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As mentioned in yisrael's answer and Aequitas' comment, you're gonna need to track your calorie intake. Combining a caloric deficit by diet with exercise is going to be a lot easier than just doing one. Without exercise you may find that eating little enough for the deficit can leave you too hungry or make it hard to resist sneaking in some extra food, while ...


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In order to lose weight you need to be in a caloric deficit; meaning you expend more energy from the combination of your daily activity plus exercise than you eat. If you are not tracking both your intake and your output, you will have no way of knowing if you are doing 'enough' to lose weight. There are many calculators online that can assist you with ...


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I'll start this answer by saying I'm somewhat biased (as in my user name, rrirower). But, I'd be remiss if I did not suggest using a rower for your cardio. In my opinion, a rower provides one of the best overall training experiences because it works many muscles concurrently. And, since it's considered to be relatively low impact, you should be able to ...


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I disagree with the Tom Gray's answer. Don't follow the meal plan. Everybody is different, and have different needs. You have to build a meal plan that can help you with your need. This meal plan can be perfect for someone, or (more likely) really inappropriate for someone who have some sportive activity. Just to add some advice for your problem : Don't ...


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Answer specific to the modes on a crosstrainer (or similar gym equipment) Question 1 I would like to know the difference between cardio workout and fat burn workout. Typically, the "Cardio Workout" mode is linked to a Aerobic style of exercise. They are designed to be long duration, low intensity exercise. A "fat burn" workout program is usually ...



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