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Old 17-06-2019, 11:58 PM   #31
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Ugh! I needed to get my Aerobic Exercise Equipments since there is no Pre-emptive and Periodic Maintenance of them in my Condominium. Unfortunately, this is a bad habit that prevails in order to cut “unnecessary” Expenses. However, this is foolishness and recklessness, for cheap becomes always expensive! Ugh... You get what you pay for!

I interrupted my Physical Exercise routine for a few weeks to await the arrival of such Aerobic Exercise Equipments (manufactured by Speedo, a brand of quality by the way! ).) and I was able to obtain some pertinent informations:

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• It is easier for you to lose your Fitness than to keep it!
• It takes a few weeks for you to get reacquainted with the Physical Exercise (regain your previous Fitness)! I needed to be patient and gradually and fortunately, I was able to recover my Fitness and also my Weight (BMI of 20). *phew* *whew*
• I avoided using the Elliptical Trainer (causing headache and vertigo), but I came to appreciate it. I use alternately the Elliptical Trainer with the Exercise Treadmill. And I stopped using the Stationary Bicycle since using the Elliptical Trainer burns calories almost as much as using the Exercise Treadmill. OTOH, using the Stationary Bicycle burns only 60% of Exercise Treadmill.
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Old 18-06-2019, 12:06 AM   #32
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A suggestion from my Physical Exercise routine 5 times a week:

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• Jogging for 15 minutes and Walking / Running for 5 minutes - 20 Minute Interval. Depending on your Physical condition, you can practice “n” 20 Minute Intervals per day;
• Use the Elliptical Trainer striding in a Reverse Motion for 15 minutes and striding in a Forward Motion for 5 minutes (or using Stationary Bicycle for 5 minutes) - 20 Minute Interval. Depending on your Physical condition, you practice “n” 20 Minute Intervals per day;
• Running for 15 minutes and Walking / Jogging for 5 minutes - 20 Minute Interval. Depending on your Physical condition, you can practice “n” 20 Minute Intervals per day;
• Use the Elliptical Trainer striding in a Forward Motion for 15 minutes and striding in a Reverse Motion for 5 minutes (or using Stationary Bicycle for 5 minutes) - 20 Minute Interval. Depending on your Physical condition, you practice “n” 20 Minute Intervals per day;
• Running for 15 minutes and Walking / Jogging for 5 minutes - 20 Minute Interval. Depending on your Physical condition, you can practice “n” 20 Minute Intervals per day.
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I realize that Exercising Physically using the Elliptical Trainer tires muscles more than the Exercise Treadmill! Why? I do not know, but I have some assumptions :

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• Using the Elliptical Trainer and / or Stationary Bicycle needs your muscles to move the pedals. The “Motor” of the Elliptical and / or Stationary Bicycle are the Human Muscles. In other words, the Speed of Motion of the Aerobic Exercise Equipments (Elliptical Trainer and / or Stationary Bicycle) are determined by the effort from the Human Muscles ;
• On the other hand, although you perspire more when using the Exercise Treadmill, there is the Electric Motor that drives the Exercise Treadmill. You just keep up with the Speed provided by the Motor of the Exercise Treadmill.
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A suggestion from my Physical Exercise routine 5 times a week:

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• Jogging for 15 minutes and Walking / Running for 5 minutes - 20 Minute Interval. Depending on your Physical condition, you can practice “n” 20 Minute Intervals per day;
• Use the Elliptical Trainer striding in a Reverse Motion for 15 minutes and striding in a Forward Motion for 5 minutes (or using Stationary Bicycle for 5 minutes) - 20 Minute Interval. Depending on your Physical condition, you practice “n” 20 Minute Intervals per day;
• Running for 15 minutes and Walking / Jogging for 5 minutes - 20 Minute Interval. Depending on your Physical condition, you can practice “n” 20 Minute Intervals per day;
• Use the Elliptical Trainer striding in a Forward Motion for 15 minutes and striding in a Reverse Motion for 5 minutes (or using Stationary Bicycle for 5 minutes) - 20 Minute Interval. Depending on your Physical condition, you practice “n” 20 Minute Intervals per day;
• Running for 15 minutes and Walking / Jogging for 5 minutes - 20 Minute Interval. Depending on your Physical condition, you can practice “n” 20 Minute Intervals per day.
I suggested that way so that there is more body metabolism and consequently more caloric burn and weight loss faster and more efficiently.

And you can also “rest” while walking for 05 minutes!


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It is certainly a Win-Win situation! After all, I managed to lose more weight even with this method (BMI 19! ) and avoiding meat consumption (eating only light cheese) and eating less carbohydrate.
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I realize that Exercising Physically using the Elliptical Trainer tires muscles more than the Exercise Treadmill! Why? I do not know, but I have some assumptions :

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• Using the Elliptical Trainer and / or Stationary Bicycle needs your muscles to move the pedals. The “Motor” of the Elliptical and / or Stationary Bicycle are the Human Muscles. In other words, the Speed of Motion of the Aerobic Exercise Equipments (Elliptical Trainer and / or Stationary Bicycle) are determined by the effort from the Human Muscles ;
• On the other hand, although you perspire more when using the Exercise Treadmill, there is the Electric Motor that drives the Exercise Treadmill. You just keep up with the Speed provided by the Motor of the Exercise Treadmill.
The use of Exercise Treadmill can cause a breathless for beginners, but on the other hand, the use of the Elliptical Trainer can cause muscle fatigue although there is less sweat and no breathless.

Caution, patience and planning are needed. Fortunately, I have overcome these initial difficulties.
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