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It's not so much about which one, but more about consistancy, intensity, muscle confusion and nutrition. You definitely need to change things up every 4 to 5 weeks at the longest. Also look at your nutrition.
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I am not an expert...but can only speak from my own experience.
When I was walking only I seemed to maintain. Once I added strength training I started to see results, especially in inches. A combination of both has gotten me great results.
If you have access to weight machines, I would suggest giving them a shot. If not, grab some hand weights and check out some of the free spark videos.
I now balance out walking/running/and strength training.
I have been using the treadmill for about 3 months now. I haven't seen big results in weight or inches. I recently started jogging but now I have an injury and have to stop for a while. I was wanting to know from everyone's own experience which exercise or machine has showed you the best results. I have a bow flex (weight lifting machine), eliptical, and a treadmill. Maybe I should rotate every couple of weeks? What do you think?
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