Our expert says:
I think starting out, do all that you can do - if that's 3 days a week, because of time constraints, then that's what you do. If it's 4 days a week, then even better. Once it gets down to 2 days a week, then it starts to become a problem, and time to start looking at the week and seeing if you can find ways to get an extra day or two - there's always a point where you have to prioritize when it comes to training and so if you're serious about this weight loss, that's what it takes!
So yes, 30 minutes, at least 4 times per week is where to start. Expect change to happen slowly - you'll find that nothing happens, but don't panic - it's because it takes a few weeks, sometimes a month to get over the initial bump and then once you're fitter and able to train that little bit harder, things accelerate. You can do enough in about 45 minutes per day, provided you're consistent and do it frequently enough.
And don't forget diet - I know you're on weight less, but there are many small things that can make big differences and so that's something to consider too - if you can see a dietician, get a bit of advice on that, then it can really help. In fact, I'd say that now, in the early days, diet is more important than exercise.
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