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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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Its called subcutaneous fat, its there to help supply energy to you local muscles. Sumos build subcutaneous fat for training and it is known to help with energy. We dont need study to tell us, history has already claimed this fact.


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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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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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Weight loss happens when your body doesn't have enough energy from food. It's forced to use it's own reserves to survive. So yes, if you're in a calorie deficit you will lose weight. However, you'll be eating much less than an active person.


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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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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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Cardio exercise is any exercise that raises your heart rate. Face it our bodies were made to move. And we all know that to keep our muscles in shape we need move them. This movement makes them stronger and stronger muscles make for a more efficient and healthy body. Your heart is a muscle. Therefore working it makes it stronger. A stronger cardio-vascular ...


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Your plan is OK for fitness and weight loss,few points you need to consider. Drink Water, Especially Before Meals. Eat Eggs For Breakfast. Drink Coffee (Preferably Black). Drink Green Tea. Cook With Coconut Oil. Go on a Low Carb Diet. Exercise Portion Control or Count Calories. These are help you...


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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 do not think there exists any single set of simple exercises or advices, which can ease your situation. You have too many and too complicated difficulties. On the other hand, I feel sure you will benefit much from appropriate training. One of my supervisors has confirmed this story: https://vimeo.com/41271653 I hope, you will get ...


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Your plan is OK for fitness and weight loss, however there are a few points you need to consider. BMI is somewhat flawed, since it is unable to take body composition into account - if you build upper body muscle, your BMI may not drop even though you are in much better shape. A better indication of your weight loss progress is a combination of body weight ...


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It's hard to say because you don't give very precise information, but if I had to hasard a guess I would say that you experienced a combination of factors: Slightly elevated lifestyle expenditure: maybe you just moved more. Add to that consistent aerobic training and even if you "only" ran on it 20 to 25 minutes a day, it still builds up a large caloric ...


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did you have a set plan? if not see which of these 9 plans best fits your lifestyle so you can consistently stick to a regular plan what was your calorie intake? if you don't know then that could be a reason for unexplained weight loss so again see #1 for a solid plan your workout. how did it differ in intensity, time and etc. other factors like did you ...



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