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To See How Much weight you can lose Riding a stationary Bike at a very light effort (50 watts)...

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  • You'll burn calories Riding a stationary Bike at a very light effort so...
  • You'll lose pounds a Week or...
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  • You'll lose pounds a Year Riding a stationary Bike at a very light effort minutes everyday or...
  • You can lose pounds a Year Riding a stationary Bike at a very light effort minutes 3 times a week but...

You can lose weight even faster if you Ride a stationary Bike at a very light effort &...

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  • You'll lose up to lbs. a Week or...
  • You'll lose up to lbs. a Month or...
  • You'll lose up to lbs. a Year.
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If you're Riding a stationary Bike at a very light effort minutes everyday & still can't lose weight...

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Adrian Bryant NowLoss.com
Adrian, I'm Only Down 22 Pounds in 3 Weeks with your plan Why haven't I lost 30 lbs. by now? Please respond ASAP!!!Naomi Wiley
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Stacy

Hi I have a question. I just recently started my diet. I burn approximately 2000 calories a day. By consuming 2500 calories a day will I still lose weight? I mean, I've read that a woman my age (31) naturally burns 1800 calories a day just by living. So if I add those 1800 calories plus the calories I burn by doing cardio (2000) that would mean that would mean that I will burn a total of 3800 calories a day right? If that's correct then that would mean that I've burned 1300 calories more than I consumed right? These answers will greatly be appreciated and clear up the confusion. Without these answers I'm afraid I'll end up be setting myself up for failure and continue to gain which is not what I wanna do. Thanks very much in advanced.

January 04, 2016

Adrian Bryant

you're right but it is highly unlikely you are burning 2000 calories? may i ask how you are burning 2000 calories working out

January 04, 2016


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