So I'm just starting out with my weight loss plan. I'm trying to figure out how much exercise is enough to help me along the way.
For about 15 years I rowed competitively on a team, so I have sort of a distorted view of how much exercise one needs. Working out 3 hours a day just ain't going to cut it anymore to stay fit. I don't have the time to do that anymore.
I've cut back my calories to 1200-1400 per day. Realistically, should I be doing maybe a one hour workout 6 days a week? Do I need more? Should I be measuring the caloric output to see if that works better.
Even though I'm 30 lbs overweight, I am very strong and pretty fit for my height/weight ratio. I'm just trying to understand if I need to workout more than the average person to stay on top of weight loss so that I can get back into a range I feel comfortable with.
Thanks for the help!