Can I lose wight walking on a treadmill?

If I “fast walk” on a treadmill 5 days a week on a medium incline how quickly do you think I will loose weight or start to look slimmer? I have been eating mostly tuna and fruit and other healthy snacks. But how do you think this exercise will effect me and when will I start seeing some results?

Thanks!

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3 Responses to “Can I lose wight walking on a treadmill?”

  1. j.phill45 said:

    Within one week you should be noticing weight loss, if you walk for a good amount of time. (30-45min)

  2. lalala said:

    yes any kind of exercise is good for you.
    and slowly start to step up. so by the end of next month start running and putting the speed higher. then you will def. lose weight.
    especially with running. it will get you really toned.

  3. Jacob G said:

    ‘Other Healthy Snacks’ – should not include: MSG, Aspartame (Nutrisweet), Autolyzed or Hydrolyzed Proteins of any kind, Yeast Extract.

    These are free glutamate carriers that are not only addictive, but spike insulin and cause fat retention and weight gain.

    To improve metabolism, fast walk using an interval program that pushes you to interval “fast walk” and “slow jog” 3-4 times a week. Take days off in between to allow your body to repair. Running or fast walking 5 days a week can cause over-training issues.

    After 1 month or so, cross train – especially with hip adduction/abduction exercises if you can (leg lifts).

    Tuna is cheap and an excellent source of protein. Make sure to get healthy fats in as well as a decent carb – no refined sugar, no high fructose corn syrup, no white flour (if possible). No soda – period.

    Don’t go by looks – they are deceptive. Go by stamina and health. Giving yourself 80% today should feel like giving yourself 50% in 3 weeks. You want to keep pushing yourself to 80% – meaning do enough work where you could probably do another 15 minutes if you had to at the end of your program..

    Enjoy being able to do the work, then enjoy being able to see yourself doing the work… THEN enjoy being able to see that others recognize you are healthy and fit… Fitness is a transformation that works itself inside out.




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Can I lose wight walking on a treadmill?

If I “fast walk” on a treadmill 5 days a week on a medium incline how quickly do you think I will loose weight or start to look slimmer? I have been eating mostly tuna and fruit and other healthy snacks. But how do you think this exercise will effect me and when will I start seeing some results?

Thanks!

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3 Responses to “Can I lose wight walking on a treadmill?”

  1. j.phill45 said:

    Within one week you should be noticing weight loss, if you walk for a good amount of time. (30-45min)

  2. lalala said:

    yes any kind of exercise is good for you.
    and slowly start to step up. so by the end of next month start running and putting the speed higher. then you will def. lose weight.
    especially with running. it will get you really toned.

  3. Jacob G said:

    ‘Other Healthy Snacks’ – should not include: MSG, Aspartame (Nutrisweet), Autolyzed or Hydrolyzed Proteins of any kind, Yeast Extract.

    These are free glutamate carriers that are not only addictive, but spike insulin and cause fat retention and weight gain.

    To improve metabolism, fast walk using an interval program that pushes you to interval “fast walk” and “slow jog” 3-4 times a week. Take days off in between to allow your body to repair. Running or fast walking 5 days a week can cause over-training issues.

    After 1 month or so, cross train – especially with hip adduction/abduction exercises if you can (leg lifts).

    Tuna is cheap and an excellent source of protein. Make sure to get healthy fats in as well as a decent carb – no refined sugar, no high fructose corn syrup, no white flour (if possible). No soda – period.

    Don’t go by looks – they are deceptive. Go by stamina and health. Giving yourself 80% today should feel like giving yourself 50% in 3 weeks. You want to keep pushing yourself to 80% – meaning do enough work where you could probably do another 15 minutes if you had to at the end of your program..

    Enjoy being able to do the work, then enjoy being able to see yourself doing the work… THEN enjoy being able to see that others recognize you are healthy and fit… Fitness is a transformation that works itself inside out.




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