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... is there a limit to how much fat you can burn per session of excercise? ... (12 replies)
Treadmill Question
Feb 13, 2003
... Yes, as long as you are in your target zone, you will burn calories. There are many theories out there on how long to run and I stick with 30 minutes. ... (4 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)

... ou 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)
... 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 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)
... 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)
... BUT, for the sale of discussion, if you can do some exercise to actually BURN 3500 calories, perhaps a 3 hour marathon. ... (1 replies)
... thanks so much Naxis.... that cleared up alot of things for me. i have scheduled sessions with a personal trainer at the gym i go to so he is going to make up a lifting program for me. my cardio program so far has been dividing into big and small days. ... (5 replies)
... 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)
... I'm 5'4 and 117 pounds... i realize that i have a normal BMI but i would like to have a tighter stomach. ... (1 replies)
... t, do it in the morning on an empty stomach." I don't do that and I "seen" results. But, like you said, whatever works for you...I just don't think it's a good long term idea. ... (21 replies)
... This is a little long, but I am genuinely concerned for my health and confused as to what is best to do about it. ... (3 replies)
... Say I eat a big meal then shortly afterwards go to bed. Can I wake in the morning, say run a few miles and still be able to burn some of those calories before they turn into fat? ... (3 replies)
Running and eating
Oct 15, 2004
... How long you have to wait after eating depends on how heavy you eat. You might have to do some experimenting with this issue. ... (3 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)
... Don't eat before you go to the gym. You are buring the food that you ate but the fat thatis already in your body not going anywhere. ... (9 replies)
... Hi Sim. Jogging is a great way to burn fat, whether consecutive days is too much or not will depend on how your body reacts to it. ... (1 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)

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