my name is Libby. For all of you who want to lose weight, let me tell you my story and solution. ... (0 replies)
... every little bit of fat that it can, because energy has been stopped and that is what fat is, stored energy. Severe caloric restiction and fasts will result in weight loss, but not much fat loss. Even worse, as soon as you DO eat something, it immediately gets stored as fat to replace any that was used. ... (22 replies)
... Hello! This is my first post on this board. Ive looked around for a bit, and finally decided that I should join and try to help people who need it. See, I have lost 40lbs successfully in the past 6 months. And i've done it the healthy way... ... (2 replies)
... Regardless of how much weight you're losing per week, whether it be 1 pound or 4, I guarantee you some of it is muscle. The reason is simple. If a person's weight is decreased, that means they burned more calories than they took in. Ideally, the body will mobilize stored fat and use that to make up the difference. ... (18 replies)
... such diet, but it's unreasonable to think that a person will remain on a "diet" for their entire life. ... (38 replies)
... You should never starve yourself, but I do see room for some changes. ... (8 replies)
... dually increase your activity level. But my first piece of advice would be to talk to your doctor. Of course, you can always start eating healthier NOW, before you make the appointment, but when you have a large amount of weight to lose, the healthiest thing to do is see your doctor first. ... (11 replies)
... I can empathize with you completely. I'm 45, only 5' and at my highest was close to 225. ... (7 replies)
... First of all, you can do it. But there is no instant solution, and sometimes, the weight loss is going to go slowly. ... (11 replies)




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