Hi. I did some research on 'Google and I learnt some things. But--I just wanted to discuss about it.
I read that the less weight you have to lose, the longer it WILL take,. Is that true.
I have to lose 22 pounds for now (But I'm interested to lose almost 30 pounds)
The thing is my weight-loss has been amazingly SLOW
I started in March and to this day I have lost just 8-10 pounds. And, I admit July/august I did not stay much on track.
Since September I have been very active and disciplined and finally lost one...ONE kilo ( 2.2 pounds)
So--coming back to what I read, it states that if you have less weight to lose it takes longer.
So, if I had 100 pounds to lose would my weight loss be faster? ???
What can I expect?
I have seen that treadmill does NOT suite me. In September I did just treadmill for 60 mins a day. No loss!
And, when I started WATP I saw a small loss!
So--is it possible to do WATP daily? I could alternate between 4/5/3 miles respectively.