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Answers:You have to remember that muscle mass weighs more than fat. So when you work harder you're going to gain muscle which can put on weight. If you want to lose the muscle mass, you should probably cut back on the exercise. Unless you are an athlete in training, there really isn't a need to exercise more than 30-45 minutes a day. Furthermore, with the amount of exercising you do, a 1600 calorie diet probably isn't enough to maintain good health. I won't pretend to be a professional, but I'm guessing you are over obsessive about your weight. Throw away the scale and just learn to be happy with yourself. EDIT There is no one specific exercise to cut based on what you described. You need to cut your intensity and total amount of exercise. Your body needs about 1200 calories a day just to maintain basic functions. While you may only be consuming 1600 per day, if you are exercising for three hours at a high level every day, it won't be long before your body starts to eat muscle mass and/or your internal organs to provide the necessary energy. That is not healthy.
Answers:I think your looking at this wrong. Burning 1000 calories a day? With doing non-intense exercises...you are doing something really really wrong then. Not possible. The most you can burn running one mile is about 80. Which is the average amount for a grown adult. You are not getting the facts straight. You probably think your burning a lot, but I can be completely sure your definitely not burning the amount you think you are. What do you do to exercise? How overweight are you? You have to track ALL of your calories and no EXACTLY what your burning off. Give some additional details and I'll edit this and tell you some other dieting stuff. Take this into perspective: you actually BURN calories while you do NOTHING. You can burn a certain amount doing nothing, then you just eat less than the amount you can naturally burn and your losing weight! This is called your BMR level. Look it up. Is it ice cold water your drinking? You can burn up to 100 calories drinking 8 cups of ice cold water a day. There are 3000 calories in a pound, burn 3000 lose 1 pound. Dieting seems simple nowadays since I am no longer extreme dieting, I lost a lot of weight. But I still remember it's hard, strenuous, and something fit people don't take into perspective. EDIT: Ok. If you just burn the 1000, then you lose eat 800 calories a day(which is bad, try to eat atleast 100) then you will lose like 1 pound in 3 weeks...so at the most...thought if you burn the thousand, then you should eat atleast 1000 calories a day. The goal of any dieter is to burn more calories than they eat in any given day. If you eat 500 calories less than your regular amount, you can lose 1 pound in 1 week. Idk thou5 in a month? Dieting ranges in height, weight, age, gender, calories consumed, calories burned, and your overall day plan. So your diet should be unique. A diet needs to match a lifestyle and what you can compete with. I want you to look up a few things. Like how many calories you should eat, and look up how many you burn when running. I'm still not convinced you burn like 1000 though. You only burn 200 calories running for 30 minutes...so you have to accomodate these things into certain individual ideals...