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SRBSRB26 SparkPoints: (99,474)
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1/17/13 8:32 A

walking

CHEETARA79 SparkPoints: (100,124)
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1/16/13 9:20 A

How about joining one of the Spark bootcamp challenges? You will have a daily ST video to do plus a few days a week of cardio.

UNIDENT Posts: 33,498
1/15/13 11:04 P

There is no such thing as a programme "of medium intensity". You would do the same exercises as a beginner or an advanced user, just at a more moderate intensity than them.

Eg if you start with a 15 minute cardio warmup, a beginner might walk, a moderate exerciser might walk/jog, and an advanced exerciser would run or do shuttles.

A "confused mashup of exercises" is probably fine. It really doesn't matter WHAT you do, just THAT you move!! :)

As Heather said, focus more on your diet if you want to lose weight, and leave exercise to "a comfortable yet challenging level 3-6 times a week".

DRAGONCHILDE SparkPoints: (60,397)
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1/15/13 7:25 P

Well, the Sparkpeople workout generator can provide you with an easy-to-follow program with a few clicks of your mouse.

www.sparkpeople.com/resource/fitness_plan_
generator.asp


However, weight loss does not come from the exercises you do! It's primarily about the food you eat. You can't out-exercise a bad diet!

OISIN_91 SparkPoints: (0)
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1/15/13 7:15 P

Was wondering if someone could try and provide me with a programme with medium intensity so that i may achieve my weight loss in a realistic fashion instead of continuing with my confused mash up of exercises. would be much appreciated.

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