Being anorexic is a serious illness and if you are thinking of becoming an "anorexic" that is wrong. Losing weight can easy if you eat healthy. Becoming slim doesn't mean that you should make yourself SICK or seriously ill! Please seek professional help if needed. Exercising and a balanced diet will do good for you. It is better to be a little bit bigger that to be UNHEALTHY and sick !
You lose about 2 pounds every day Well i did and that was with 4 hours exercise
That depends on the individual person.
not much only 1 pound or less
They exercise for up to 2 hours each day, so that their bones and muscles don't become weak.
I think At least 2 hours per day
It depends on your weight and the intensity of exercise. For me, it would take over four hours.
The best way to loose weight as fast as you can is to exercise 8 hours a day. the more you exercise, more you loose weight. The more you lose weight, the more you get fit, the more you get fit, the more you become healthy and have a long life.
Actually... Exercise leads to being fit. When you exercise your muscles get ready for work. Exercise causes the muscles to become more active in general and when they get into that state they naturally need more nutrients. Being FIT leads to weight loss. While pounding away on a treadmill for 30 minutes may not burn many calories, it DOES cause the muscles to start getting serious. You'll burn extra calories for a few hours after exercise, so in effect the answer is, "yes". But it takes an indirect route.
at least 2 hours or more if you want
"no they just don't eat anorexic people don't eat anything so they wouldn't have the energy." This is completely false. Obviously, if you don't have an eating disorder you shouldn't be answering questions involving them. I am anorexic ANDbulimic & I exercise for hours at a time. It has NOTHING to do with the amount of energy that you have. It all involves losing weight & you'll do whatever it takes to get to your goal weight. I have an eating disorder website, MySpace & YouTube account for other eating disordered girls & I haven't talked to a single one that isn't an excessive over-exerciser. I am utterly repulsed by the answer previously given. Please, do NOT listen to anything this moron says in the future.
Eating full meals every three hours will make you gain weight normally. If you eat small portions and get the amount of nutrients you need and exercise then you'll most likely lose weight.
Losing weight within 24 hours is generally unhealthy. Try to track your results with a week. Remember, you don't just lose weight over night. Try to maintain a healthy balance of exercise and nutrition.
Anorexics exercise to burn off calories and to make themselves thinner. It depends on the individual for how often they exercise. Some may only do it spareingly or when they have the time, while some are die-hard fans of exercsiing and will do so for a few hours every day.
i think its possible. whatever exercise u do u are burning off fat. but if u want to exercise for a few hours then u should take breaks in between so u dont pass out. and in order to lose weight it wud be good to keep a schedule of ur exercise programs e.g running, plus a diet.
Weight training to lose weightThe best exercise combination for weight loss is cardio exercise and weight training. Proper weight training will build muscle. Muscle is your metabolic furnace that will burn additional calories 24 hours a day, and not just when you are exercising.Cardio exercise, it is very effective for fat loss. Cardio will increase the amount of calories your body uses during and immediately after exercise. If you were to choose one, then choose cardio. However, the very best option is to choose cardio exercise and weight training.For more information about how to combine cardio and weight training for weight loss, see the page link, further down this page, listed under Related Questions.
You will lose some weight. However, whether that comes from fat or muscle is variable.
If you are anorexic, don't worry about your food for the coming week. Seek help as soon as possible; you risk your life every day you hurt your body. It's time you went on the web and started to learn about your body. We all need to eat and drink at lease eight 8-ounce glasses of water per day. Starving yourself will force your body to consume itself, and by exercising while losing weight you are heading for a heart attack! Seek help!
No you just have a smaller appetite, you become more full with smaller portions. If this is a concern you could research online or even go to a doctor to learn ways to better eating habits.
If you're in a wheelchair, you can only lose weight for you stomach in 2 ways. 1.Go anorexic... 2.Liposuction... Maybe you can lose the weight in less than 6 hours =) Another answer I strongly disagree with the previous answer. People in Wheelchairs CAN exercise and through proper diet, they CAN lose weight. There are several exercise videos that can be purchased to help with a routine. Google "exercise in wheelchairs" OR "Exercising with Disability" any form of those phrases should get you to a site that can be helpful. There's no set weight loss to expect or time table to go by, everyone is different regardless of being physically capable or not.
Surprisingly many anorexics don't exercise at all. They focus on losing weight mainly by restricting food. However, some anorexics due exercise, though the amount depends entirely on the person.
Diet and exercise, exercise and diet. Those are the two words we hear every day in our war to lose weight and stay healthy.Apart from diet and exercise , you should sleep well. Besides, sleeping more then 7 hours is not good for health. You should also avoid eating outside of your home. To know more about weight lose and diet please visit here http://bit.ly/fastfatloss86
Diet and exercise will ALWAYS help you reduce excessive weight.
A child is supposed to get at least 1 hour of exercise a day or 7 hours of exercise a week.
There is no set answer as the number of calories burned depends on many different factors, such as height, weight, age, gender, speed of exercise, intensity, resistence, etc.