Anybody know how long you should run on a treadmill to lose weight quickly ?

Trying to find a good way to lose weight i mean im not fat but need to lose a couple pounds will just running on the treadmill make me lose weight ?Or do i need to run for a certain amount of time a certain amount of days a week please help 🙂 !

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3 Responses to “Anybody know how long you should run on a treadmill to lose weight quickly ?”

  1. Think About It said:

    Any exercise is good for you and should help you lose weight. There is more about treadmill exercise on this site.

  2. Sam said:

    You need to burn more calories each day than you consume to lose weight. If you can burn an extra 500 calories/ day, you will lose one pound in a week. Try running 3 miles (one mile typically burns about 100 calories) and cutting 200 calories out of your diet (that’s like a piece of bread and a pop) and you’ll notice a diffence in no time. Good luck!

  3. gamerathon said:

    There’s no absolute formula for that. REALLY losing much weight involves a balance between diet and CONSISTENT exercise. Yes, you can lose a few pounds by working at it if you are already close to where you want to be, but there’s no quick fix. Losing weight and keeping it off involves teaching your body to adapt to a new set of circumstances and then maintaining them. That’s why so many people are frustrated in their dieting; they think it can be done casually with pills or sharp-turn dietary changes without persisting in the new situation that brought it about, assuming they reach their “ideal” at all. The only answer is enough work to make it happen and THEN enough to make it stick thereafter.
    There’s also no set amount of exercise versus time that will yield X number of pounds. If you’re “not fat,” good! Trim a few helpings of carbohydrates, sweets and fats from your general diet and make the treadmill a regular thing. Your body will slowly get used to running more efficiently and your worries will most likely fade. Just think in terms of consistency rather than sudden changes and you’ll be on the sensible track. Good luck!




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