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Posted by: Lollies | 2005/12/01

passive exercise

Does passive exercise truely allow you to lose weight without drastically changing your dietary habits?

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Dear Lollies
I doubt that passive exercise will do more than tighten up your muscles. Only aerobic exercise which increases the amount of energy that you require on a daily basis will assist with weight loss and then it must also be combined with a low-energy diet. It is the combination of diet and active exercise that helps you lose weight.
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