1. Remember snacking, remember to walk.
If you start thinking like snacking on chocolate and other snack, jumped up, and walk instead. But do not walk to a small grocery store yes. Your desire to eat a snack will be reduced after walking for 15 minutes.
2. Ranging from close range first.
Walking close range on a regular basis can lose weight in the first three months you start a walking program this. A study conducted over 12 weeks in women who are overweight. As a result, they were walking for 30 minutes five times a week lost weight in an amount equal to the woman who runs twice as long (60 minutes) five times a week.
3. Accelerate steps.
Change the speed of your footsteps every one to three minutes. Then, go back to the normal speed for one minute for recovery. Repeat as often as you can and for as long as you want. Variations in intensity and energy spent on this stage will dramatically increase the number of calories burned during your runs.
4. Change the frequency, intensity, and time.
If not able to walk faster, you can do the following three things to increase the amount of fat burned:
- Frequency: when you are still quite strong, add another session after walking exercise such as push-ups, sit-ups, and others.
- Intensity: if you can, climb the ramp or hill to make your feet move more weight so that more calories are burned too much.
- Time: walk a little longer in each session you walk. Add 10 minutes more walking each day. Imperceptibly within a week you have to add 70 minutes to walk.