Chicago weight loss coach, Stephanie Mansour, shares 4 Simple Strategies to Burn More Calories During Your Workout.
If you’re trying to slim down and get fit, being smarter about your workouts can make a big impact towards achieving better results. When you aren’t doing what’s necessary to get the most out of your workouts, you may end up wasting precious time by exercising in ways that are not burning calories or fat effectively and efficiently.
In my work as a weight loss coach for women, many of my private weight loss coaching clients often come to me because they are already working out consistently but they aren’t losing weight. For example, they’ll spend 30-minutes on the elliptical machine every day and wonder why the scale won’t budge, despite what they consider to be their best efforts.
But while it’s true that consistent cardio is good for general conditioning and staying healthy, sticking to the same basic exercise routine day-after-day often will not get you the quick satisfying weight loss results you want.
Unfortunately, when you’re disappointed with your progress, there’s a good chance you will start doubting yourself, lose confidence, begin to wonder what the point of working out is, and give up altogether.
I want you to focus on health and overall wellness, but I also understand that you want to see results in the mirror and feel like you’re making progress.
So if you are disappointed with the effectiveness of you workouts, it’s time to kick it up a notch and start incorporating strategies to enhance your workout — burn more calories and fat in less time.
In a recent article for Today.com, I shared 4 Simple Strategies to Burn More Calories During Your Workout. Just by implementing these simple changes to what you’re already doing, you can burn an extra 150 calories per workout and get fit faster.
The tips I share include boosting your workout by adding short bursts of high-intensity cardio, strapping on ankle weights, strength training with heavy weights, and listening to fast-paced music. Go here to read more.