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Excercising on TS

Discussion in 'Exante - Total Solution 100%' started by Quassi75, 17 February 2014 Social URL.

  1. Quassi75

    Quassi75 Active Member

    I'm on TS and do my exercise by walking my dog. I now have an app that works out my calorie loss, distance, speed, ect... Yesterday I noticed that on our morning walk, I lost 550kcal and I have a question. As I walk my dog twice, I'm losing around 700kcal per day but only eating my allowed 600kcal.

    is this bad or will it affect me in a wrong way?

    cheers
     
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  3. Darcy15

    Darcy15 A woman on a mission!

    It's all good :)

    You'll be boosting your weight loss nicely :D
     
  4. Quassi75

    Quassi75 Active Member

    Seemed odd, as yesterday I walked about 5 miles at fast pace was strict on my diet, but didn't lose even a pound.... :(
     
  5. smidge87

    smidge87 Rubenesque

    Give it time, it's not an exact science. It takes 3,500 calories to burn 1lb so even with 100 calorie deficit it would still probably take a couple of days. There could be lots of factors at play one day to the next which is why it's best to weigh weekly.. Don't let it put you off :)
     
  6. Darcy15

    Darcy15 A woman on a mission!

    Put the scales away - it'll drive you crazy! :eek:

    Weigh once a week, then you'll see the bigger picture :)
     

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