The Best Fat Burning Exercises for at Home and the Gym
Working out in the gym is fun when you have friends around. For some, it can be really frustrating as you feel conscious and shy. For others, it is a treat as you feel motivated to workout. No matter what it is, fat burning exercises are also just perfect for keeping your mind and body fit. Some good cardiovascular workouts will help you maintain yourself. Rapid weight loss or fat loss diets are not too healthy to try. However, cutting down on fatty food and practicing these fat burning exercises can bring a huge change in your life.
Isn’t it great to hear that you may also not need to throw in money for the gym? Because you can work out at home too! An intensive workout every day is good enough to maintain your body. You do need to pay attention to what you eat and try these techniques to burn your fat. This workout will help you to experience fat loss all over your body if practiced at least 3 times a week. All you need for these fat burning exercises is a towel, 20-30 minutes of your time.
Start in a standing position with your arms resting at your sides. Slightly bend your knees and jump your legs out so they’re a little more than shoulder-width apart. At the same time, thrust your arms out and over your head. Then return your body to your starting position and repeat for 30 seconds of continuous jumping
Stand with your feet shoulder-width apart. In one fluid motion, lower your body into a squat, place your hands on the ground in front of your feet, and jump your feet back so you land in a plank position. Then jump to return your feet to near your hands and complete a powerful jump straight up into the air. Repeat. To make it more challenging, add a push-up when you’re in the plank position. If you’re a beginner, do a squat thrust instead for lower impact: The move is similar to a burpee, except you don’t complete the explosive jump at the end and simply stand up.
With your feet shoulder-width apart, lower your body into a squat position (back and upper body stay lifted, and hips and butt lower down to the ground as if you’re sitting in an imaginary chair). Keep your core tight and launch into an explosive jump. Land lightly on your feet and immediately lower into a squat again. Repeat.
Stand with your feet hip-width apart. With your right foot planted, cross your left leg behind you and out to your right side (almost as if you’re doing a curtsy lunge). Your weight should be supported by your right leg. Simultaneously, swing your right arm out to about shoulder height and your left arm across your body reaching toward your right hip. Then jump to your left and repeat the movement on your left side. Land on your left foot and swing your right leg behind you and out to your left side. (Left arm should simultaneously swing out to your left side and right arm should extend toward your left hip.) Continue leaping back and forth with arms swinging in a skating motion.
Begin in a plank position with your wrists in line with your shoulders and your body extended in a straight line behind you. Your feet should be planted together on the floor. Jump your legs out wide, and then jump them back together at a quick pace.
From a standing position, lift your left knee into your chest. Swiftly switch your legs so your right knee is now pulled into your chest. At a nonstop pace, keep alternating your knees and move your arms in a running motion, with your left arm lifting with your right leg and right arm lifting with your left leg.