First, you have to stop measuring yourself by how much you weigh. You see yourself the same as you have always seen yourself. It is called "residual self image" and it can sabotage you if you let it. For example, while I was losing weight, I kept checking the scale and it never changed more than a pound or two a week. I didn't realize I was losing the weight until I noticed my pants fit looser than they used to. When I started, I weighed 165 lbs. and wore a size 14. Now I weigh 155 lbs. but I wear a size 6-8. You must remember that as you exercise the fat away, you are making you body stronger and muscle weighs more than fat. So measure yourself in inches, not by pounds. # of Sit-ups = as many as you want inside 20 minutes, three days a week. Or every morning as soon as you wake up, before you go to the bathroom, before you take a shower, do 3 reps of 20, one rep for each set of ab muscles. remember you have your middle abs, plus one set on each side. Doing this will also help you start your day with more energy.
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5-6 hundred. also you must eat less, and healthier. and drink water only
To lose fat you must work on the whole body unfortunately you cant spot reduce when it comes to fat but for the answer to the question you would need to do 1000 situps a day to lose one pound of fat not counting what you took in that day.
You might want to rephrase your question, but to lose one pound, you must lose one pound. Every 3500 calories is one pound.
3500 to lose one pound and 3500 to gain one pound
To lose half a pound you would have to do about 225 lunges and to lose 1 pound you would have to do about 450 lunges. If you do them correctly this would be true.
He didn't do situps, silly!
Situps do work, but remember, it's not how many situps you do that get you results but you should see results if you do it the right way. Also remember to always breath when you do situps.
The best abdomen exercises that provide the quickest results are good old fashioned situps. There are many different variations of situps that work different muscle groups. Try finding them in fitness magazines.
5 situps burns one calorie.
453.6g per pound
You need to lose 3500 calories to lose one pound of body fat.
If you want to lose a pound of fat and not water weight, it takes 3500 calories. So it takes 7 days of having a 500 calorie deficit to lose a pound of fat.
Contrary to what many believe, sit ups do not make you lose weight. They can help tone the ab muscles, but a healthy diet and exercise regimen that includes cardio will help you lose those 10 pounds.
To lose one pound of fat, you have to burn about 3500 calories. Situps burn about 430 calories an hour is your weight is 130 pounds, and about 560 calories and hour if you weigh around 155 pounds. Going by these figures, it will take approximately eight hours of doing sit-ups to lost one pound of fat. As you can see by this example, the mount of time it would take doing sit-ups to lose one pound of fat will vary from person to person depending on their weight.
Calories in one poundThere are 3500 calories in a pound of human body fat (enough to survive two or three days). If you wish to lose body fat, you need to burn or lose 3500 calories to lose one pound.
Your best bet is to do the situp properly without cheating or trying to get away with sloppy situps. The heavier you are the more calories you should burn with situps but it is very difficult to tell beyond that an exact number.
You need to burn 3500 calories to lose a pound.
There are many people that can lose a pound of weight every day but it is not healthy to do so. Losing one to two pounds a week is a good amount to lose.
It takes 3500 calories to lose a pound
Only about an ounce (2/35 of a pound).
3,500 calories (i think so) 3200 calories
3,500 calories are in a pound. If you eat 3,500 calories, you gain a pound. If you burn 3,500 calories, you lose a pound.