Instead of an hour of walking, how about jogging/elliptical training?
and for how long if using high intensity interval bursts?
I can honestly say that I have lost 60 and 65 pounds in 2 different years of my life. I did so each time within 4 or 5 months time. I did it all healthy too. I started out walking about 3 to 4 miles a day. This will most likely take an hour. I did that for a week and then implemented jogging into it. I would walk 3 miles and run half a mile. I increased each week or sometimes every few days until I was about to just jog 5 miles a day. Your body gets used to activity and stores fat cells depending on how much you exercise during the day. It's kind of like a computer. It analyzes and know how much fat to store. This being said, don't just run 3 miles a day or walk a mile a day. Increase it as often as you can. This tricks the body into burning more fat cells. You will eventually find this method works better. It's harder to do because you are pushing yourself everyday but the benefits far outweigh the efforts.
by LailaK6 years ago
How long should running 3 miles take an average healthy person?
by Virtuous15 years ago
How often do you work out?Two days in a row now I have used the elliptical machine and the only reason is because while I was at the gym the one lady was on it yesterday and I asked her how many calories do you burn she...
by nagraaj7 years ago
what is better way of doing jogging?what are the precautions we can take?
by Brinafr3sh6 years ago
What exercise do you do most?Exercises, such as: sit-ups, side bends, waist-twist, touch your tops, different forms of walking, jogging, weight lifting, and so on.
by GA Anderson6 years ago
Can you get a good cardio workout without going to the gym?
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