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Gilad:

How many calories do I burn walking at a 10% incline on treadmill at a medium pace? I am 5’5 and 130 lbs. Also can you recommend some high protein snacks? Thanks, Jill

 


Answer:

I would estimate that you are probably burning about 300-400 calories per hour depending on the amount of exertion. If you are working within your 'aerobic zone' (65%-80%) of your maximum heart rate then I think that would be a fair estimate. In regards to protein shakes there are many to choose from, some are vegetarian based such as soy protein and others are whey protein. Best thing to do is read the ingredients and get to know what the different products offer and what you feel suits best your goals and.. taste buds!


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