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    Diet: Healthy eating with a bit of SW
    Height: 5ft6in
    Start Date: 06/01/2014
    Start Weight: 13st12.0lb
    Current Weight: 13st10.0lb
    Goal Weight: 13st0lb
    Goal Date: 25/11/2014


    BMI Information:
    Start BMI: 31.3
    Current BMI: 31
    Goal BMI: 29.4


    Statistics:
    Total Weight Loss: 0st2lb
    Weight to Lose: 0st10lb
    % Lost 1.03%

    Need some tips!

    Hey everyone!
    To help me shift some timber, I'm going to up my exercise! I'm rubbish at it so it's a hard slog but I'm determined to get back to a size 14!!

    I'm am currently doing approx 10 mins on our exercise bike and have got the Davina and Colleen and a 10 minute work out for LBT dvd's.
    Do you think this will be enough or do I need to do more???
    Thanks in advance ?
    Rialou80

    NEW Goals for 2014

    Exercise twice a week or more
    Have better lunches and snacks
    Get down to 13st by 25th November (5th Anniversary trip to London!)


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    Personally I'd say anything is better than nothing!! However the most important thing to control is food, so you'd need to make sure you eat the right things and within whatever diet rules you're following!! I know, it's easy to say and harder to do!!

    ive also started a particular type of exercise on the bike and cross trainer at the gym, basically you work out for 20 minutes, but sprint/give it all you've got for 8 seconds, then recover for 12 seconds. Keep repeating it for the 20 minutes. Apparently this type of high interval training gets you fitter faster and burns fat like there's no tomorrow! It's not easy to keep it going for the 20 ,minutes but I burn tons of calories doing it (I use a polar heart watch to measure)

    hope you find you are successful!

    Alan





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