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Morning Exercise

If you exercise in the morning, before breakfast, for 30 to 60 minutes, you will burn more fat than exercising at any other time of the day. It has been shown that exercising first thing in the morning burns up to 3 times more fat.

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Why is this?

Well, during sleep, all our remaining energy gets used up in the normal body repair functions that happen when we are asleep. So when you wake up in the morning, there is no energy left from the food you ate the previous day, so your body is forced to use fat for energy at this time.

Also, your metabolism (the rate at which you burn calories) is revved up by doing this morning exercise. Your metabolism stays at this revved up state for the rest of the day, and therefore more calories are burned.

Additional Exercise Tip

To burn even more fat, add a second workout later in the day, about 4-6 hours after your early morning one. If you decide to do this, make the morning exercise a cardio workout, and make the second exercise a weight training exercise. Also remember: muscle burns fat.

Always Eat Breakfast

After you have completed your early morning workout, make sure you ALWAYS have a good healthy breakfast. This helps get your metabolism started, and in this way it is perfect when combined with the exercise.

Think of your metabolism as being like a fire. By adding plenty of fuel to the fire at the beginning of the day, you set it going for burning hot all day long. Eating breakfast also reduces cravings later on in the day.

Additional Food Tip

Make sure you eat more often to keep adding fuel to the fire. Instead of eating 3 large meals, try to spread your calorie intake across 6 smaller meals eaten every 2 to 3 hours.

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