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Jan
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comment Is 10,10,10 as good as 30?
Hey man, this post is so old ... through the decade I got to the point of jogging quite a bit (a few 1/2 marathons a week) (I was fortunate to lose an incredible amount of weight) .......................... these days I'm simply too OLD for joggin, HEH :) i walk the dog. that's the internet. Hope all's well there...
Dec
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revised Best exercise to lose belly fat fast
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Dec
10
comment Kung Fu + Gym = Bad Idea?
I think this is a fascinating insight and should not have been downvoted.
Dec
10
comment Kung Fu + Gym = Bad Idea?
highly knowledgeable answer!
Dec
10
comment Going to gym twice a day
just as Ben says, for abs "you probably need to focus on lowering your body fat"
Dec
10
answered Going to gym twice a day
Dec
10
revised Going to gym every day when I have very low physical activity
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Dec
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answered Going to gym every day when I have very low physical activity
Nov
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revised What are the best methods to prevent and treat foot blisters?
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Oct
31
comment Exercise Bike vs. “Real Bike”
and don't forget that the overwhelming problem with exercise is IT MAKES YOU HUNGRY. exercise is all good - but it makes you hungry. if your aim is in fact fat loss, that is achieved in one way and one way only: by slashing your carbohydrate intake, consistently, over a period of a year or many years. exercise is good for you BUT IT WILL MAKE YOU MORE HUNGRY, with the danger that you eat more. IF your aim is body fat reduction, be VERY CAREFUL when using exercise.
Oct
31
comment Exercise Bike vs. “Real Bike”
if you're just generally trying to get some aerobic exercise. be sure to try a rowing-machine. what you could do is one each day per week: rowing machine, bike machine, jogging on the street. whatever aerobic exercise you do, try and make it minimum 40 mins.
Oct
28
comment How does bicycling compare to other exercises when it comes to fat loss?
regarding Matthew's comments, Hairy is completely correct here. it's a well-known and by now extremely well researched result.
Oct
28
comment How does bicycling compare to other exercises when it comes to fat loss?
great explanation
Oct
28
answered Exercise Bike vs. “Real Bike”
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Mar
23
comment I have a bit of a tummy. To avoid it getting larger, can I do gym exercises only for my abdomen?
Right on. I guess, going back to the actual OP, the overwhelming piece of info for the OP is "you can not 'spot reduce' fat". -- of course, the answer being "no". indeed it's a common question on this site eh.
Mar
23
comment I have a bit of a tummy. To avoid it getting larger, can I do gym exercises only for my abdomen?
I mean there are papers showing bread and pasta are good for you. (!) That's fine in theory, but if you're Fat, body fat is caused by carbohydrates triggering your pancreas to cause the "door" of fat cells to move "fat" from your bloody to inside the fat cell: to allow the fat cells to "release" "fat", (triglycerides to glycerides), all you need to do is reduce carbohydrate intake. So -- if you are a fatass, carbs (potatoes, bread, pasta, rice, etc) are out :O
Mar
23
comment I have a bit of a tummy. To avoid it getting larger, can I do gym exercises only for my abdomen?
...however (as you perhaps sadly agree) for the typical American or European "eating potatoes" means eating mindboggling amounts thereof. I guess that's the summary of my views on the matter, I'm afraid!
Mar
23
comment I have a bit of a tummy. To avoid it getting larger, can I do gym exercises only for my abdomen?
Hi Sean, yes, those studies are completely wrong. I"m not ignoring them, I'm saying they are hopelessly incorrect, and indeed, basically "really really amazingly silly and actually hilariously stupid". :) Recall that we have been through the era of staggeringly stupid 'health science'" with things like the (snicker) "food pyramid" promoted by Big Agri business, via "governments" i.e. lobbying money. Potatoes are about 25% carbohydate, as you know. Thus, FOR SURE, I TOTALLY AGREE WITH YOU that it would be good to eat (say) 30 or 40 grams of potatoes a few times a week...
Mar
23
comment How to reduce belly?
fitness.stackexchange.com/a/24035/1039