Exercising Prevents Heart Problems by Alan Rosca
... A physical activity with the right frequency and intensity help you control your blood pressure, blood lipids, protect you against heart disease, and maintains the health of your lungs. The best exercises for heart and lungs are the aerobic ones. 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.
Weight Loss: FAQ by Adam Waxler
... 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 activity level to burn more calories. If your diet is poor, or if you're more than a few pounds overweight, ...
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, ...
What's Wrong With Dr. Phil's Food Plan? by Dale Reynolds
... Phil doesn’t provide different plans based on your starting weight and activity level, and he is against counting calories (or exchanges or Points.) But without knowing your approximate AMR and calculating the calories (or exchanges or Points) in a food plan, it’s impossible to know how much food to eat to start out. And without recalculating your AMR as you lose and adjusting your food plan accordingly, it’s difficult to keep losing weight at the proper rate.
How to Count Calories With Your Eyes by Marc David
... Then you know how much you should enter into a calorie calculator tracking program. And at the end of the day any good program will show what you ate in calories, protein, carbs and fats. And you'll be able to see this displayed in a graph so you know if your ratios are correct (assuming you are into or have any interested in ratios). I personally don't carry around a cup or any type of measuring devices. But I know if I go out to eat that the chicken on my place is about the size of the ...
Weight Loss: FAQ by Goran Maksic
... A calorie is a measure of energy. Foods are rated with calories based on the amount of energy they provision to the trunk cadaver when consumed. 9. Can I lose weight without changing my diet? The best weight loss results develop when you flicker more calories than you consume. If you only need to miss a minute amount of weight and your diet is generally healthy, you can misplace weight by increasing your activity level to burn spare calories. Provided your diet is impecunious, or if you're ...
Are you Bulking or Cutting by Zach Bashore
... To start, you should lower your calories from your BMR to roughly 300 fewer calories a day. You can change that number according to the results but 300 is a good number to start out at. You can either eat less food or do more cardiovascular exercise to burn these calories. How you do it will depend on the individual. Some bodybuilders like to bulk up to the size of elephants before they decide that they`ve gained to much fat, and then they go on a cutting diet.
Spare Change and Calories - They All Add Up! by Sherry Frewerd
... I’ve also taken up another foreign concept…the art of exercise. Just like emptying the pig when it gets too full, I’m depositing extra calories everyday with some very much needed walking. At the end of your day, are you just dumping your spare change on the dresser, or do you keep count of how much you’ve accumulated? Come on. You can do it. You’ll be surprised at how fast those nickels…ahem, calories, can add up! Bank those calories in your own food journal today.