frankiefucocs wrote: »
Here is my situation, my job is strenuous. I require walking up to 60 miles a week, while loading and unloading 50 lbs of fertilizer, up to 1000lb or more a day. It is never on flat ground so goings up hills with 80lbs of fert in the hopper is heart pounding. I have to keep a constant 3.5 mph to get even coverage on lawns. This is my job, there no stopping, there is no sitting on your *kitten* and exercising.
So what would you do on OMAD?, As my eating habits are very close to Omad. weight loss seems impossible
slurio wrote: »
If all I have to lose is 20 lb and just started OMAD, I don't exercise , will it help me ? I know it would it just makes sense that it will but it not being accompanied with exercises is not very efficient for me right?
janjandangin wrote: »
. . . and I am so much determined to make it as a lifestyle not just a diet plan.
arguablysamson wrote: »
I get lots of messages from people with a sizable amount of weight to lose who are having trouble losing when they otherwise wouldn't be for mainly one simple reason--too much exercise. It is important to remember that if you have more than 50 lbs to drop, your dieting needs are different from these casual weight-losers on MFP who just want to carve off something like 5 or 25 lbs from their midsection.
The truth about exercise ....
blambo61 wrote: »
I think it is harder to lose weight while exercising heavily since it will make you really hungry. Someone 100-lbs overweight is at serious risk of injury if doing on-the-feet exercises. I would only walk slowly and probably only 3xweek max. Easy stationary biking or swimming is much more forgiving but I do think the emphasis right now for you should be just getting weight off. Good luck
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