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Overcompensating For The Burned Calorie

Many people, as studies suggest, tend to eat more when they exercise because increased activity makes them hungrier or they feel entitled to a reward after a tough workout. To get through this mindset, before your workout, make a post-workout snack that you can easily grab after like a piece of fruit or fat-free yogurt.

Make your calorie burn a fun activity that makes you want to go do more. When you dread to do something, you're more likely not to do it again.

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