can i get some tips on how to loose weight without the use of machines.

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  1. alufohai jesuseme profile image58
    alufohai jesusemeposted 9 years ago

    can i get some tips on how to loose weight without the use of machines.


  2. hublim profile image77
    hublimposted 9 years ago


    The main factor in weight loss is an improved diet. Reduce the processed foods and you'll reduce your saturated fat and salt intake. Try to increase the fruit and vegetables in your diet and try to consume more protein and fibre rich foods, these will keep you feeling fuller for longer.

    You can get a great home based/ machine free workout using bodyweight exercises. Full body exercises like Prisoner squats, Burpees, push ups, chin ups etc can give you an intense physical workout without moving to machines.

    Many machines isolate specific muscles and moving to full body exercises can increase you functional fitness and strength and make your workout much shorter and more efficient by working many different muscle groups all at once.

    I'm going to make a hub about this topic

  3. hublim profile image77
    hublimposted 9 years ago

    Can a bodyweight workout help with your weight loss? Undoubtedly yes.  Many people do not like going to gyms, they may not have the time, do not want to pay for a gym membership or perhaps are intimidated by the gym environment.  For many people in... read more

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    AnnieMaryposted 9 years ago

    My plan always works like a treat; and it is very simple to follow … -encounter


  5. DavidHill76 profile image60
    DavidHill76posted 9 years ago

    Jog. There's an entire world out there for you to run around in.

    Check out my hub on how I lost 60 lbs in two weeks:

  6. Frosty Meadow profile image33
    Frosty Meadowposted 8 years ago

    A very inexpensive and great way to exercise is to use resistance bands.  I totally agree with the others about an improved diet, but I also know that toned muscles will drastically improve your overall metabolism.  Stretch cables from your local walmart or sporting good store may be a $15 to $25 investment, but they provide a fantastic workout if directions are followed properly.  They take up no space and are very easy to use.


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