Burn 60 is focused on helping you to become an efficient fat burning machine, in order for you to reach your health and fitness goals. Changing your physiology is not something that happens overnight, however it is possible. Teaching your body to utilize fat over carbohydrate or sugar (glucose) stored in the body will allow you to sustain your daily activities, increase your exercise intensity, and achieve your optimum body weight.
Speed Up Your Rate of Burning Calories with this tips below.
- Build muscle: increase the amount of muscle in your body. For every extra pound of muscle you put on, your body uses around 50 extra calories a day.
- Be active: the average person burns about 30 percent of calories through daily activity; sedentary people only use about 15 percent. Taking every opportunity to move can make quite a difference to the amount of calories you burn.
- Eat spicy foods: spices, especially chili, can raise the metabolic rate by up to 50 percent for up to 3 hours after you’ve eaten a spicy meal.
- Aerobic exercise: high-intensity exercise makes you burn more calories during exercise and for several hours afterwards. Interval training can be one of the most effective ways to burn calories fast!
- Eat little often: eating healthy small regular meals will keep your metabolism going faster than larger, less frequent meals and often helps control hunger, making you less likely to binge.
- Choose one day to do a "long slow" aerobic workout. This workout is usually in a lower heart rate zone (aerobic development zone) and lasts about 1-4 hours long. This will increase your aerobic base and teach your body to use fat as fuel.
Quick Tips: Doing just 10 minutes a week of Plyometrics (jumping drills) can make a difference in your fitness by making you faster and more agile.
Try this move: SPLIT LUNGE JUMP (Burn 60 trainer ANNA RENDERER demonstrates)