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Is it possible to burn 700-800 calories in flat 20 minutes using a Gazelle edge ?

I recently bought a Gazelle Edge. Really putting power into my workout, I am able to burn 700-800 calories as shown on calorie counter in about 20 minutes. I read online in blogs that it s ridiculous. But I am really sweating everywhere.. dripping down my forehead and all and it gets my heart pumping without over drying my throat from the breathing I do... and without killing my legs. Will you agree that I am burning close to 700-800 calories that soon?
Asked On : Sat, 2 Jul 2011
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hi Nhia
welcome to HCM
read your prob , this is good for burning your calories. it does not matter how much calories it burnt during one episode, it matters how much time you spend with it.if you do work out for 45 to 60 min its sufficient.
but after it you have to take heavy breakfast. otherwise your fat cell sensitized.
if you wanna give more tips for loosing weight contact me on
Dr aseem 9982583020
Answered: Sun, 3 Jul 2011
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