Fat Burning Exercises: Burn More Fat in Less Time
Can you imagine burning more fat in less time? Well, try this workout routine. Each exercise consists of two levels of workout. the first part should accelerate the heart rate with rapid movements designed to deplete the body and make the muscles work hard. Then you will lower the rhythm! Rests between 30 and 60 seconds and then continue to the next exercise. Do you want an even bigger challenge? cut the rests between the exercises. good luck!
Get in the side plank position with one elbow under shoulder and body in a straight line from shoulders to heels. Tense the belly and slowly raise one arm off the ground, putting it at shoulder height, Pause for 60 seconds, and then lower your arm and change sides. Keep alternating for one minute.
Stand, when your feet are wider than the hips. Bend your knees and rest your hands on the floor. Put your feet back, keeping your hands just below the shoulders. Lower the chest to the ground, with the elbows next to the body, and raise the body again. With one jump, place your feet back in your hands and stand up, pressing the heels on the floor. Repeat for 2 minutes.
Squat + Shoulder Presses
Stand, with the feet width apart the hips. and hold a pair of dumbbells to shoulder height. Bend your knees and lower your body by doing a squat, until your thighs are parallel to the floor. Lift the body by pressing with the heels and raise the dumbbells above the head. Then bend your elbows to lower them back toward the shoulder blades, keeping your elbows as close as you can to the head. Repeat for 15 reps.
Dog Pose + Dumbbells
Place the knees on the floor and your hands on a pair of dumbbells, just below the shoulders. Without arching the back, with the belly tense and the feet on the ground, raise the knees five centimeters from the ground. That’s the starting position. Without moving the hip, flex the right elbow and lift the dumbbell toward the side of the chest. Pause and then stretch the arm, lifting the weight back. Repeat for 10 reps each arm. Do not forget to change arms!
Side Rowing + Dumbbells
Holding a dumbbell in your left hand, step right leg outward. Pull the hip back, flex the right knee and lower the body, bringing the dumbbell to the instep of the right foot. Without lifting the body, flex the left knee and shift the weight to the left foot. Place the right leg left, and then lift the weight to the side of the chest. Without stopping, take a step to the right and back to start another repetition. Complete 10 to 12 repetitions. Change sides and repeat.
Begins in the position to do push-ups, hands just below the shoulders and the taut belly. Bring one knee to the chest, then the other knee. Continue alternating legs for 60 seconds.
Takes a step towards the outside with the right leg, bending your knees, lower your body. Press with your right heel and stretch your right leg to make a left leap. When landing, flex the left knee, marking the stride towards the opposite side. Keep going, alternately changing sides for a minute.
Stand, with separated between 60 and 90 centimeters and 45 degrees points facing outwards feet. Support two dumbbells with arms stretched between legs. Pull the hip back and flex the knees, lowering the body. In a single movement, press with your heels on the floor and squeeze your buttocks to lift your body and raise the dumbbells above your head by drawing a V and standing on tiptoe. Hold the position for 3 seconds and then return to the starting position. Repeat for 10-15 reps.
Start from a position of sumo squat (legs apart between 60 and 90 cm and 45 degrees points facing outwards). Put your hands next to the body, but keep your chest high. Press with the heels on the ground to make a quick jump and back to squat. Repeat for 10-15 reps.
Stretch out on the floor with your legs straight and arms stretched beyond the head. Force yourself with your belly and slowly separate the upper body from the floor while raising your legs keeping them straight, directing your arms towards the ceiling and then forward, towards the toes. The entire weight of the body rests on the buttock. Pause and then lower your body slowly until you touch the ground with the shoulder blades. If the position you find it too difficult V, alternating lifting arms with the legs.
Hold a dumbbell in your left hand and lift the left foot slightly off the ground, taking him back. Bend your right knee slightly. Pull the body forward flexing the hip and with the back straight, and throw the left leg back to form a T with the body. Let the left arm stand upright from the shoulder. Pull the hip forward and stand up, lifting the left knee and flexing the elbow to raise the weight to shoulder height.