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If I Run 2 Miles A Day How Much Weight Can I Lose
Very likely. ..: ... but it also depends on what you eat. Some people say, "I work out so I can eat anything! ", but that isn't really true or healthy. And how could you possibly have time to spend 3.5 to 4.5 hours a day working out and running unless you are a professional athlete and that is your job!? That much exercise could easily result in injury or overuse problems. Eat sensibly and work out an hour a day:) Read more
It varies depending: On your size, muscle mass etc. Most people would gain just under two pounds over this period of time (with all other variables remaining the same). Read more
Possibly: Even if you are a vegetarian, there are still plenty of foods that cause weight gain. The key is to burn more calories than what you take in. Keep a diary and have a plan, or better yet, seek out a personal trainer or a nutritionist that can help guide you. You may want to also cross-train. Lifting weights is a great way to burn calories if done correctly. Read more
Will I be able to lose weight and gain muscle by doing dumbbell excercises and running 2 miles a day?
If you eat properly: Cardio and weight training can help you lose weight, but only if coupled with proper nutrition and appropriate caloric intake to allow safe fat loss and muscle building. A fitness instructor and nutritionist could work with you and develop a plan best for your specific needs, in conjunction with your regular physician's clearance and input. Read more
I run 2 miles 3 days a week and eat pretty healthy. How many calories should I be eating a day to lose weight?
ExRx. Net: You can use the calculator at exrx. Net - best way is use your BMI and calculate BMR many scales will be able to give you this info. Once you know your BMR add 20% of BMR to your original BMR for sedentary life style 30%fir light workout, 40% moderate 50% heavy and 60% for strenuous workout to get your calorie requirement. Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I'm 5'2 and 120 lbs. I'm trying to lose about 10 if I run a mile a day and diet how much weight will I lose?
Depends: Loss of weight is only a matter of the amount of calories you intake in a day. Exercise can burn more calories in a day than with no exercise. However drink plenty of water is you plan to limit your calories and especially if exercising. Read more
It will help a lot:
A combo of aerobic (cardiovascular) +weight bearing (build muscles) exercises along with proper/balanced diet is probably the best, but some is better than nothing. 4 miles/day=awesome. Minimize sodas, juices, pizza, donuts, brownies, cookies, truffles, ice cream, lattes, beers/liquor, and the evil of chips...
So, be sensible.
Keep on running and stay healthy. Don't forget to sleep well.
Good luck. Read more
I run 3 miles a day 5x a week and eat fairly healthy and have not lost much weight. How can I lose this weight? Please help.
Set a goal: Calculate your BMR (basal metabolic rate), current weight x 13 and subtract 500 (daily total calories) for every pound of weight you want to lose each week. Do a minimum of 20 minute duration exercise to increase your BMR for 48 hours. High protein low carb low fat diet and drink 64 oz water daily. Multivitamins and remove low glycemic index carbohydrates from diet. Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
If im 141 lbs and want to lose around 20 lbs, how can I lose visible amount of weight in a month? Running every day for 30 min?
Too much to lose: In the time you have stated. It is not a good idea to try to lose 20 pounds in a month. You may not lose that much even if you starved yourself. A better goal is about one pound in a week. You need to exercise and reduce your intake of food. It would be prudent to consult your doctor so that you do not become deficient in essential nutrients. Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
I have been eating one meal a day for about 8 months and running daily. How can I increase how much eat while continue to lose weight?
Eat and lose weight: Eating one meal a day will actually make it harder to lose weight. That will actually slow your metabolism down. Eating 3, or even 5 small meals a day is much better believe it or not. You can have 4 small meals/snacks throughout the day and have a high protein & vegetable meal at the end of the day. The frequent meals tends to speed up your metabolism (just don't over eat). Keep up the exercise! Read more
I run every day 10k, I try to loseing weight, what should I eat for better running and losing weight?
Mix it up!: A good diet for runners includes foods high in protein like almonds and eggs as well as whole grains, sweet potatoes, chicken, beans, salmon, and low fat yogurt. If weight loss is your goal don’t stick to the same routine every day. In addition to running try other exercises like lifting weights, biking, yoga, etc. Mixing up your routine keeps your body guessing and increases weight loss. Read more
Depends on caloric: Intake ; desired rate of loss. Eat healthfully ; be physically active. Aim for 7.5 to 8 hrs of sleep / night. Hydrate w at least 64 oz of water / day. Cal burned must > cal consumed. Do both cardio ; weight training. You can mix ; match different kinds of physical exercise. This site determines cal burned for > 100 activities: http://www. Prohealth. Com/weightloss/tools/exercise/calculator1_2.Cfm. Read more
I run every day for about 40 minutes, is there any posibility to lose weight? I have to get some kilos, not lose them. Thanks
Diet and muscle mass: To gain weight you have to consume more calories than you are burning. Do this in a healthy way though. Don't choose junk or fast food. Keep a well balanced diet and make sure you are getting all the nutrients you need. Don't cut out exercise as it is very good for you. Weight lifting and other muscle building exercises can help you increase your body mass. Read more
Yes it well: As long as you don't increase your caloric intake. Read more
Depends: Losing weight usually requires making changes in what and how much you eat. Being active helps, but burning an extra 100 calories/day probably won't make much difference. Though, it might prevent you from gaining more weight. If you're not used to exercising, start small with the idea that you'll gradually increase the intensity or duration of the activity. It's a good habit to get into. Read more