How do you burn that unwanted fat? Here are some suggestions.
Eat a calorie deficit diet – Put simply if you eat less calories than your body burns, then hey presto, you should burn body fat. While the exact amount of calories required by each if us will vary depending on the individual, below is a standard guideline.
*Sedentary – seated work with little or no strenuous leisure activity.
**Moderate – standing or walking work, or sedentary work with regular exercise of at least 30 minutes.
Start Weight training – When you weight train this increases muscle mass. A lesser known benefit however is that you also push your metabolism into an “afterburner” effect which burns extra calories even after you are done working out. Usually this lasts for up to 24 hours. Afterburning burns body fat.
Try High Intensity Interval Training – When you do short high intensity intervals, you create a similar afterburner effect as with strength training. This results in high calorie burns during training followed by extra calories burned after the completion of your workout.
Cut down the Carbs – The Atkins diet showed us the impact of taking carbohydrates out of our diet. Eating less than 100 grams of carbohydrates per day forces the body to use existing fat storage for energy.
Increase cardiovascular exercise. This is basically increasing the number of calories the body is burning so that the amount being used exceeds the amount you are consuming.
Remember what works best for you will not necessarily work best for someone else.
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