You cannot lose 35 pounds of body fat in one week by any natural means.
You cannot lose 35 pounds of body fat in one week. It is not possible by any natural means.
Join weightwatchers, stick to it rigidly and go to the gym 5 days a week
* Try the Atkins diet. * You cannot, by any natural means, lose 35 pounds in two weeks.
There is no way to lose that much weight in 10 days. Safe weight loss is 1 to 2 pounds a week.
Only about an ounce (2/35 of a pound).
Your tamagotchi should weigh about 1-10 pounds, as a baby10-20 pounds as, a child 20-30 pounds, as a teenager, and 30-35 as an adulation.
just use them slowly, go up and down with them.. You should lose about a pound a week or two.
You have to burn 3,500 calories more than what you consume to lose 1 pound. So to lose 35 pounds you will have to burn 122,500 extra calories.
Short of drastic amputation there is NO WAY to lose that amount in that time, whether you're eating or not.
35 pounds is 15880g
The number of miles a person must run to lose 35 pounds in 5 weeks depends a lot on the size of the person and the speed at which you run. Running at the fairly moderate pace of 5 MPH, a person who weighs 165 pounds will burn about 126 calories. You need to burn 3500 calories to lose one pound. This means that you'd need to run almost 28 miles in 5 weeks to lose one pound, and 35 times that, or about 972 miles, to lose 25 pounds. However, running will increase your overall metabolism so you won't actually need this many miles, and if you cut some calories out of your diet you will lose weight faster.
Yes, that is possible, depending upon your calorie intake and how often you exercise!
35 kg = 77.16 pounds
20% off of 35 pounds = 100-20 = 80 percent of 35 pounds = 35*80/100 = 28 pounds
depends how long you play. It takes approx. 3500 cals to lose a pound so about 35 miles for the average athlete
Um. If you're obese, and you suddenly exercise a lot each day, you probably can. I mean, i remember there was this really morbidly obese person (Dan, I think?) on the Biggest Loser, and his first week at the ranch he lost 35 pounds, or something like that. And 35 lbs divided by 7 days is 5lbs. So, I guess it isn't impossible. For me however, it would be.
35 pounds = about 155.7 newtons.
35 pounds = 15,875.733 grams
15% of 35 = 5.25 pounds
16 oz = 1 pound; 560/16 = 35 pounds
Exercising everyday except on a rest day, cardio mixed in with strength training, healthy eating (it's okay to eat a little more sometimes), lots of water, and patience because 35 pounds will take a while.
.35 kilograms = 0.77 pounds.
35 pounds is 77.16 kilos.