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On a rainy day, if you live somewhere flat, or if you’re looking for a change of scenery, walking or running on the treadmill can deliver a solid workout — especially if you play with incline. Hill work on the treadmill allows you to strengthen different muscles and increase your heart rate to burn more calories, says Amanda Nurse, a run coach based in Brookline, Massachusetts. Calories: 268; Speed: 3.1 mph; Time: 30 minutes; Weight: 182 lbs; Incline: 6%; Calories: 305; As you can see the only thing that changed was the incline in 2 of the 30 minute workouts. Otherwise the calories burned went from 250 on the flat to 305 when the incline was 6%.The incline makes a big difference when you’re walking. Pumping up the incline on the treadmill not only tones your tush and legs, increases your endurance, and can help improve your speed, but also burns crazy calories.

Take a Positive Slant Love ’em or hate ’em, hills sure do burn calories—more than 400 in 35 minutes with Ryan’s Hit the Hills workout, which alternates between sprinting at no or low inclines, jogging at mid-range elevation, and walking steep hills. Burn more calories When walking at an incline, you burn more calories. A 150 lb person burns an additional 48 calories per mile when walking uphill at 3.5 mph. (That’s 68kg, 30 calories/km and 5.6 kph for our metric users!).

On the treadmill, though, you can tweak the incline setting to suit your needs. At a low treadmill incline setting of 2, for example, running for an hour at 6 mph expends about 60 more calories than on the flat. Amping it up to an incline of 5 boosts the difference in calorie burn to about 140 more calories than without an incline.

You can burn 500 calories on a treadmill in as little as 30 minutes or during the course of several hours, depending on how fast you run or walk. Your conditioning will determine how long it will take you to burn these calories, requiring you to walk at a slower pace to prevent fatigue, or letting you use several speeds and inclines to exercise. If you use the arm poles on an elliptical, then you burn more calories. A woman weighing 150 pounds burns around 300 calories while running on a treadmill at a speed of 10 mph in 30 minutes.

Running on an incline increases the total number of calories burned. I don’t have a lot of time to walk endlessly to just burn a few calories, and I get bored with more than 15 minutes, so I’ve started trying out different degrees of incline. Check out this calories-burned calculator (see treadmill listings on the far right).

Using an elliptical with arm poles burns more calories. The average 30-minute run on a treadmill for a 155-pound person going approximately at a 10-minute-mile pace burns about 223 calories. Running on an incline amps the calorie burn.

So does choosing an interval workout.

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The manufacturers claim that compared to walking on a flat setting, exercising onan incline trainer burns three tofive times the number of calories.

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The more times you do the same distance, the easier it gets and the fewer calories you burn.

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Typical exercise machines like stairs, rowing machines, and bikes that allow you to count calories can burn about 500 Calories each hour, depending on the activity.

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And as your body becomes more efficient at running, that 195 calories you burn on the treadmill will decrease to about 125.

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  • I am 44 years old 291lbs at present. I have been walking on a incline for over 6 weeks now, for weight loss and to get fitter. I started off at 5% at 4kmph for 30 mins and have now worked my way up to 60mins at 10% and 4kmph.
    Today I mixed it up a little, doing intervals. 10% at 4kmph for 1 min and then 2 mins at 22% at 4.8kmph for 55 mins that was a killer for me lol

  • It really matters if you’re using the numberst that the machine is giving you as the total number of calories burned. If you’re holding on. That number that you think you burned is not true.

  • I’m 260 6”0 tall and I just started working out yesterday I put the incline on 15 and speed on 3.0 and every 10 minutes I go up 1 speed last 2 days I’ve been doing 40 mins I hold on though is that ok?

  • In short terms, aerobic exercises(walking) primarily use fat as energy, while anaerobic exercises(out of breathe) will focus on glycogen and short term energy sources and tend to spike cortisol, resulting in insulin spikes and fat storage.

  • It’s funny because I am probably one of the few people at my gym that does legit hands free walking on the 15% incline. Also I go for an entire hour. It’s actually crazy that it burns 900+ cals for me at my bodyweight. Best part IMO is that it is low impact. People are destroying their joints with long distance jogging when they can have 10x the fat loss and calorie burn overall incline walking.

  • Excellent tip! I’m a huge proponent of incline treadmill walking when done correctly. No holding on ever!! Best form of cardio in my opinion. Shred fat while being kind to your knees, hips, and back ����

  • The higher the intensity of cardio, the more carbs are burned. The lower the intensity of cardio, the more fat is burned. That’s it from now on I’ll just walk and save my legs from unnecessary injuries

  • Okay. I have watched this video and one other on walking being better for fat loss, and my 20 pound weight loss 3 years ago proves that out for me. I have hip troubles that made me stop moving altogether due to pain. Being T2D, and probably fitting into the obese category, I want to do something about it, so I have started walking indoors to walking videos. Now. In my quest to start moving more and LOSE FAT, I have eigh question: What, pray tell, is the difference between losing weight………… and losing FAT? And do you have suggestions on how to burn off/get rid of, visceral fat? BTW, I find these “talks” VERY informative and enjoy them much. Thank you for them. Have a blessed day.

  • At 47 and 275 pounds with not a lot of muscle and lung issues, I was in a bad way! I was on 3 inhalers and going up 3 steps made me winded, I started by walking, and only walking, 5 minutes at a time, and progressed every day. Sometimes I did great sometimes I didn’t, but i kept going. I cut out processed food and added sugar, kept walking my way to losing 60lbs. Started lifting while still walking every day and lost a total of 120lbs! I’m now running obstacle courses and mudruns, still lifting and still walking everyday. I’ve maintained the fat loss for over a year now> Just WALK WALK WALK

  • I’m a runner.. normal pace about 5.45 min/mile. However, developed what i thought was a stress fracture… backed off and started using tread… eventually i discovered that i could use the tread with an incline and slower speed to bring my effort back up without aggravating the apparent injury through high impact of actually running faster.

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  • Wife and I just walked 6 miles or about 14k steps yesterday and I did it in a pair of Prada loafers��. No joke, the wife was like “let’s take a walk”! Thought we’d be out for 10-15 mins but nope, a couple hours later and we’re still walking!

    Prob the longest I have ever walked but had some great conversation and was def sore when I first came home. Woke up this morning aft a great nights sleep and feel almost 100%.

    Agree that it’s a great form of exercise and more and more data indicating it’s probably as good as running if not better and less prone to injury. Def going to do more walking now.

  • I use it daily for 30 mins. Warm up for 5 on no incline. Then I do 1 minute walks on 3.5 speed increasing the incline after a minute. I start on 7 incline and go to 10 incline. Rest and repeat. I lost allot of weight. On weekends I jog outside.

  • I do 10 speed 10 incline. For a minute. And then I do 4 speed and about 3 incline walking for a minute. Repeat 5 times and then I feel like I’m going to pass OUT. But it feels good afterwards.

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  • I live in Old Town Prague. I am 56. I walk 2 hours per day, everyday. I work with my trainer 6 days a week. 12% body fat, chiseled. And my diet is not very good. I eat everything.

  • This isn’t the proper way, which is why he feels like he is going to throw up. You must allow you body to fully recover from the HIIT before you go back into it. His rest period is too short. ������!

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  • HIIT is a muscle sparring cardio? Seriously? Yeah no, it’s the opposite and it has huge recovery times. You probably even burned less than 250-300 at most. Also, research shows excess post oxygen consumption or after burn would only burn less than 15% of total workout which is not much. Do LISS and Weight Train if your goal is to lose fat this is very inefficient if your goal is to lose body fat

  • Walking works miracles. Have walked 10km on dry fasting and lost crazy amount of weight. Went from 120kg to 73kg now. Looking forward to building some muscle size and lose the remaining fat

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  • Started doing This today instead of running for 1 hr, I did 9 incline and 14 speed I’m just used to the treadmill, it was very fun and I wanted to puke haha

  • I can always rely on high intensity incline sprinting when I gain extra lbs and need to shed them fast. It’s crazy, every single thing he said I believe strongly too. Nothing can take you to that point of complete exhaustion as high intensity short intervals sprints! It clears my mind, burns my aggression and just strengthens me inside and out. It’s truly amazing! My goal is to sprint incline 15 speed 16. So far my best was 15incline 13speed and incline10 speed 15. You have to be consistent with increasing your speeds but take it slow. I do heavy weights in between my sprints.

  • I shouldn’t done this i did it on speed 10 no more level after that.
    After 1 week my chest started pains on mid mostly sometimes left and right. Pains at night always.

    I completed all sets I think maybe I didn’t drink water enough

  • I really like her colourful trainers reminds me of the time a few years i also had a pair of colourful asics sneakers mostly orangey yellow

  • I unintentionally lost about 10 lbs from walking everywhere in a new city for about 3 months straight…i was already quite thin so i shouldve upped my meals…but now that i have some lbs to lose will definitely try it again! It just helps if you live in a nice city you enjoy sightseeing through.

  • I haven’t exercised since 14. Always been skinny. Now I’m 39 with 3 kids and slim. But fat slim. So I started walking 40 minutes 4-5 days a week at a rate of 7.5km and I do 5 Km.
    Burn around 355 calories in 40 minutes and I feel fantastic and my clothes are already getting looser ( I have been speed walking for 2 and half a weeks after a 25 year break mind). I have high hopes as to how I will shape up in 2 months:) it’s helping with everything. Aches pains energy incentive to eat cleaner:)

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  • I’m just 14 years old is incline is for me can i use incline or treadmill or cycling plzz tell me and in which speed i can use incline plzz tell me

  • I got a question. I am mechanic so I’m always walking. Like 10-14k day steps. I wanna lose my dad bod and I walk at my lunch for 39 min a day. I also go to gym to try weight training but the scale went up when I lift, what’s happening?

  • So it will make your leg muscles bigger instead of slimming your legs. All research I have done online says incline walking helps to legs

  • When I put feet on that thing what ever you call, I just run like flesh, never care about the what the display says, because I don’t know. ���� Whx that numbers mean. Damnn***

  • This is what I’m looking for!! I start doing this a little at a time getting heart rate up high then rest then again… I didn’t see a lot of result fr9m moderate pacing…

  • Ok so I’ve watched several videos about LISS and they state that it helps you maintain your muscle mass (with studies to back it up) while here you say LISS makes you lose muscle. Which is it man

  • i am doing a hill walk for 2 minutes incline….. then a run at 7 incline at speed 6.5 for 30 minutes… its working very well. i might try this….

  • For outside walks, should these be brisk walks or more along the lines of a casual strolling? Should we have a goal “amount of time ” we should walk daily?

  • I like to hold on to the handles, put on my favorite music or podcast, close my eyes and zone out. You can’t do that if you free walk. And I find if you hold on you also work your upper body quite a lot because you’re pulling yourself forward while you walk.

  • I started this today but with 30 seconds rest. I’m going to do it every two days for a month and possibly more. I’ll keep you updated on the progress.

  • Yes, I think you definitely should have mentioned something about getting on and off safely. I’ve seen a lot of birds, planes, no it’s someone new to treadmill HIIT! �� But it does work! I just watch the time and every point of a mile I increase the speed then decrease it. It is a great workout!

  • Hey brix try a free workout at orangetheory fitness guarantee you will like it and it will kick your ass. It’s HIIT on treadmill and water rower, then weight floor exercises

  • I have Morton’s Neuroma, walking too much will cause my nerve to swell. what other alternatives can I do? or is there an exercise to help build strength on my foot?

  • Im here after 4 months
    In the biginning i couldnt do it with incline but now
    im still doing THIS exercise, now with 10 rounds with 9 incline, i have lost 22,05 Ibs in 4 months! I Mean i hav done other exercise, but THIS is the one i have done 90 % of the time! ��

    Good luck Guys! If I can do it, YOU can do it

  • Did they show dude with that big ass herpie on his lip to also show that NOT ONLY will your body be sore a couple of days but you will also get a herpie too if you don’t warm up BEFORE exercising???

  • Just back from my daily 10k walk. I walk in the Japan mountains, for me best way to control my weight, fresher air and so enjoyable.
    Great video ��

  • I have starting my treadmill at level of 5.6 km/h. At 15 min.for jogging.so can you suggest me how I want to start.so is this practice right or wrong???plz reply me

  • i walk about 15 min. from home to the gym. does that counts as a worm up? or the worm up must be exactly before i start on the treadmill?

  • Hey, thx for the video..!! I just got a treadmill home today and I wanna reduce weight and belly fat. how should I start its been a long time! kindly suggest

  • I lived in Okinawa. They still farm and cut grass the old fashioned way (without machines) and eat fresh fish from the ports. They tend their animals on acreage and there are lots of hills. And, they don’t eat a lot of fast food or processed food.

  • Hey Paul, I’ve watched another of your videos called “Calories too low” I believe it was called. Anyways, you touched up on burning fat using low intensity, steady state cardio as you mentioned here as well. How is it that track athletes are so lean if all they do is sprint all the time? I ran track myself in high school and can attest to that. What about boxers? They train very hard with high intensity training yet they are very lean come fight night? If you train with high intensity but on a deficit with low carbs, isn’t then when your body uses fats as energy b/c your body already depleted it’s carb source?

  • This is all soooo true. My mother is from a Blue Zone, Nicoya Costa Rica. Her grandmother pases away at 99, lucid mind, remembered everyone’s birthday, her hearing was perfect. She was a teacher and would walk 4 miles from the top of a mountain to the valley to go to work. Healthy wholesome eating and daily excercise.

    Now my mom, at 72, has taking to walking on a treadmill to waken those blue zone genes. But she looks well under 65, anyway. Must be those genes. But my mom always says, people dont walk anymore. It’s all about that constant, slow and steady movement for a good length of time that seems to be magic.

  • It is not so much the incline that burns calories but running itself. Running works 60% of your body mass. This is why running is so good at weight loss. Nordic skiing works about 80% of body mass. No other form of exercise activity (cycling, rowing etc.,) comes close to running for weight loss. However weight loss is largely up to proper diet. Cut out all the processed sugar and you lose weight much quicker than running. Combine both and you will be lean, strong and have a good aerobic capacity.

  • I just got a manuel treadmill with an incline and it provides an intensive workout. I do a 30 minute workout where I walk/jog/run and at the end of my 30 minutes I’m sweating profusely!

  • Seriously your one of the best before and after i have seen on YouTube good job on your hard work. You should have your own nike commercial

  • My heart stared raising just watching you on the treadmill. Fastest I’ve gone on the treadmill is 7 speed. There’s no way I can go 12! ��

  • Can anyone give me advice? Interm of calories expenditure if I lift weight for 1 hr compare to incline walking 1 hr which one requires more energy used

  • Started walking 45mins per day or 10,000 steps a day during lockdown because gyms were closed, I’m so much leaner now the gyms are open. It’s nice to see some definition for once

  • This is so spot on! Underrated advice. I used to burn myself out trying to run and jog all the time. Hurting my knees etc. I started doing a 15% incline treadmill walk around 2.3 mph for 45 minutes. I can recover so quickly the next day; never sore. Knees feel great and I BURN a lot of calories400-500 in 45 minutes and I can hold my phone the whole time! haha If you try it DO NOT hold onto the top of the treadmill or put your hands on the handles or the incline doesn’t counta pet peeve of mine. Not to mention I have not experience hardly any delayed onset muscle soreness since I began lifting and walking. Even if I feel a little sore, e.g., calf muscles a little walk will take out the soreness. Go Bulls.

  • Walking is such a gem. When I started college, I was 5’9 and 270lbs. The campus was in a bike-town yet never got a bike, so I just walked to get around.
    After my freshman year, I went down to 230lbs, and grew to 6’1. By summer of next year, I was down to 175lbs.
    Now I won’t say walking will make you taller, but it can wipe away many of your dietary sins with very minimal effort. Not to mention it clears your mind and helps with your sleep.

  • I used my treadmill for 4 mths and lost 28 pounds. I just bought a spin bike and hope that it is just as good as my treadmill with weight loss.

  • Huh! Having kids had the exact opposite effect on me. I used to go out at whatever time of the day or night and walk, or run, or dance, or all of the above in some combination, a good portion of a day sometimes for weeks or even months at a time. But, walking to the grocery store, holding little hands, slows one down. Doing that while carrying groceries and walking on glare ice is highly dangerous. So, then, it is time to get a ride to the store, or, go to the store less often. And, having to dress children for the weather and deal with their stamina means shorter walks done less often. So, I went from being the sort of person who could walk 40 miles or so to the next town, walk around, get bored and walk home however long that took to being the sort of person who struggled to walk 1 mile to the store. Though, it wasn’t all kids. It was, a lot of it, stress and not being allowed to sleep due to marrying the wrong man.
    I would have brief periods of time where i could get back to walking 26 miles to work (because, he wouldn’t or couldn’t take me), putting in a full shift or more and walking halfway or all the way home. Or, things like that. But, most of my adult life, after I had kids, was weight gain and being stuck at or close to home, or, in an office setting, whereas, before I had kids, most of my time was walking, swimming,dancing, running, lifting weights just for fun, chopping wood, hauling water… but, mostly, walking.

  • I eat 2000 calories a day, give or take. Doing IF with an 8 hour window eating twice a day. I walk for an hour every morning on an empty stomach, burning 400-500 calories. I’m down 25 pounds in 3 months. I have 25 more pounds to go. I’m slowly incorporating weights into my routine. But you can absolutely lose body fat just by walking. I’m happy with 1-2 pounds per week.

  • Just discovered this during COVID19 lockdown. Tried HITT and jogging. Both hard and post workout soreness so days off exercise. Discovered walking. Began walking every day -10k steps and the weight is dropping off.

  • Great video Paul! I have been trying to run at 250 and really struggling with the pain in my lower legs. This video and my own thought about this made me decide to just walk until I am at a more manageable weight.

  • This is why I like doing landscaping. Outside all day using my body to work. I’m still fat lmao but it helps. Been incorporating more walking after work when I can. I think I can get from 225 to 170 by the end of this year, hopefully anyway. It is my goal.

  • Why didnt you show a set without speeding it up so we could see how fast you’re running.. whats the point of watching it sped up lol

  • I can’t believe you don’t do HIIT cardio but still remain so incredibly ripped. Ive been doing a ton of HIIT training and although ive noticed positives ive also notices some negatives like more aches and pains etc. However after watching this i think im going to implement more LISS into my fitness regime. You’ve truly made me stop and think about my cardio activities. Thank your sir��

  • It’s good for cardio and toning I use the incline all the time on my treadmill. It’s the best way to lose weight and tone,2 in one workout.Toning and weightloss. No fat after doing this for several months.

  • Lol for me I do two miles First mile 2.0 incline -6.0 or 6.5 speed
    The second mile I increase incline to 4.0 or 5.0
    All this sprinting…when it’s at 1.50 I slow down for a bit than at 1.70 I go back to the 4.0 (incline)-6.5(speed) and at 1.85 I increase at 7 incline and 8.0 speed
    Trust me that’s 5xs better than running normal speed for two miles.. two miles to me without the incline it simple for me but the incline completely makes it way tougher to the point that I’m breathing hard af after I’m done

  • Just watched this video for the first time. Dude, RAYS UP! I went to that same game on the 7th when KK hit that BOMB. Shame the Astros are dirty disgusting cheaters. You based in TB? I’m over in St. Pete. Love the channel and thanks for all the amazing content! Rays World Series champs 2020!

  • People are still selling the blue zones bs lol. It’s crazy how to this day so many haven’t realised that it was all about the height. Short population live better and longer that’s all it has ever been. All the fake correlation are hilarious tho

  • I just want here from somebody saying that these treadmills aren’t garbage or some power generaters for the gym.! ����. Because im gonna get into it man. Yu kknow.,movin, like a sex machine, can I count it on three..ah

  • Subbed! I just went down the rabbit hole of your many awesome videos just in time when I’m motivated to get fit. Now all I need is a cure for genetic ugliness.

  • my job required me to walk anywhere between 15k 20k steps a day. I still put on weight that year. cutting weight is all about diet.

  • Every time I add in walking or short cardio sessions (15 min a day) I notice a huge difference in my body composition. There will be cardio haters, but let em hate. I’ll continue to enjoy my daily walks �� thanks Paul!!!

  • You are so informative. Honestly I watched some people on instagram who say there is no point to walking. What you say makes complete sense and I admire how you speak to people of all fitness levels. Thank-you!

  • Walking changed my life in all honesty I found myself in just putting headphones in and exploring, 20k steps a day at work in a supermarket and one mountain climb a week, fat loss was slow, but it was enjoyable for me.

  • Walking is amazing for weight loss. By the end of the golf season I’ll be 12-18lb lighter than at the start. That’s despite weight training in the off season.

  • Video helped me with cutting. Would drive to gym during bulking with calories up. During cutting i lowered calories to maintenance levels but keeping protein at 0.8g per pound and slowly lost fat with minimal strength loss.

  • I do 3 things that keep the excess crap off: 1) walk, 2) jump rope and 3) go vegan. Never thought i would go vegan but now into month 2 and the pounds just dropped off. Also never thought i would be doing jump rope but so convenient and big HIIT workout.

  • I went from 341lbs to 258lbs in just about 5 months. I did not try to lose weight as fast possible, I just ate healthy and walked 3 to 4 times a week for about 50 minutes per. I did start hiking up a mountain near my house a couple times a week after about two months. Thats all I did. After a couple months I started losing 7lbs per week. That lasted for several weeks. I went from a 6X shirt to a 2X shirt (which was loose) in just 5 months. If I can do it ANYONE CAN!!

  • my current situation won’t let me cook regular food, I just have a microwave and a toaster. i have a mini fridge, no way to cook raw meat, it’s really hard to meal prep and be confident in my calorie counts like that. instead i have to keep track of each individual thing and enter it as i eat it, it’s annoying. i’d love to spend some time to measure out salad and put it in containers for the rest of the week, there’s just no room to do that in this place.

  • Big fan and new subscriber of yours…as I fall into your generation. A lot of great info’. Do you think time of day matters when. It comes to incorporating regular walking? Or is the old walking/cardio on an empty stomach first thing in the morning just a myth?

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  • Man, great breakdown. No subjective information added only facts, and you didn’t add any nomenclature that’s above the layman. Too often I find a lot of fitness advisors use and throw around terms and names of substrates without actually having any idea what they are or what their purpose is. I’m work in the chemistry field and it’s always bothersome to hear them use these terms without them having a clear knowledge on what why and how these things actually operate. So, well done on keeping it plain simple and easy to digest. You gained a subscriber.

  • Whenever I’m intentionally doing more long distance walking my midsection fat level is at its lowest. It’s just about finding the time…walking 5 miles a day takes more time than I usually have, but it’s my preferred way of pushing into the sub 10% BF. I can’t be on a treadmill or stairmaster for more than 5 minutes without going crazy, but I’ll happily walk outside for 2 hours straight. I wish I had 5 hours a day to do it.

  • How many times a week should you do something this intense? I do 3 days of weights and 3 of cardio now, would doing this those 3 days be too much?

  • Great video; thanks! I just added HIIT to my treadmill walking. Because I have severe osteoporosis (which is currently under aggressive treatment), doc’s orders are no running, indefinitely. Re: HIIT, the fastest I’m able to walk on the treadmill is 4 mph, which I do for 30 seconds, and then I rest for 2 minutes. Will doing HIIT this way without sprinting and with that longer rest still help me burn fat? If not, what changes would you suggest I make to my HIIT technique that will help me burn fat, taking my current physical limitations into account?

  • Question: What if my shift requires doing several “walk” throughs for my12 hours. On my job, I am required to conduct a check every 30 minutes. However, it ends up being WAY more than that throughout the night. Would this count for the “daily walk / cardio, or would doing more AFTER work be too much? Also, would love it if you could make a video on eating and those of us first responders who work at night. My shift is 7pm-7am. Thanks for the video Paul.

  • Hi Paul any tips on weight loss for seriously overweight people, I’m overweight and my partners more so we want to lose but dont want lots of loose skin. Happy to play the 1% loss a week game and maybe walking, any tips?

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