I've been walking about 2 miles per day nearly every day for just over 2 years. Paired with a healthier diet than I used to have while still allowing myself to eat/drink things that are bad for me but I love in moderation. I have lost about 60lbs. About 6 weeks ago I added a toning/body weight resistance training workout to the mix because I've read so many things that say in order to get toned you have to build lean muscle and that will slim you right down. Well in that time all of the clothing that fit very comfortably has become tighter and less flattering so its pretty clear to me that I'm bulking up too much and in addition to that I have not seen a change for the better in my physique. In fact my stomach in particular looks more bulging. So just in the last couple days I decided to stop that workout and instead increase my walking by about 10 minutes. I'm hoping that walking will continue to work to slim me down. Just wondering if there are others on here that have shed quite a few pounds by simply walking instead of using resistance training or HIIT? I felt so pressured to start those types of workouts because that's what all the "expert" trainers say works for everyone and I feel like I'm the only one that does not see the benefits of those workouts and like I'm the only one that straight walking works best for. Basically I feel like the odd one out here.