Malia Frey, M.A., CPT, is a nationally recognized fitness, health and weight loss expert. Recently named a ShareCareNow Top 10 online influencer in the field of weight loss, you'll find her fitness, diet and motivational advice at About.com Weight Loss and in other print and online publications. Malia has been teaching health and fitness classes in colleges, universities, medical centers and health clubs around the country for over 20 years and she is currently an American Council on Exercise Certified Personal Trainer.

» Meet Malia Frey
» Save Author as Favorite
» See all Malia Frey's Posts

Recent Posts

» Is Your Breakfast Causing Weight Gain?
» Should I Consider Weight Loss Surgery?
» Lose Weight After 40: Octavia Spencer's Tips
» How to Boost Your Metabolism


» August 2013
» July 2013
» June 2013
» May 2013
» April 2013
» March 2013

Fitness & Weight Loss Tips from Malia Frey

by Malia Frey, M.A., CPT

Subscribe to this feed

We'd all be skinny if we could just learn how to to burn more calories every day. Imagine never having to diet again and still having a fit, lean body!
how can i burn more calories?
Well, I can't promise that you'll get the body of your dreams or that you won't have to watch what you eat, but I can tell you how to burn more calories with activities that you already participate in. There are basically two different ways to burn more calories, with exercise and with everyday activities.

How to Burn More Calories With Exercise.

The key to boosting your calorie-burning potential is interval training. High intensity interval workouts are proven to be effective when it comes to building muscle and burning fat. But you can't do them everyday. You have to schedule them properly into a balanced workout program. You can also throw a few intervals into your regular walking workouts or jogging sessions.

How to Burn More Calories With Everyday Activities

Researchers have found that NEAT, non-exercise activity thermogenesis accounts for a significant percentage of your total energy expenditure each day. If you can learn how to boost your NEAT, you'll burn more calories.

But remember, no matter how many calories you burn, you've got to consume less if you want to lose weight.

Post a Comment

Hot Topics

diet, weight loss, fitness, motivation, abs, restaurants, health, calories, stress, challenge, gyms, support, goals, points, exercise, metabolism, food, recipe

Most Popular Blogs

» Longer, Leaner Thighs: 5 Best Exercises
» 4 Creative Ways to Drink More Water!
» Best Vitamins Dieters Not Getting
» The Dangerous Escape Food Provides
» Janel Hits The Farmers Market

Highest Rated Blogs

» Top 3 Recipes for Terrific Weight Loss
» 4 Reasons Why Your Diet Keeps Failing You
» 6 Amazing Health Benefits of Calcium
» 4 Ways To Love Your Body
» Alcohol & Diet: Benefits of Moderate Wine Drinking

Sign up for our free diet newsletter
We respect your privacy. We will never share your email address with a 3rd party for any reason.