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198.0 lb
Lost so far: 20.0 lb

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178.0 lb
Performance: losing 0.2 lb a week

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178.0 lb
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Exercise Deffinitions
Thanks for the response.
Swimming though is cardio and resistance – so strength. Just do a couple of laps with hand-paddles and feel the burn – and watch the muscle definition.
I do like your idea of measuring by ability to speak: fast = no, moderate = yes, slow = readily but this would obviously have to do with your condition. For example, a smoker who swims one lap in two minutes would equal a swimmer who swims the same in ten seconds.
It seems that there should be some point of reference: I swim a mile in 45 minutes so a lap (25 yards) every 40 seconds. Is fast a lap/30s?
What is the sites definition? what do they mean. It's really vague.
PS – Like your speed quote.
posted 17 Dec 2013, 10:53
Exercise Deffinitions
Does anyone have any idea what the definition of "fast," "moderate" and "slow" swimming is - or for that matter, "moderate" weights?

I do 45 minutes of weights in the morning followed by 45 minutes of lap swimming. For weights, which is primarily cables/dumbells (no barbells), I am usually panting at about 30 minutes as I do opposing sets (so 12/10/8 pull-ups/push-ups, etc). Swimming I am at a mile (66 laps) in 45 minutes.

So what are the definitions and if you have them, what is your source?
posted 17 Dec 2013, 09:34
Do you weight in before and after you exercise?
Stacie:
While you are correct re the best time to weigh in, your trainer is wrong. Inflammation does not cause weight gain. Typically, you will weigh less after a strenuous workout simply from sweating aka water loss.
posted 30 Jan 2011, 23:02
Do you weight in before and after you exercise?
You should lose weight - mostly water - so once you quench your thirst, you will gain most of it back.

It only makes sense. A gallon of water weighs eight pounds so every 16oz you drink = 1 lb.
posted 30 Jan 2011, 10:08
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