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    Strength training and calories
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    healthygirl8yrsatit posted:
    Since I've been dieting, I've been starting...go figure! Anyway, how many calories do I need when I do 30 min intense cardio 3 days, and 30 minutes of strength training 3 days a week. I weigh 134. I tried the BMI calculator, but it doesn't consider my strength training. I've been strength training since February.

    thanks
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    Haylen_WebMD_Staff responded:
    Hi there healthygirl and congrats on your healthy eating and exercise!

    There is an expert in the Fitness & Exercise Community that might be able to answer your specific question. Click the link here and use the orange "Post Now" button:

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