CrystalLynn replied 9 months ago:
Focus on every day things that you do and make small changes. For example, when you go to the store or to college, work, whereever - park at the very end of the parking lot so that you have to get some walking in. Anytime you have the option to take the stairs or the elevator/escalator, always take the stairs. When you are studying, move while you study - you can do squats, walk in place, or at the very least rock or sway side to side while you are sitting. Anytime you are sitting, try to keep moving even if it is a very gentle (unnoticable) bouncing or swaying (the more you move, the more calories you burn) When you are sitting, stand up and sit back down often - this uses leg muscles. Dance whenever you can. Do a few situps, squats, and pushups before bed and first thing in the morning every day, even if it is only for 5 minutes - this will eventually build muscle, the more muscle you have, the more calories your body burns naturally.