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Best exercise machine to loose weight

Flab09 Avatar
5y, 10m agoPosted 5 years, 10 months ago
Over recent month have put on a few 'pounds' would like the know the best way to shed the weight.

The best exercise bike/machines etc.

Thanks in advance
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5y, 10m agoPosted 5 years, 10 months ago
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2 Likes #1
Trainers,legs,streets and sort your diet out

Edited By: boothy on Feb 25, 2011 15:29
banned#2
I would say the exercise bike is the worst machine really.
1 Like #3
dont know about exercise machine,but heard sowing up your mouth works a treat
#4
Bikes are terrible, a step or running machine are the best for burning calories.

Whichever one you are most likely to use would be the best though. I loathe running, so having a running machine would do me no good at all :P
#5
You burn 100calories per mile you run so you are better off not eating as much, than you are going for a run in terms of weight loss. Of course its better to diet as well as exercise.

Edited By: maximoshark on Feb 25, 2011 16:02: spelling
#6
Change diet and exercise using a few different techniques, rather than just running or just using the bike. Losing weight and getting healthy is a lifestyle choice, those who think they can diet and get in shape in 3/4 months never do. If your obese then you'll never get "thin" without a complete overhaul of your lifestyle so either: 1. Forget about it and enjoy the burgers and fries or 2. Be prepared for 2 years of hard graft before you see massively different results.

Edited By: super_leeds_86 on Feb 25, 2011 15:45
#7
i find running boring so i joined an aerobics/zumba class and its really fun.....remember to tone up as well as burn the fat :)

but like other have said if your diet is crap then theres no point in exercising


Edited By: ilovepink on Feb 25, 2011 15:47
#8
Thanks for the advice people :)

Could you recommend running/stepping machines please?
#9
A fit woman that wants it day and night, if that's no good an elliptical air walker seems to work
#10
a cross trainers burns off more calaries
#11
maximoshark
You burn 100calories per mile you run so you are better off not eating as much, than you are going for a run in terms of weight loss. Of course its better to diet as well as exercise.


Always seems to register as rather more than that for me. Either you're wrong or I'm seriously overweight ( the heavier you are the more calories you use). Fairly sure I'm not that big, so come to your own conclusion...
#12
I've decided to go with this from Argos York Aspire Cross Trainer reviews are pretty good 4.6/5 111 reviews.

What do you guys think, any good?

Edited By: Flab09 on Mar 01, 2011 21:39
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GO OUTSIDE
#14
bykergrove
GO OUTSIDE


WTF

IS DIS REAL?!

what about the interwebz, who will look after it, if we go outside?!
#15
I would strongly recommend never to buy any exercise equipment new look on gumtree, ebay, freecycle you would probably be able to pick one up at quarter the price or if your lucky free.
banned 1 Like #16
numptyj
bykergrove
GO OUTSIDE


WTF

IS DIS REAL?!

what about the interwebz, who will look after it, if we go outside?!


We'll take it with us:

http://goldcoaster.files.wordpress.com/2007/09/the_internet_on_one_disk.jpg
#17
zannaz82
maximoshark
You burn 100calories per mile you run so you are better off not eating as much, than you are going for a run in terms of weight loss. Of course its better to diet as well as exercise.


Always seems to register as rather more than that for me. Either you're wrong or I'm seriously overweight ( the heavier you are the more calories you use). Fairly sure I'm not that big, so come to your own conclusion...


Depends on what you are using to count the calories. Am I wrong or is your machine wrong? At the end of the day they are probably both estimations.

http://www.guardian.co.uk/lifeandstyle/2010/sep/19/exercise-dieting-public-health

Edited By: maximoshark on Mar 01, 2011 21:49
1 Like #18
rowing is one of the best machines in the gym for weight loss. make sure you are doing it right tho.
1 Like #19
The best one is going to be one you enjoy the most - one that you're going to be less likely to give up in a couple of weeks / months

Edited By: Matrixblade on Mar 01, 2011 22:58
#20
STAIRS...
#21
Get a decent rowing machine. Workouts are a bit harder but uses all the major muscle groups, I believe it burns more calories per hour than any other machine. I use rower every morning fasted, 10 mins warmup then 14 mins HIIT, in my opinion you won't get a better workout in that timeframe.

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