Your Basal Metabolic Rate

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Let's Exercise

I received an email from my sister-in-law about Basal Metabolic Rate (BMR). Although, the information shared was basically to advertise a product. The explanation of BMR captured my imagination.

Your body is like your car. Think of turning your car engine on in the morning
and just letting it run in the driveway. The car sitting in the driveway burning
fuel is like your BMR. The bigger the car engine, the more fuel it uses. So a
big truck burns lots of fuel and gets maybe eight miles to the gallon while an
economy car uses little fuel and gets 40 miles to the gallon. If you pushed down
on the gas pedal and revved the engine, you would be burning more fuel, which is
basically what you do when you exercise.

In other words, the bigger you are the more calories you have to burn in a day.

But I guess we should love exercising because of the benefits we could get out of it. Just one hour walking, running or jogging perhaps could surely burn some hated fats that we have. We don't really have to go to the gym and use those heavy exercise equipment. Right?

Well, I'd like to end this post by sharing these tips from Luigi Gratoon, M.D., M.P.H

Tips for burning more calories:
• Exercise to increase muscle mass.
• Fuel up with Herbalife nutrition products.
• Rev up your workout routine to
burn more calories.

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The Fitness Diva said...

That is quite some pic! LOL!
Definitely the eye catcher! :D

Jane Jane said...

@The Fitness Diva... hehe, Ty and thanks for dropping by.

fedhz said...

I agree that you don't need expensive/heavy equipment to keep fit.
I thoroughly discussed this here:

skipratt said...

Eat less ride more, although she need something special for that ass! LOL

The Fitness Diva said...

Skip, that ass is the least of her problems! LOL! ;)

weight loss diva said...

Nice pic.....funny! Good nice tip Love it.

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