ANY increase in activity level will burn at least some calories and help build muscle that will raise your metabolic level. Whether it's really "quality" aerobic exercise or not is another question....but it's certainly better than not doing it at all!

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longer the better, for you and the dogs. IMHO, exercise is the most critical part of a weight-loss program. WIthout it, you're almost sure to put the weight back on as fast as you took it off. With it, you recondition the body's metabolic system. Don't be discouraged if wieght-loss seems slow--- you will be adding muscle as you lose fat, and muscle weighs a lot more than fat does. The important thing is not the final number of pounds, but overall physical condition and health.

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You could jog with the dog, you will get a lot faster results.

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Well, My dogs might as well be sled dogs because they drag me lol.

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Depends on how often your dogs needs to stop. I don't count on mine at all, as he is male and needs to mark every five seconds. You need at least 20 minutes of CONTINUOUS BRISK walking to give you the very basics of what you need. Best of luck.

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Thanx :)

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Yes, as long as you're not eating doughnuts while you walk. Keeps the dogs healthy, too.

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lmao

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I should do that. Several years ago I lost close to 100 pounds just going to the local park every day and walking the 2-mile path through the woods. Then I stopped and gained it back. :( I really should start again.

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You can do it ! :)

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i lost 10 pounds that way

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awesome :)

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thanks!!!

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Yes, better than sitting on the couch all day long.

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Depends on what you eat after your walk.

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Yes....any activity outside of your normal daily activity is going to help you (you must go above your normal level of physical activity)....if you were to go for an hour walk, even twice a day, with your dogs it will help you lose weight....how much you lose, and how quickly, will depend on your levels of activity...

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