Wednesday, 13 June 2012

How to Burn More Calories to Lose Weight

You will never be able to lose weight if you always consume more calories than you burn. Diets make sure that you burn more calories than you consume by limiting your calorie intake each day. However, these diets can leave you feeling empty at the end of the day, and it's likely that you'll want to cheat on your diet and eat something that you're not supposed to. Crash diets can also severely harm your body by not providing enough of the vital nutrients that you need to survive. Perhaps a better way of losing weight is to eat a healthy diet but focus more on burning calories than restricting what you eat during the day. Weight loss should be an exciting time in your life, and you should be able to feel encouraged about how your body is starting to look. Exercise can get you out of a rut and can actually help you to feel less depressed. By focusing on burning calories instead of limiting your diet, you can make weight loss seem more like a fun game than a chore.
You can start to burn more calories by adding more activities into your daily routines. You should already be getting at least 150 minutes of moderate exercise per week or 75 minutes of vigorous, prolonged activity per week. In order to start your weight loss, however, you will probably need at least a little more exercise than this.
Let's talk about some of the activities that you can do in order to encourage weight loss.
First, remember that you need to work out a variety of muscles. This will keep your entire body in shape, but it will also help to keep you from getting bored with your workouts. Although you should do prolonged activities during the week, we all know that sometimes it is difficult to find the time to fit in a real workout. Instead, you can opt to do a few small workouts several times a day. Use downtimes in order to fit a short amount of exercise into your schedule. As you brush your teeth, raise up and down on your toes. While watching the news or a favorite TV show, don't sit down; instead, do an activity like running in place so that you can still distract yourself by watching something. If you are boiling water for a meal, use this time to fit in a few jumping jacks or another activity. It really is easy to fit in small amounts of exercise during the day, and these short workouts can make the difference between losing weight and gaining it. Happy exercising, and good luck with your weight loss.

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