7 Ways to Burn More Calories After Every Exercise

Do complex workouts first.

Focus on larger compound exercises, such as chest presses, rather than isolation routines, such as biceps curls, to maximize your workout's effectiveness.

Squat a lot

In addition to making you feel like Superwoman, lifting heavy weights increases your metabolic rate after exercise. 

Avoid missing out on HIIT workouts 

High-intensity interval training (HIIT) is a time-efficient and effective way to maintain your body burning calories long after you've cooled down.

Max leaves with the clinchers.

Using weights that are heavy enough to make the last few reps difficult is another easy way to increase the intensity of your strength .


Try out some metabolic resistance exercises.

Tamir claims that metabolic resistance training is an effective alternative to HIIT for fat loss and muscular and anaerobic conditioning. 

Honor your bodily cues.

Using your heart rate as a guide during interval training is a terrific method to keep your workouts interesting and effective for fat loss.

Make use of supersets in your workouts.

Supersets are a great way to ramp up the intensity of your strength training routine, as advocated by Campbell.