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Ali, your current exercise routine goes: 30 mins treadmill jogging - 260 calories 10 mins cycling - 40 calories Subway both times - daily lunch/dinner from Subway (correct me if the assumption is wrong) Questions: Apart from Subway meals, do you consume any other snacks or meals? Did you perform your exercises everyday? What's your current ...


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Don't be dis-heartened, you may have started to tone, and may of actually started to lose inches, so you should take measurements as well as using the scales. I often find that clients have lost no weight, yet they have lost 2 inches around their waist. As per previous comments, a week is a very short time to see a difference. When you exercise more ...


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Assuming an active lifestyle, you need to start with knowing how many calories you need to maintain your weight. The easiest way to do that is to maintain a food diary. Record everything you eat and drink. The simple act of recording your caloric intake will remove all guess work. Once you've established how many calories you need to maintain, simply cut ...


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Treadmill running is much easier, unless it it one of the running road, and would be the reason for the difference in pace. The reason I say this, is because the treadmill does all of the work. All you are doing is keeping up with it. The other reason, is outside the gradient naturally changes even under foot. Your body has to work more to move in a ...


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Given that outside running utilizes different terrains, some steeper than others, it's possible that your terrain slopes downhill or you usually run with the wind, thus making your speed faster. It could also be that the mechanics by which each device measures speed varies slightly (due to the materials used). Lastly, given that on a treadmill, you are ...



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