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You're going to lose weight. Here is how
The National Weight Control Registry (NWCR) researched a population whose members have all lost at least 30 pounds and kept the weight off at least one year. Ninety percent of these individuals report exercising regularly, and the average member burns more than 2,600 calories a week in workouts. Many kinds of exercise can be effective for weight loss, but running is among the most effective. In a 2012 study, Paul Williams, of the Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory, found runners were leaner and lighter than men and women who did equivalent amounts of any other type of exercise.
The main reason seems to be that people typically burn more calories per minute when running than they do when swimming, riding a bike or anything else. Running is a great way to lose weight. Countless women and men have shed excess pounds and kept them off with the aid of this simple form of exercise.