weight-loss through a controlled exercise and nutrition plan that helps you burn more calories than you consume. So, give yourself a break on occasion - then get back on the programme afterwards.Day One: Running Off The Pounds | Day Two: Best Exercise
climbing, swimming and pool running - can keep you motivated and training consistently. This will help you achieve your weight-loss goals. The mixture of activities enables you to become fitter and burn more calories without pounding your legs.Day One
– and eat – to get the very best out of your body.Enduring Questions: What’s Your Ideal Weight? Start here - lock on to your weight-loss target by working out your ideal weight. GETTY IMAGESThe Basics To begin at the beginning – stick to simple healthy
Exercise Options | Day Three: Best Eating Routines For Runners | Day Four: Simple Ways To Count Your Calories | Day Five: Weight-Loss Week: Enjoy Your Food (that's what it's for)
and nuts, pretzels, cereal, yoghurt, fruit and natural peanut butter.Day One: Running Off The Pounds | Day Two: Best Exercise Options | Day Three: Best Eating Routines For Runners | Day Four: Simple Ways To Count Your Calories | Day Five: Weight-Loss
a healthy diet. Which is half the weight-loss battle.The other half, of course, is keeping the pounds off. Here again, runners have an advantage, because exercise is the most important factor in keeping weight off.So don’t wait another minute: you
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The RulesRunners know that the miles they log on the pavement, trail and treadmill are great for keeping them fit. But another thing that's high on the list of the sport's many virtues is that it's an amazing weight-control tool. But weight loss is a different story.Runners of...
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