• Victoria Kain


Updated: Apr 6, 2020

NEAT stands for Non Exercise Activity Thermogenesis and a great way to track this is by simply tracking your steps on your phone or watch.

SEDENTARY = 5,000 steps or less per day

LIGHTLY ACTIVE = 5,000-10,000 p/d

ACTIVE = 10,000-12,000 p/d

HIGHLY ACTIVE = 12,000 + p/d

I always recommend to my Clients to try to hit 10,000 steps a day but by increasing 20% as a starting point to what your current levels are would be highly beneficial.

By increasing your informal cardio levels this will have a significant impact on your health and fitness and as it is low intensity, it will not interfere with performance or recovery.

Small changes in NEAT can make a huge difference in gain. Especially if you are eating a well balanced diet.

So step it up a notch and notice the difference!

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