Dr. Oz on Weight Loss
Why Am I Not Losing Weight Walking?
- Pick up your pace to 12-minute miles and under, and use racewalk techniques. You will burn more calories per mile because you will be using more sets of muscles than you do at a slower walking pace or by running. Racewalkers burn as many as a third more calories per mile.
- Use fitness walking poles to increase your calorie burn per mile, as you use the muscles in your arms as well as your legs.
- The more you weigh, the more calories you burn per mile. As you lose weight, you are burning fewer calories per mile. Some walkers add weight belts or weighted backpacks to increase their calorie burn. Be careful in doing this. Don't throw off your posture or put more stress on your joints. For those who are losing weight and whose body is used to carrying around more pounds, a weight belt would be a more natural way to carry more weight.
- Once you begin to lose weight, you will find yourself speeding up. An extra 20 pounds can really drag you down. You may burn fewer calories per mile, but you'll be able to cover more miles in the same period of time. That can work out to more calories burned per walking workout.
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Date: 16.12.2018, 12:38 / Views: 81163