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Homework Help: Exercise Science

Posted by Sarah on Tuesday, May 5, 2009 at 1:51pm.

A client heard that 3500 kcals equals one pound. She knows that she is burning 3500 kcals/week during exercise. It says so on the machines she uses. Why am is she not losing a pound every week?

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