4 Easy Ways to Burn More Calories While Walking

Available for Interviews:  Tibor Deme

Tibor Deme is a Sports & Nutrition Specialist, Elite Personal Trainer, and Habit Transformation Expert. He is also the Founder of LifeBoostFit and accompanying application.

What Tibor Deme can say in an interview about
Burning More Calories While Walking:

Enjoy walking but looking for some ways to increase the intensity and get more bang for your buck? Here are a few tips that you can apply today to help you to reach your weight and fitness goals:

    1. Simply extend the distance of the walk to burn more calories than you typically do.
    2. Intensify walking speed which will get the heart rate up and in turn, burns more calories. It should be performed in intervals of speed walking for 2 minutes and then back to a slower pace for 45 seconds, then repeat. 
    3. Walk with ankle weights or a weighted vest, which is designed to take your workouts up a notch and will help you build lean muscle mass, increase calorie burn, and build strength.
    4. Combine all three to intensity your walking workouts and achieve the maximum desired effect.

Walking is one of the most popular forms of exercise. By just adding a little more time and/or intensity you will get even more out of this well-liked activity.


Interview: Tibor Deme

Tibor Deme is a Sports & Nutrition Specialist, Habit Transformation Expert, and Certified Elite Personal Trainer, is the owner of LifeBoostFit. LifeFitBoost is a program that kickstarts your healthy lifestyle by combining hand-delivered, nutrient-rich meals OR DIY Nutritional Support, coupled with an in-home or in-office Personal Training and a HabitBoost™ Mind-Strengthening Series. He also provides in-home or office nutrition and fitness services for the Los Angeles, CA area.

With Tibor’s new LifeBoostFit app, newly launching in the App Store this month, he hopes to broaden awareness of the importance of nutrition in disease prevention and quality of life. His philosophy is, ‘obesity is not a shame, it’s a symptom of an unhealthy lifestyle.’ Tibor, who has helped so many on their personal journeys towards a healthy lifestyle, often says: “It is much easier to engage in healthy living at whatever stage of life we’re in than it is to try and  ‘get healthy’ when we fall ill.”

Jo Allison
Managing Editor
Director of Public Relations
Success In Media, Inc.

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