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Old June 29th 13, 10:01 AM
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Have you made any logs of your exercise. It is always best idea to make one.
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Old September 20th 13, 02:01 PM
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Do exercise at least 5 times a week for minimum 30 minutes daily to get help in your weight loss purposes.
Do focus on high intensity cardio and do your routine workout in morning time for the quick results.

To improve the fitness

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Old September 25th 13, 12:23 PM
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Why not consider hiring a personal trainer? The one hour sessions are filled with high impact exercises which bring better results than for example, 1 hour of running. This is a great way to loose weight and tone up as there is someone there stood with you to motivate you and achieve them fitness goals.
Check out www.thefitnesssuiteelland.co.uk ; We are Yorkshires premiere personal training facility.
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Old January 28th 14, 12:44 PM
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I am currently on a diet and eating healthily but am not noticing
results -is exercising 4/5times a week for half hour each day enough?
hello, i think you should walk at least 3 miles a day to lose your weight because it burns body calory to a great extend... thanks
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Old February 4th 14, 05:06 PM
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You can manage it by making a few healthy changes to your everyday diet and lifestyle. For example, keeping a habit of counting calories is fairly easy and really brings to light how much you eat when you're not keeping track; after a while, logging your foods will seem like second nature! Although your weight loss would certainly be bigger with the added benefit of exercise, it is possible to do without.

1. Drink a glass of water or a cup of herbal tea before each meal or two just in case. What you think is hunger might just be thirst it can be difficult to tell the difference. Drinking a full glass of water and waiting a few minutes can help you make sure you're really hungry before you dig in.
The water will also take up a little room in your stomach, which will help you feel satisfied even if you eat less. If you don't want to drink the whole glass before a meal, try taking sips between each bite.
If you crave sugary drinks instead of water, trick yourself. Put a slice of lemon or lime in your water bottle to add flavor.
2 . Count calories. Dieting for weight loss comes down to simple addition you have to burn more calories than you're taking in. Figure out the calories in the items you regularly eat, and add it up at the end of each day; or, download a food tracking app and be sure to enter what you've eaten after each meal.
Figure out your basal metabolic rate (BMR). Even if you're not exercising, you're still burning calories every day just by being alive. Knowing how much wiggle room you have can help you plan your diet accordingly. See How to Calculate How Many Calories You Need to Eat to Lose Weight for more help.
Aim to lose one pound per week. This is a safe pace for losing weight, and it shouldn't force you to starve yourself to keep up. One pound equals 3500 calories, so that means you need a 500-calorie deficit every day of the week.
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Old March 11th 14, 05:26 AM
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I am currently on a diet and eating healthily but am not noticing
results -is exercising 4/5times a week for half hour each day enough?
Much better if you are exercising in an hour or 2 hours.
 




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