Your body stores calories as fat to keep you alive and safe. There are many gimmicks that claim to amplify fat burning, such as working out in the fat-burning zone, spot reduction, and foods or supplements that supposedly make you burn more fat.

If you intend to reduce the amount of fat stored in your body, learn how to burn fat through a variety of types of exercise instead of seeking a quick fix that is not likely to work. We can help you with that!

Your Checklist:

  • Exercise consistently
  • Perform a mix of high, medium and low-intensity cardiovascular exercise
  • Lift challenging weights
  • Try circuit training
  • Include compound exercises
  • Watch your stress levels
  • Get enough sleep
  • Increase your total daily energy expenditure
  • Eat the correct number of calories for your goal

A Word From GUS:

When it comes to burning more fat, you have to work at it. The good news is that it doesn’t take much activity to push the body into that fat burning mode.
Try incorporating some type of activity every day, even if it’s just a quick walk. Then, build on that over time. Soon you’re on the way to burning more fat. It also can be beneficial to join my weight management programme to develop consistency and routine!