7. Do the right kind of cardio
Too much steady-state aerobic exercise like jogging or cycling can lead to a depressed metabolism, especially when combined with a calorie-restricted diet. Along with focusing on strength training, switching from steady-state cardio to more high-intensity work like sprinting, strongman circuits, or martial arts training can burn considerable body fat while stimulating your metabolism. Better yet, this high-intensity work encourages your body to keep burning calories after you’re done working out, which speeds up your metabolism in the long run.
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