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Need some ways to burn calories outside the gym? A person can burn the same number of calories, if not more, as you would in an hour-long aerobics class without ever having to step into a gym or slither into spandex. It’s super easy. Actually, there’s a good chance that you have probably done this before.

Do you remember the days when you had to go into the gas station to pay for gas? When you couldn’t get your pizza delivered? When you mowed your yard? When you had to walk to the TV to change the channel? These are only a few of the many tasks that are starting to become obsolete and depriving the human race of needed physical activity. If you start to add up all of those extra calories you would be burning during these movements, you could end up losing 38 pounds in a single year!

If you are making use of the extra time that these devices are giving you by taking a walk, riding your bike, or some other regular exercise, then perfect. But let’s get real: Most are spending this time sitting in a car or slouched in front of the TV or their laptop.

A lot of people don’t have a clue of how sedentary their life actually is, which is an unrecognized reason for their growing waistline. Nowadays, the average adult expends around 300 to 700 fewer calories each day than their parents did.

The great thing is that if you add some simple activity back into your lifestyle, you can start shaping up and burning more calories. A study at Cooper Institute found that activities, like parking you car in a far away spot and taking the stairs, offer similar benefits as those found in the gym.

Let’s look at eight ways to burn calories outside the gym.

1. Turn off Your Cruise Control

Increase your daily task intensity from walking the dog to vacuuming. Crank up some tunes and throw in some vigorous bursts of movement, and enjoy this time. This is one of the best ways to burn calories outside the gym, but keep reading for more.

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