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Old 12-17-2019, 11:53 AM   #1
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My oldest is home from college and was telling me yesterday that jogging burns more calories than walking. But I hate jogging! wah!

My youngest is almost 7 and I've been hanging on to 8-10# since having him. My BMI is in the normal range, the high end of it, but normal range. So I don't "need" to lose weight but would really like to lose 5-10#.

My mom has wanted to lose 20# for years and years. I don't want to turn into that.

I walk 20-30 minutes most days. I'd really like to get walking 45 minutes at a fast pace. I have an exercise video I like but don't get motivated to do it.

My 12 yr old walks the neighbor's dogs nearly every day, about a mile. I'd like to get her more active as he's a little overweight.

As for food, I eat too much PB, natural so just peanuts and salt, but still I also like chocolate milk.

I eat a fair amount of vegetables, could definitely eat more. Trying to not eat as much bread or pasta.

A friend does Keto, I haven't read too much about it.

I think if I could just add more exercise to my day that might do it.

Thoughts? What do you know about better eating?
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I really love couch 2 5k if youíre not into running, I think it eases you in pretty well. I kinda got stuck 5 weeks in, but I also found out I likely have asthma so treating that should do it. Anyways I never ran, never could run for longer than a mile at a time and didnít like it, but C25K helped build up strength and stamina and now I love it. I canít wait to get back to it.
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M jogging burns more calories than walking.

Per minute or per mile? Yes, jogging burns more calories per minute for sure. It also builds more muscle which in turn will burn more calories at rest.
BUT I couldn't stick with anything I didn't at least like to do on some level. So there is the being able to do it commitment.


From what I understand true Keto can be dangerous if you do it right and most people out there doing it are not doing it right anyway so it doesn't matter.

What hasn't changed it losing weight slowly is the best way to KEEP the weight off. So I would find a healthy way to lose weight and that may look different for one person than another and follow that plan. The other thing that has shown to be effective in dieting is regardless of what plan you chose to use, some type of accountability greatly increases your chance of being successful - so I would find something that had that aspect.

MAybe you can find a diet and work out partner. Maybe you can start a challenge here or something.


Good luck. I gained a bit of weight since I had to give up running and walking (foot issues) and being exposed to so much junk this time of year (just now getting released to start walking again) and need to be motivated to eat right too. It's so hard and every time i hit my goal weight I say AND THIS TIME I AM KEEPING IT OFF and I do for awhile and then I'm not.
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My approach to food and exercise has to be a little conventional, as I am a recovering anorexic. So my focus canít be weight loss or I really could be tempted to relapse.

I also do best with a really strict and structured plan, if I have a specific health goal.

I thrived doing Beach Bodyís 28 Day Fix. I want to do Whole 30. I try really hard to buy organic and eat unprocessed foods, but I personally am not crazy strict about it right now

The hardest part for ME is that DH is not emphasizing or prioritizing healthy eating and exercise right now. I donít know how to have that conversation with him in a supportive way. I hate being the one who always had to initiate everything in our family (budgeting, house repairs, health, you name it).




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Don't start running if you don't like it. Especially since you are much more likely to increase inflammation and joint problems with running as opposed to walking. If you enjoy walking, there are things you can do to increase muscle activation while walking.

If you have an exercise video you like, pick a time and just do it. Once it becomes a habit you'll be motivated. Therev are apps that help develop habits.

I like My Fitness Pal for tracking my food. It helps me stay balanced.

I'm not a fan of keto or IF, to put it mildly. I won't go into why unless you really want to know.
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If I had a walking partner (ie a talking partner) I'd walk 3 miles a day! But timing is hard. And I know I should be using my arms when I walk but I don't, I have 1# weights I could carry.

What about eating habits? I need protein ideas. 7 years ago when pregnant I got into the habit of eating 2 spoonfuls of PB before bed and most nights still do it. That or a small cup of chocolate milk.

What are good things to eat when one is hungry but not a meal?
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If I had a walking partner (ie a talking partner) I'd walk 3 miles a day! But timing is hard. And I know I should be using my arms when I walk but I don't, I have 1# weights I could carry.



What about eating habits? I need protein ideas. 7 years ago when pregnant I got into the habit of eating 2 spoonfuls of PB before bed and most nights still do it. That or a small cup of chocolate milk.



What are good things to eat when one is hungry but not a meal?


Greek yogurt with fruit or granola is a good source of protein, and easy.


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Is Greek yogurt the fluffy yogurt? I didn't like that a long time ago but will try it again.
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I love Greek yogurt with blueberries and chia seeds.

I make my own protein shakes most mornings.
Almond milk
Collagen powder (could use vegan protein powder)
Frozen banana or frozen blueberries
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I don't like running and unless I can get to an aerobics class most intense forms of cardio end up boring me. I ride my stationary bike to warm up for a stretch or weight training. Every now and then if I feel like I need a good sweat I'll do a high intensity interval training session, but I would never do that more than once a week. Too stressful. Walking is great though.

I've been doing keto since the summer to support my Dh, who's doing it for non weight related reasons. I love the stability of my blood sugar and my energy. When we started I had two or three vanity pounds I wanted to drop. I haven't lost any weight, in fact I've gained about three pounds. I've lost inches though, and it's obvious I've gained lean mass. It's certainly not the only way to lose fat, any caloric deficit will accomplish that, but we all have different methods we'll respond to better than others.

Body weight exercises are a great place to start if you want to try resistance training. If it suits you, you can add weights. You'll improve your bone mass, your cardiac fitness, your brain health, and more lean mass increases your metabolism. My little home gym has been pieced together over 3+ years partly from yard sales, and provides more than ample weight to move.
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Just to throw another angle out there on the running thing. When I started regularly exercising, I would have been fully on the "I don't like running, I don't ever intend to run" band wagon. I started by walking every day. Several miles a day (I had a few specific trails that I would walk). Non negotiable - it was just something I did every day. Then I got to the point where I thought I could add in some short spurts of jogging. Then I slowly did longer and longer spurts. Until eventually I was able to jog the whole thing.

I now jog 5 miles, 5 days a week, and I enjoy it more than a walk, just because i can get more exercise in to a shorter time frame.

Just throwing it out there because sometimes what we think we will hate, can turn in to something we love. But if you decide to try it don't just go out there running cold turkey. Start by building a brisk walk in to your regular schedule and then slowly work up as you feel you're ready.
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Yes, it is very, very true that fitness activities your don't like can become favorites over time.

There's so many options that there's absolutely no reason to start with something you don't enjoy.

The best fitness activities are ones you can enjoy on a regular basis without incurring injures. It's consistency over time that gives you health benefits and improved appearance (if that's a factor for someone). Doesn't matter how good a fitness activity is on paper. If you quit after a month because you just don't like it or it makes your knees hurt, etc, then it's not helping you.
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Just to throw another angle out there on the running thing. When I started regularly exercising, I would have been fully on the "I don't like running, I don't ever intend to run" band wagon. I started by walking every day. Several miles a day (I had a few specific trails that I would walk). Non negotiable - it was just something I did every day. Then I got to the point where I thought I could add in some short spurts of jogging. Then I slowly did longer and longer spurts. Until eventually I was able to jog the whole thing.

I now jog 5 miles, 5 days a week, and I enjoy it more than a walk, just because i can get more exercise in to a shorter time frame.

Just throwing it out there because sometimes what we think we will hate, can turn in to something we love. But if you decide to try it don't just go out there running cold turkey. Start by building a brisk walk in to your regular schedule and then slowly work up as you feel you're ready.
Thank you for your kind thoughts. I sometimes jog a teensy bit and will tell myself "to that mailbox" or "to that next driveway". My dog would love it if I jogged too, she gets to go faster. She loves it when I take her on a bike ride!

Rained the past 2 days. Didn't walk yesterday, got in a 10 minute walk today when the rain stopped.

I bought some Greek yogurt. I liked it. What makes Greek better for you than regular? I usually buy Stonyfield when I do buy. Used to buy plain and vanilla and mix so sweet but not as sweet.

I just don't want to end up like my mom , that has wanted to lose 20# for the past 20 years. I just want to lose 5-10, or at the last not gain anymore! I'm at the end of the normal BMI range.
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Just fyi BMI is not intended to evaluate individuals and is not an indicator of health or predisposition to weight related illness.

Percent body fat, waist to hip ratio, VO2 max, and cardiac recovery time are good indicators. BMI is for evaluating large populations of people and nothing more.
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