It's not necessarily the miles that count ... it's the time in lots of cases. Some reports say to exercise at least 45 minutes.
Actually.... to lose a few pounds when running is to run at a good pace for 35 minutes and walk fast for 5 minutes to cool off. When you run 45 minutes or more you are no longer burning fat, you are increasing your cardio.
How many miles you should walk per week to lose weight depends on how much weight you want to lose and in how much time you want to lose it. Whether or not you are making any other efforts to lose weight is also important, such as adapting a healthy diet and lifestyle. You should aim to walk between 5 and 10 miles a week to start out with, or more if you are able.
Run many miles.
if you want to lose a pound by running sometimes it helps if you run 10-20 miles (alot, huh?) but if you really want to lose a pound you should work out or like lifting weights.
Probably about 100 miles!
it depends on how bad you do it.
700-800 calories a day should do it.. so i say run for about 15-20 mins
Depends on how fast you walk and what your calorie in take is, burn around 500 calories a day
It really depends on the person.
about 3 pounds
There is no way to tell exactly how many miles to the gallon will you loose with a bad EGR. It depends on the car.
It takes 3500 calories to lose a pound
well, you can actually lose calories by doing many things, even chewing gum. You might not see much of a difference at first but the results will show some time. But if you do this you should walk at least 3 miles per hour.
He lost 20 stone ..(Fact)
Three or four because you lose about one pound in 7 or 8 miles it depends
depends how much u want to lose good luck
About 120,000 miles
You would need to walk 10 miles or so every day. This also depends on how on long you have to lose the weight.
it should be changed after 60000 miles
How many miles you should walk in a day depends on what you are aiming for. For example, do you want to lose weight? If so, see the related question, further down this page, listed under Related Questions. Alternatively, please feel free to ask the question again and include more detail.