November 26th, 2012

I know why it’s called stuffing…

Doutzen Kroes © Vogue magazine

I didn’t think that I overdid it at Thanksgiving, but my scale would beg to differ. My pants too. So, before the holiday parties ramp up and the gingerbread and sugar plums tempt me, I am going to add a few miles to my daily run/walk and maybe start spinning.

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  • I’ve been going to spinning three times a week for 15 years, it has made not one iota of difference weight wise or maintenance alas! Still I can run up stairs like a two year old so that’s something.

    TabithaNovember 26th, 2012  10:54 AM

     
  • I’ve been spinning for over 20 years. Like Tabitha, it hasn’t ever done a thing for weight loss or maintenance.
    Runners do seem to lose weight from running though.

    kathyNovember 26th, 2012  11:19 AM

     
  • I actually lost 10 lbs last year doing spinning, 5-6 times a week in combination with calorie caounting using Lose It app. Wearing a heart rate monitor can help a lot with pushing yourself harder. Don’t be afraid to turn the knob and raise the resistance.

    ameeNovember 26th, 2012  12:20 PM

     

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