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It's more likely to have been a matter of diet. Unless you actually track your food, there's a good chance that you might not have noticed a decrease in food consumption. Add to that variations in water weight and what clothing you're wearing (assuming you don't hit the scale nude) and 1.4 kg could be a reasonable change over two weeks.


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Sauna belts are yet another fad that the weight loss industry seems to perpetuate as a sure fire way to lose weight. Unfortunately, there’s no scientific evidence that shows they are effective in reducing body fat. They can, however, reduce water weight. Because they produce excessive perspiration, sauna belts are supposed to reduce water weight more ...


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Technically speaking, any activity that increases your cardiac and vascular levels by activity is indeed cardiovascular exercise. Whether it's walking, climbing stairs, boxing, or yoga, maintaining your heart rate at a higher level during activity. There are a couple of catches, though. First, heart rate is a symptom of the activity, not the activity ...


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You are doing cardiovascular workouts to improve the transportation of oxygen in your body. When you say a person is in a poor shape, that is he or she becomes breathless just after short time of light physical activities, you actually mean he or she has a poor oxygen transportation. The way you do such workouts is usually by working as hard as possible in ...


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I agree with strength training and control of diet which @eric suggested. Along with that Yoga has some breathing techniques called pranayams. These are sitting and breathing techniques which synergies the body. Brasthikriya, kapalbhati and anulom vilom are few of the pranayam techniques in yogic literature. you can find some information in this link: ...


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Food packaging is based on averages it is more or less right sometimes you'll get more calories, sometimes less. Most of your calories are spent on maintaining your body's functions. (About 3/4 in fact) You would have to be doing some incredibly hard exercise to lose weight through exercise alone. The most likely thing is your not tracking your calories ...


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AFAIK, no (non-surgical, obviously) way is known to reduce fat locally. The only fat reduction tool in existence remains a combination of increased energy output and reduced input - AKA exercising and not eating too much. Everything else is dishonest marketing.


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Getting Basal or Resting Metabolic Rate Measurement will explain most of it. Please go to nearby laboratory and ask for it, they will explain what to do for the test and you will have accurate number for your Metabolism. I believe your BM is getting slower and you almost reached your plateau. Try different combinations of training such as intervals and for ...



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