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|Subject: ||RE: The Distance Dilemma: Why Long Runs Arenít The Fast Track To Fat Loss|
Weight is not a function of biology, it is of physics. Ittakes way more calories to run than lift. There is your center of mass moving the distance of the run and then all of the internal movements. You would have to literally be lifting weights for hours, no rest, to replicate that.
Weight is basically a calories in vs calories out equation.
To combat message board spam (by non runners). We are making people answer a brief question before they can post on a thread that is over 20 days old.
If you answer this question you should be able to post.