Tricks to Increase Calorie Burning

By now, you probably know that the main reason for weight gain is having a greater calorie intake that calorie consumption. If you have taught yourself how to eat in balanced way, including being strict with your calorie intake, but you haven’t seen much of a difference, you are probably experiencing significant frustration.

As long as you don’t have hormonal imbalances or other conditions that are keeping you from lose weight, the ultimate solution is to find ways to boost your calorie needs every day without increasing or decreasing the amount you eat. If you have a calorie deficit, you will lose weight.

How can you moderately increase your calorie needs to boost weight loss and finally achieve that healthy weight?

Here are 5 tips for how to boost how many calories you burn every day.
Take the stairs

whether you are walking up to your office or in the airport terminal, skip the elevator and escalators. Taking 3 flights of stairs will burn 15 calories, and even more if you run up!

Park at the edge of the parking lot

People may give you looks, but they will be looks of admiration if they find out that you chose to park far away in order to increase the amount of exercise you are doing. Every step counts!

Take a walk after lunch

This will not only help you burn more calories, it will also aide in digestion.

Turn up the A/C

your body burns more calories when it is chilly; it has to work harder to keep warm.

Sit on the floor to watch TV

When you are sitting on the floor, your muscles are activated, and your calorie burning is, too.

These five sneaky ways of increasing your calorie burning every day can boost weight loss without having to hit the gym for an extra hour a day. Of course, these activities shouldn’t replace your exercise regimen – exercising regularly is about more than only maintaining a healthy weight. Exercise is also important for preventing a range of chronic and acute illnesses including diabetes, heart disease, and high cholesterol.

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