How to burn 2000 calories a day?
very difficult unless you gonna do trekking/hiking (climbing a hill at an angle>>> walking on a dreadmill) Just a really high/moderate intensity cardio for longer periods of time. Even if you cycle yourself on a hill it counts because Your body does more work carrying your body at an angle. walking is steady state cardio, you can talk to someone on the phone and burn calories without killing yourself the next day (affecting recovery). Workout kar, microtear them muscles aur isko heal hone mein bhi calories kharch honge. Plus the more lean body mass you have the more you boost you basal metabolism.
>>4122 Mai recent curfew se pehle https://muscleevo.net/full-body-workout/ Ye karta tha 6days a week. Gym vaps start hone k baad soch rha hu teeno workout rountine ek din mai karu for 6 days a week. I want to push the limits. Resistance training is only thing I enjoy a little, jogging, treadmill, elliptical, I hate them and are boring.
>>4122 yaar if I play football do you think I will burn that many cal? I keep running basically all the time and it is so fun I actually forget to tire. fuck corona I want to play with my mates
>>4121 I burn about 3500 calories everyday (I walk about 20,000 steps every day and lift for about 2hours in gym) That too is without counting the calories I burn while doing daily chores eg : washing clothes, doing dishes, moving furniture around, cooking etc. On this excercise schedule from January I daily consume 2500 calories which is (most of it is meat, ghee roti, eggs and milk) and very high in protein. I lost 12 kgs in 5 months. Was 70.something kilos in late December last year, now as of june, I'm 58.5 kilos. Trust me fren, follow my excercise and diet schedule and you'll see good results within 3-4 months.
>>4321 >I burn about 3500 calories everyday that's retarded, don't trust these shit apps to count calories since they can be very off as seen with you and here's why, and im gonna use your stats in the pic for reference https://www.everydayhealth.com/fitness-pictures/how-many-calories-do-olympians-burn.aspx >American Meb Keflezighi, the 127-pound 2004 silver medalist in the marathon, is seeking Olympic gold in London. In the 2012 Olympic trails, he finished the marathon in 2:09:25, burning approximately 2,600 calories, or about 100 calories per mile olympic marathons are 42.195km long btw (so 61cal/km), while you claim to burn 1200 calories from 14km (85cal/km) and as for you burning 600 calories from lifting weights, that shit is the most absurd thing ive seen in a while https://www.medicalnewstoday.com/articles/323922#calculating-weightlifting-calories >In general, weightlifting for 30 minutes can burn between 90 and 126 calories, depending on a person’s body weight. Vigorous weight lifting for 30 minutes may burn between 180 to 252 calories, depending on a person’s body weight >While a heart rate monitor (HRM) can be used to calculate calories burned during aerobic workouts, the relationship between heart rate and calorie expenditure is not the same during a strength training workout, so whatever your heart rate monitor may tell you is likely inflated because it thinks you're doing cardio (not strength training) im gonna be generous and assume your bodyweight to put you in the 200 calories per 30 min bracket which means, you'd be burning about 400 calories Obviously this shit worked for you cause being active put you in a calorie deficet but even pro athletes would have a hard time burning 3500 calories
>>4323 >self immolation I heard drinking petrol and swallowing a match burns a lot of visceral fat very healthy
>>4322 So according to your estimation, I was burning 400 calories by excercise. That added to my Base Metabolic Rate of 1600 calories = 2000 calories burnt every day. But I was eating more than that. As I mentioned I was eating around 2500 calories. So that should've put me in a caloric surplus of 500 calories everyday, resulting in quite pronounce weight gain. But why I lost weight instead?
>>4322 >olympic marathons are 42.195km long btw (so 61cal/km), while you claim to burn 1200 calories from 14km (85cal/km) Olympic runners are burning 61cal/km I burnt 1100 calories (look at the fitness band screenshot I added, not the total cardio value I wrote) per 14kms = 78 cal/km. >Olympians complete an entire 42 km long marathon within 2-3 hours while I took Entire mornings and evenings to run 14kms. >Prolonged excercise may result in more calories burnt. >Also consider the fact that I, am ameture runner might not be as efficient at running as an Olympian pro athlete. >Also human body is not like a vehicle to measure calories/km like you measure gas mileage in km/litre. >Some people may burn 40 calories to run 1km, some may burn 140.
>>4322 >im gonna be generous and assume your bodyweight to put you in the 200 calories per 30 min bracket which means, you'd be burning about 400 calories 200 calories per 30 minute bracket Duration : 1:23:50 Almost 3 30min brackets 200×3=600calories !!!