At Home Fat Burning Workout

At Home Fat Burning Workout

It’s a common myth that to get fit you need a gym membership. A gym can be a great motivator and an excellent place to work out, but by no means is it the only way to get in great shape. Fat burning exercises don’t necessarily require a treadmill, a stairmaster, or an elliptical machine. Home exercises to lose weight can be performed at your convenience and without expensive gym equipment. Below are 10 Fat Burning Exercises are designed to improve your coordination, balance, endurance, and agility, and all in the comfort of your own home, on your schedule.

Equipment Needed: yoga mat or soft surface for floor exercises; jump rope; interval timer. 

What to Do: Perform each move for 20 secs; rest 10 secs after each move; repeat routine 3 times weekly for best results. Review the videos below for exercise demonstrations.

Beginner Level: complete 1 circuit
Intermediate Level:  complete 2 circuits
Advanced Level: complete 4 circuits

Exercises:

1. Jumping Lunges
2. Pilates Leg Pulls
3. Burpees
4. Jump Rope
5. Jack Knife Crunches
6. Jumping Squats
7. Mountain Climbers
8. Plank
9. Pushups
10. Jumping Jacks

Jumping Lunges

Pilates Leg Pulls

Burpees

Jump Rope

Jackknife Crunches

Jumping Squats

Mountain Climbers

Plank

Pushups

Jumping Jacks

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Remember to fuel your muscles properly to allow you to get the most out of your workouts! Try Quick and Easy Post-Workout Foods and 7 Foods for Fast Energy.

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7 Comments on "At Home Fat Burning Workout"

  1. Cari  April 15, 2014

    For reference.

    Reply
  2. Lyla  October 2, 2015

    When do you advise people to move past the different levels? At what point should I move on from beginner to intermediate, and intermediate to advanced? Thanks!

    Reply
    • SkinnyMs  October 3, 2015

      Lyla, As soon as the beginner level is no longer a challenge. After you've mastered the intermediate level, it's time to move to the advanced. 🙂

      Reply
  3. kaise kare  January 5, 2017

    Hi, I’m 25 years old & my weight is 93 kg & height is 6 feet 0 inches. I just want to reduce stomach fat. Please help me what to do. I’ve tried all exercise. Should I follow the diet plan?

    Reply
  4. javon  February 22, 2017

    my name is javon i weigh 180 im 51 how do i loose the weight

    Reply

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