Najid Sheikh

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How to improve your fat loss process?

Fat Loss
How to improve your fat loss process?

Let's assume you are eating everything as per your planned diet chart and giving your best at the gym. Now, is there anything which you can do to improve the process? Yes. You need to increase the activity you do apart from what you do at the gym. It's considered as NEAT(Non - exercise activity thermogenesis) This thing is usually ignored by many people who are trying to lose fat. They eat right and train right but since they are training hard they ignore the other activity that they should be doing outside the gym. There are certain things that contribute to your total energy burnt by your body in a day. Look at this below equation - TDEE = BMR + EAT + TEF + NEAT TDEE - Total daily energy expenditure BMR - Basal metabolic rate EAT - Exercise activity thermogenesis TEF - Thermic effect of food NEAT - Non - exercise activity thermogenesis This equation shows that if you increase any of the things mentioned on the right-hand side of the equation, you will burn more energy, and hence it can aid you in fat loss. Apart from NEAT, rest are taken care of through diet and training. So you should be focusing on increasing the NEAT as it makes a significant difference in TDEE. If your daily routine doesn't involve moving much then move around intentionally to compensate for the low TDEE. Several studies are in favor of increasing the NEAT for fat loss so let's make some changes in our lifestyle to increase it. How to compensate for your low NEAT? There is a very simple solution. Increase the number of steps you take in the entire day and do everything you can to increase the steps as much as you can. Walk when you are on the call. Take stairs instead of the lift. Take multiple short breaks to walk around the place. Do your grocery shopping instead of ordering it online. (Add more ideas in the comment section to help other members of our Fittr family) You can use Fittr app or any other app to track your steps. Let's add walking 10k steps daily as a new year's resolution and unlike most resolutions let's make this one happen. Done? COACH - Najid Sheikh
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Tejal Parekh

I follow every thing , eat well according to my diet, train well and tdee is also 12 to 15 k every day .. but sumwhere I see my results are too slow and so how to increase that now.. already 3 mnths into the process and see a lot of changes in my body but not as much as I wanted to be.. PATIENCE AND CONSISTENCY IS THE ONLI KEY NOW OR CAN I IMPROVE MORE??

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