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Posted by: mia | 2012/02/15

exercise

can one tone-up/shape up/lose weight with only exercising without dieting,

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hi Mia

Yes, but it's much more effective if the diet "plays along". If you are currently doing no training and eating OK, for example, then the addition of training could tilt the balance towards helping you lose weight and tone up. The danger is that when you add the training, you will stimulate appetite and so the diet changes BECAUSE you train, and it changes in a way that prevents you from succeeding! That's why it's always best to approach both. Recognize that as a result of training, your diet and appetite will change, and if you manage that right, then you'll achieve the goal you're after!

Ross

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Posted by: Jhun | 2012/03/13

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Posted by: fitnessdoc | 2012/02/17

hi Mia

Yes, but it's much more effective if the diet "plays along". If you are currently doing no training and eating OK, for example, then the addition of training could tilt the balance towards helping you lose weight and tone up. The danger is that when you add the training, you will stimulate appetite and so the diet changes BECAUSE you train, and it changes in a way that prevents you from succeeding! That's why it's always best to approach both. Recognize that as a result of training, your diet and appetite will change, and if you manage that right, then you'll achieve the goal you're after!

Ross

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Posted by: fitnessdoc | 2012/02/17

hi Mia

Yes, but it's much more effective if the diet "plays along". If you are currently doing no training and eating OK, for example, then the addition of training could tilt the balance towards helping you lose weight and tone up. The danger is that when you add the training, you will stimulate appetite and so the diet changes BECAUSE you train, and it changes in a way that prevents you from succeeding! That's why it's always best to approach both. Recognize that as a result of training, your diet and appetite will change, and if you manage that right, then you'll achieve the goal you're after!

Ross

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