1) High intensity interval training is far superior to low intensity training because you burn a shitload of calories after your workout and for the rest of the day. This means doing ten sprints that take 15-20 minutes instead of running at a comfortable pace for 40 minutes. The primary misconception with this is that when you do low intensity training you ARE burning more fat, however the 'after burn' is very minimal which means you'd have to run for a large proportion of the day (6 hours) to match the effect of a short high intensity training exercise.
2) High intensity training is geared, specifically, for the after burn effect. This effect is namely your metabolism running on overdrive while you are resting. This means your body is "working out" while you sit on your ass. Hence, DRINK WATER the whole day. The less water you drink, the less fat your body will burn, the lower your metabolism will operate.
3) Drink green tea:
According to a study in the American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, Green tea helps you burn 35-to-43% more calories a day and…
Another study showed that men who drank green tea for 3 months lost almost twice as much weight than those who didn't drink green tea.
4) Add spices to your food:
Different studies have said that spices can increase your metabolism by 8-to-20% for at least 30 minutes after eating them - for example…
An Oxford University study proved that hot peppers can increase your fat-burning metabolism by adding just 3 grams of chili peppers to meals and In a British Study… Spicy mustard made people burn an extra 45-to-75 calories over 3 hours and…
All you need to do to get a metabolism boost from spices is to add a little bit of cayenne pepper or spicy mustard to your favorite recipes.