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I mostly walk on treadmill, averaging 3.5 mph, same as walking outside. A mile walking to gym takes me roughly 20 minutes, on the treadmill it’s about 16 minutes at my best to do a mile. But I get a mile done on the elliptical in around 8 minutes. I have noticed that on the elliptical I actually run the entire time, or rather swing lol. 1. Every “body” needs a specific amount of calories to function.
2. When you eat more calories than what you need (calorie surplus) you gain weight. 3. When you eat less calories than what you need (calorie deficit) you loose weight. in other word. Add in a half-hour on the elliptical 6 days a week, burning 400 calories each time, and you’ll burn an extra 2,400 calories. That would bring your total deficit to 5,900 a week, or over 1.5 pounds of weight loss weekly.
The stride length of your elliptical is a measure of one stride from the forward-most position to the back-most position. A common stride length ranges from 14 to 22 inches. Calculate a mile traveled on an elliptical by taking the number of inches in a mile, which is 63,360 inches, and dividing it by the stride length of your elliptical.
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