For us this means incorporating low-level aerobic pace into our lives. For me this means yoga and walking as much as I can, everywhere and anywhere.
What I do when I go to the gym is: spend NOT more than 30 to 35 minutes max, focus on movements that involve the entire body and in wider ranges of motion, and I emulate the movements that out ancestors did in order to increase muscle strength and power, increase bone density, improve insulin sensitivity, stimulate growth hormone secretion and consume stored body fat. I also do plenty of body weight workouts like pushups and bodyweight high intensity squats at bootcamp. This makes up my quota of high intensity interval training which is basically metabolic conditioning – a steady barrage of multijoint, compound exercises, with very little rest performed rapidly, to build muscular and anaerobic endurance.