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Elliptical vs Treadmill: Which Burns more Calories? by Fred Waters
... In fact, using a calorie burn calculator on I found that a workout on an elliptical gives you the same results as running on a treadmill, but you burn fewer calories if you walk or jog on a treadmill. Calories burned in 60 minutes by a 150 lbs. user:Walking, 2 mph 189 Walking, 3 mph 297 Jogging 477 Running, 7 mph - 783 Elliptical Trainer - 774 There was a basic flaw to the results, since it allowed you to compare calories burned at different levels of exertion on the treadmill, ...

How to Burn Fat by Jeff Baker
... Calculating all of the total calories your body uses after a good walk is impossible to do but it is certainly more than the number listed on any treadmill, so don't lose heart if you only burn fifty more calories during your workout than you would have watching TV. The actual amount of calories that you burned and the total benefits you have given your body cannot be shown by any one number. How hard should you be breathing then? The general advise you will hear is that if you cannot hold ...

Exercising Prevents Heart Problems by Alan Rosca
... If a person weights less, it burns fewer calories but if it weights more, it burns more calories: - Bicycling six mph 240 cals/hr - Jogging 5 mph 740 cals/hr - Jumping rope 750 cals/hr - Running 650 cals/hr - Swimming twenty-five yds/min 275 cals/hr - Tennis 400 cals/hr - Walking three mph 320 cals/hr Physical inactivity is a risk factor for coronary heart disease along with high blood pressure, obesity and diabetes, smoking, or high blood cholesterol.

Walking For Weight Loss-How To Lose Body Fat By Walking by Katie Johnson
... Walking at a moderate pace for about 30 minutes to an hour everyday can help your body burn stored fat and calories. In order for walking for weight loss to be effective, you need to follow a program that is designed around your needs. You also need to know how long and how often you should walk and at what speed. You also need some kind of method to track your activity and progress. Calories and Weight LossWalking for weight loss works best if you increase your activity and eat fewer ...

Gaining Weight After Quitting Smoking? by Alan Rosca
... A reason for that might be the fact that the body burns calories faster while smoking and returns to its normal calorie burning rate after quitting. That is not the only reason. People may feel hungrier than usual during that period and eat more high-fat snacks or drink more alcohol, but this feeling usually disappears after a while. No doubt, quitting smoking brings only rewards: whiter teeth, a clearer voice, fresher breath, a healthier-looking skin, and more energy.

Lose Weight with 10,000 Steps A Day by Jakob Culver
... In a quest to burn the extra calories, walking seems to be the easiest way. Experts have revealed that walking 10,000 steps a day can help you drop those unwanted pounds faster than just about any other method of weight loss. Not only that walking will also help you keep the weight off for a longer period of time as it builds your muscles while keeping your heart at a fat-burning rate. Quick facts about walking 10,000 steps Use a Pedometer: For counting the number of steps that you have ...

Weight Loss: FAQ by Adam Waxler
... You can get it walking, running, cleaning your house - anything active burns calories. 8. What's a calorie? A calorie is a measure of energy. Foods are rated with calories based on the amount of energy they provide to the body when consumed. 9. Can I lose weight without changing my diet? The best weight loss results happen when you burn more calories than you consume. If you only need to lose a small amount of weight and your diet is generally healthy, you can lose weight by increasing your ...

Tips for an Active Life by Alan Rosca
... You may discover that dancing is a good way to burn calories. Join a dance club, dance alone, or with someone on your favorite music. When you feel the need for sightseeing, do it by foot, ride a bike, or run. To read the rest of this article, go to ProjectWeightLoss.com an online weight loss community featuring calorie counter, carbs counter, BMI calculator, diet planner, workout planner and nutritional information. (c) ProjectWeightLoss.com 2007.

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