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7/11/13 8:05 A

going over your calories burned goal means you're likely to be undereating. And at your weight, that would make it even harder to lose.

You should be looking to lose 1/2 per week at the absolute most, but you shouldn't be surprised to lose much slower than that.

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7/11/13 12:21 A

thank you I was wondering changing my goals is this going to help me in burning and help with weight loss I have not loss anything in 2 weeks. I now need to burn 429 more caloried for this week.

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7/11/13 12:20 A

thank you Ladies I was wondering changing my goals is this going to help me in burning and help with weight loss I have not loss anything in 2 weeks. I now need to burn 429 more caloried for this week.

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JUMAWEMA1 Posts: 12
7/10/13 11:31 P

Well maybe you should consider resetting your goals, this should accommodate you burning more calories

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7/10/13 11:29 P

In the short term, working out some more won't hurt.

In the longer term, regularly working out more than your initial goals may mean you are not eating appropriately for your needs. This is easily fixed - just update your Exercise Goals (accessible from the LH side of the Start page) to reflect what you think is a realistic long term goal, and Spark will recommend an intake appropriate for this new activity level.

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7/10/13 10:53 P


do I stop working out or can I still continue to burn more calories will this help me by working out or will it hurt me?
my trackers says

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Calories to Burn This Week

Goal to burn 1150 calories per week, 1181 burned this week










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