Our expert says:
It's a place to start, but of course if you can improve, the you see more results. The problem you're experiencing (the stomach) is a tough one to overcome and it usually requires more exercise, and so I do think that if you can increase your training volume and intensity, it will be better for you.
That's not to say that you're wasting your time, because you're not. But that knee problem shouldn't keep you from doing what you can do - and you know that you could do 30 minutes a day of running, so that should be the aim to return to. Which means sorting out that knee injury.
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