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    cardio:running or walking

    can walking be as good as running in burning fat,because i have a stress fracture and i cant run?
    i am planing to start am cardio on an empty stomach

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    lol.. have you read any posts regarding dieting..?

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    Walking is better than running for burning fat in most cases...As far as the "dieting society" here are concerned.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Elliot
    lol.. have you read any posts regarding dieting..?
    lol i admit maybe its the third time i visit the diet questions forum i am always in the steroids forum

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    Walk at 70% your max HR for 45 minutes on empty

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    If you can get away with walking, then walk.

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    I would be careful running or walking with a stress fracture. If you cannot run walking is much better than sitting on your ass or doing no cardio at all. If you belong to a gym, you may opt for a 0 impact cardio such as eliptical machine or star master. If you risk reinjuring, just don't risk it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by beenie
    I would be careful running or walking with a stress fracture. If you cannot run walking is much better than sitting on your ass or doing no cardio at all. If you belong to a gym, you may opt for a 0 impact cardio such as eliptical machine or star master. If you risk reinjuring, just don't risk it.
    ditto. do something that puts less stress on your stress fracture. i would also opt, if you can for a light interval regime. walk moderately fast for 40 seconds, then slow paced walk for 20 seconds. keep switching that up for 40-45 minutes.

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    Quote Originally Posted by daman1
    ditto. do something that puts less stress on your stress fracture. i would also opt, if you can for a light interval regime. walk moderately fast for 40 seconds, then slow paced walk for 20 seconds. keep switching that up for 40-45 minutes.
    well i squat heavy deadlift heavy but when it come to running or jumping i feel little pain( i got this injury while jumping from high places while doing military training) but i can walk long distance without feeling the pain

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