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    hi everybody! i just started the hcg diet today, im on my loading phase. i was wandering if light exercise was ok on this diet. what i was thinking was, in the morning, i take my dog for a quick walk about 2 miles, then come back home and play a little basketball with my sister, then the last 5-10 minutes or so do a little ab exercises to get the belly fat (basically this whole exercise phase lasts an hour)! so yea could you guys let me know if this is good!

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    if it's something you're used to doing, certainly.

    if not.. listen to your body and don't overdo
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    • #3
      Originally posted by thenewbie View Post
      hi everybody! i just started the hcg diet today, im on my loading phase. i was wandering if light exercise was ok on this diet. what i was thinking was, in the morning, i take my dog for a quick walk about 2 miles, then come back home and play a little basketball with my sister, then the last 5-10 minutes or so do a little ab exercises to get the belly fat (basically this whole exercise phase lasts an hour)! so yea could you guys let me know if this is good!
      I take my dog for a 30-45 minute walk every morning and about 20 minutes at lunchtime.
      R1= 28lbs Loss

      R2 P2 started 09/24/2012



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      • #4
        Sure, exercise is even encouraged in Pounds & Inches. Just be aware that you may not have your usual stamina at first.

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