You can do this by: 1)recalculating your calorie needs and making sure you're eating enough 2) Start a strength training routine. Muscle burns 70% more calories than fat, so building muscles will torch serious calories 3)Increase your cardio intensity and/or time.
If you look at Calorie 101, you will see how your calorie range is calculated. SP assumes you're sedentary and factors your calorie burn through activity by their estimates. Chances are, you're burning more than estimated, so you could be undereating- a sure way to stop losing. Check it out!
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Workout as hard as possible, with very little rest in between each exercise, and if you can, do compound exercises, like a squat & an over head press. This really works your entire body, firing up all your muscles therefore burns more fat, and new research suggests this type of training (HIIT) keeps your metabolism fired up for many hours after you have stopped exercising.
Take a look at some really excellent online websites for some great, free workout ideas. Don't be intimidated, easier forms of each workout are given so even beginners can try these out. Just do your best: BODYROCK.TV.104
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