How to Overcome Obesity in 12 Weeks : Overcoming Obesity: Tips for the Treadmill

How to Overcome Obesity in 12 Weeks : Overcoming Obesity: Tips for the Treadmill


Hi my name is Angela Martindale and I’m talking
to you about how to fight obesity in twelve weeks. Remember don’t hang on, it’s important
to keep your hips in alignment with your body and your shoulders. When we hang on to the
treadmill when it’s going a little bit too fast, we hurt our hips and our lower backs.
Because we don’t ever walk holding something. So you want to let go, use your abs, pull
those shoulder blades back, and press your chest out. You are accomplishing something
and you should be proud of yourself. So now after about five minutes, you’re going to
take it up to two point three. And for the rest of your workout that’s where you’ll stay.
Now again if you are feeling this in the back of your knees take it back down to one point
five. Slow down your step and really start stretching out the back of those legs again.
Take your time here and work your way up to forty five minutes, breathing deeply in and
out of your nose, pulling in those abs, pressing the shoulder blades back and in no time you
are going to be at your twelve weeks with less fat on your body, a toned abs, and burning
calories and being proud of yourself.

10 thoughts on “How to Overcome Obesity in 12 Weeks : Overcoming Obesity: Tips for the Treadmill

  1. @Terrybob123 Well DUH, what I was saying WAS, I don't see how only walking at 2.3 would help you lose any weight. I wasn't asking for YOUR opinion. Just stating that this didn't seem like enough mph to do anything at all and was just letting other people know, they aren't going to lose much weight walking this slowly. DUH

  2. your idiots… if your obese running at 2.3 is actually a good pace to start. and if u noticed she said to put it up to 3…. someone who weighs 200lbs running has a jarring impact on the knees of 500lbs… so jogging/running over 3 mph for someone who is obese is a good starting point. im sick of people talking about weight issues when you've never been fat.. you seriously think a obese person can jog/run at a pace of 5mph for 20 minutes? ur on crack dudes

  3. It isn't about running or how fast you walk. It's about where your heart rate is at when you are increasing and decreasing during intervals. You want to spend a good 20 minutes in your target heart rate zone and then spend your last 10 minutes about 50 bpm lower than your target heart rate. You can do it in intervals or the way I just explained. You burn fat when you come down to that lower bpm.

  4. Can anyone tell me why the heck my knees(outside of knees) hurt everday since I started walking on the treadmill? I bought new walking/running shoes because I realized my feet were going inward. But my knees still hurt 1 week and a half into my walking routine! I want to jump rope,but not sure if that will make my knees worse?

  5. you do actually walk and holding something for example: pushing a pram and also alot of sports requires holding stuff and walking or in a position/

  6. "work up to 2.3? I START at 2.5 and work up to 4.0 and I still don't lose weight." Goldenlove411, you need to change your diet.  Eating chocolate eclairs while on the treadmill is not going to help you lose weight.

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