How to Lose Weight Without Playing Sports?

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Do you know- how to lose weight without playing sports? Keep reading! In this article, you will find how to lose weight without playing sports. 

Non-exercise activity thermogenesis (NEAT) focuses on the calories. A person burns calories daily while doing normal activities.

Taking care of food, practicing more exercise and keeping fit ultimately try to lead a healthy lifestyle. This is one of the objectives proposed by the vast majority of people. It is especially with the arrival of January after the excesses of Christmas. Although some do not hesitate to join the gym with the arrival of the new year, excuses begin to appear. Fortunately, losing fat without strict diets or exhausting sports routines is possible. With exercise-free thermogenesis, known as NEAT, the ability focuses on Calories. A person burns calories daily while doing normal activities that are different from doing sports. We perform day to day that is not an exercise but also help us lose weight.

How do I calculate my NEAT?

To know our NEAT, it is necessary to know the factors involved in caloric expenditure.

Basal metabolism: Body needs minimum amount of energy to keep us alive.

Daily physical activity: We burn energy to activity and exercise. This energy source would be the NEAT.

Thermogenic effect of food: Energy is spent by the body to process food and digest. It does not have much impact on the final result of calories burned throughout the day.

Calculating exactly, our NEAT is complicated. However, with the help of an activity bracelet we can approach the figure. These devices calculate travel distance. The calories consumed throughout the day based on our age, weight, height and sex. To the result that marks the screen at the end of the day, we must subtract the calories. We have burned during the training. We would have a fairly accurate estimate of our NEAT.

Forget the elevator

In the building in which we live in the subway in the office. In our day to day, there are many stairs that we could climb. But we usually opt for the elevator or the mechanics. However, going up and down stairs not only burns more calories than we think but also by doing so we are adding small doses of activity. Those have a direct impact on both health and scale.

If we climb all the steps that we find throughout the day, it will be an extra effort. We accumulate without hardly realizing it.

Park the car

The vast majority of people have to be more than half of the hours of the day sitting. Still, many choose to use the car to get around. Walking or introducing the bicycle in our journey can burn significant amounts of energy. If time and distance do not allow you to walk to your workplace, you can leave the car parked a little further. In case of traveling by public transport, get off a few stops before. Remember that daily steps accumulate. Adding additional steps to your day is an important component of NEAT.

Housework

Performing household chores can also increase daily NEAT. Vacuuming, washing the dishes, cleaning the dust, ironing, sweeping. According to a study by Muscle Food, cleaning the house thoroughly can make us spend more than 2,000 calories every week without just noticing.

To play!

Few things are more rewarding than sharing time with the little ones. Children should play outdoors every day. A fun activity is also beneficial in every way. Walking to the park, running after them, jumping rope or kicking a ball help to burn calories. Playing around 30 minutes helps burn between 120 and 130 calories. A great way to exercise while strengthening emotional ties with the little ones.

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Dr. Mithun Chowdhury has completed his M.B.B.S and M.D (Doctor of Medicine) at Uzhhorod National University in Ukraine in 2015. He has completed his MRCP in the United Kingdom. He is a Senior Medical Officer at Supreme Diagnostic Centre and General Hospital. He is also the co-founder of it. He is deeply experienced in Medicine, Internal Medicine, Nutrition, Food, Human Lifestyle, and Diabetics treatment. So, he is interested in writing about these types of topics regularly as a general health practitioner. He is also a researcher of Medical Science at the Institute of Nuclear Medicine and Allied Sciences Dhaka. His favorite quote is "Think twice before doing something."

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