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The muscle that you build from weight training will also help you burn fat. 1lb of Muscle burns 50 calories a day or 1lb of fat every 70 days. Not only will you be burning more calories, you’ll look better – whatever your weight is.
2. Eat Breakfast Another way to keep your metabolism revved up all day long is to eat breakfast. After you workout in morning as discussed earlier, just have breakfast and you’ll give your body perfect 1-2 combination to jump start your metabolism.
Eating breakfast in morning is what gets your metabolism started. Don’t skip breakfast and wait until mid-morning or afternoon to eat, your metabolism will run slower causing you not burn any extra fat.
Think about this way-Your metabolism is a fireplace that’ll burn fat all day long for you if you operate it correctly. When you eat breakfast you are basically throwing a log onto that fireplace to get it started burning fat.
Eating breakfast will help stop those cravings you may have later on in day and along with working out in morning, eating breakfast will also keep you energized throughout day and lower stress levels.
Advanced Tip: Instead of eating only 2 more meals during day like lunch & dinner, try to eat 4-5 more small mini-meals spaced 2-3 hours apart during day.
Remember fireplace? By eating these mini-meals you'll be throwing just right amount of "wood" on fireplace to keep your metabolism burning calories throughout day. Don't shut down your metabolism by eating big lunches or dinners, keep that metabolism of yours burning fat all day long.
Morning Checklist 1. Workout for at least 30min after waking up in morning 2. Eat a healthy breakfast 3. Burn fat & lose more weight during day
Use these 2 tips to reveal that six-pack, fit into that dress for an upcoming event like a wedding or reunion, or to impress that special someone. Whatever your fitness goal is these 2 tips above will surely help you reach them.
Adrian Bryant has helped many people reach their fitness goals in his 10+ years of personal training. Adrian holds a B.S. degree in Exercise science from Longwood University. Adrian continues to help people lose weight with his web site weightlossmadeeasy.net