Some Fat-Burning Exercises

Remember this kid-friendly activity? Swimming is one of the most effective calorie-burning exercises you can undertake. This exercise burns 220 calories in 15 minutes for a 150-pound person.

Rope jumping

Interval-style jogging burns fat on the treadmill or outside. It's an extremely effective exercise that involves sprinting hard for a set duration typically 60 seconds, then walking or jogging for another set time shorter. 

HIIT

Kettlebell workouts are adaptable and don't require a gym membership. Find circuit trainings on your fitness app or online. Kettlebell workouts activate more stabiliser muscles than traditional weight training, so you burn more calories & build abdominal strength.

Kettlebells

Kickboxing is another interval workout with high-intensity and low-intensity periods. Kickboxing also works your core, arms, legs, glutes, & back. It burns 350 to 450 calories per hour Plus EPOC calories, according to the ACE.

Kickboxing

Spin class burns like hell. It can raise your heart rate, with sporadic relief (when you wish you were anywhere but there). Once it's over, you've burned 400 to 600 calories, & you'll keep burning more.

Spinning

If you have a staircase at home or in a quiet public place, try this workout. It works all your muscles, notably your glutes, calves, & abs. Your high intensity interval is climbing the stairs, & your low intensity interval is walking down. 

Stair-climbing

The rowing machine is an often-overlooked fitness machine at the gym. Again, high-intensity and low-intensity intervals are optimal. It works your quads, hamstrings, back, arms, shoulders, & abs. 

Rowing

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