You don't mention your diet.
The unfortunate truth is that while exercise is absolutely critical for good health and makes a huge difference in making weight loss easier, it's your diet that will make or break you.
You can work out for hours a day, but if you aren't eating less than you burn, you're not going to get ahead. It's great that you're eating better, but you need to be tracking everything accurately (weighing and measuring) since humans actually *really* suck at estimating!
You adjust your diet to the exercise you do, not the other way around. You will be aiming to lose at the same rate no matter if you're in the gym for 10 minutes or 90. The more you exercise, the more you need to eat to support that exercise. So set your cardio to the amount of time you want to do and can maintain over time, and then adjust your diet accordingly.
Writer, mother, wife, and breadwinner. I love to run, but running doesn't love me, so I'm switching to my low-impact bike.
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