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2008/05/16 14:39:17 (permalink)

Maximum Weight/Fat Loss

Hello all i am new here to the forum and just looking for some advice. I have read alot obviously about diet and working out to loss weight. Im 244 punds and 5'10 ( so very over weight). I will begin my cardio in the morning before i leave for work. I am just wondering wat is the best cardio for maximum weight loss. I am looking to lose about 48 pounds. I have my diet pretty much sorted i.e 4-5 meals a day. Only good fats and no carbs after 3pm.
Any help would be greatly appreciated as I am a novice and am only educated to what I have read here , on other sites and in fitness mags.

thanks in advance
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    RE: Maximum Weight/Fat Loss 2008/05/16 14:46:45 (permalink)
    The best cardio is the one which you enjoy (or at least don't hate) doing. Whether that be a treadmill, elliptical, outdoor running/cycling, skipping, trampolining or whatever. There are different types of cardio that you may employ for each of the different exercises such as 'steady state' or 'High Intensity Interval' - more details for these can be sought in the cardio forum.


    As long as you are consistently losing a sensible amount of fat per week, then this is the best you can hope for.

     
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    Geicker
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    RE: Maximum Weight/Fat Loss 2008/05/16 14:56:32 (permalink)
    cheers Party boy. I like the threadmill and elliptical as well. Thanks for the advice mate.
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