The best time to exercise depends on a person's preferences and situation; the time of day does not factor into how efficiently exercise burns calories. The key factor is establishing a routine. More »

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WebMD claims there is no evidence showing that calories are burned more efficiently at any specific time of day. Because time of day can influence people's emotions regarding exercise, however, it's important for each pe... More »

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Several studies have identified weight loss benefits related to exercising in the morning. However, the American Heart Association recommends that individuals exercise at the time when they are most likely to exercise co... More »

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The amount of cardiovascular exercise needed to lose weight depends on how many calories a person consumes and how many he burns. Sixty minutes of moderate-to-intense exercise on most days of the week is recommended by b... More »

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According to The American Council on Exercise, hula hooping burns approximately 7 calories per minute, or 420 calories per hour. Any activity that allows someone to burn more calories than consumed assists with weight lo... More »

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Sit-ups alone are not an effective way to burn any amount of fat, unless they are combined with a diet and exercise program that burns more calories than are taken in each day. AZ Central explains that sit-ups are useful... More »

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To lose 10 pounds through exercise, an individual must burn 35,000 calories, according to WebMD. It would take a 150-pound person approximately 87 hours of moderate aerobic exercise to burn 35,000 calories, according to ... More »

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