These are some of the best exercises you can do at home to burn away that stubborn belly fat.
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There are special massage techniques that promise to help you burn stubborn belly fat. And that’s just the beginning there are also fat-burning pills that promise overnight results as well as body wraps that contain special fat-burning gel, and even exercises that are proclaimed to target your stubborn fat stores but realistically there’s only one way to get rid of stubborn fat and that’s by making your body use those fat cells for energy. The only way you’re going to be able to do that is by reducing the amount of energy that you take in from food, and you can add to that deficit by burning more calories from activity. So that’s what today’s video is about increasing the amount of calories you burn by adding some high-intensity exercises into your routine that you can do anywhere even at home with no equipment. These exercises are truly the best bodyweight exercises that I know of to raise your heart rate and burn more calories, however, they will only help you burn body fat faster if you maintain an overall calorie deficit, if you do that it’ll be like pouring fuel on an already lit fire.
So the first exercise that you can do anywhere to burn more calories per minute than almost any other exercise is the burpee. I”‘m going to explain exactly how to do each of these fat-burning exercises and also explain how you can combine them into a full workout plan at the end. So burpees will help you build both strength and endurance. You want to start in a standing position with your feet shoulder-width apart and your arms by your sides. Then bend your knees and sit your hips back to lower your body into a squat position. As you do this keep your back straight and your chest up. Then place your hands on the floor in front of you. From there in one fluid motion, kick both of your feet back behind you so that you land in a plank or push-up position. If this is too difficult just step one foot back at a time. So now your body should form a straight line from head to heels and you should be keeping your core tight to maintain good posture and prevent your hips from sagging. Next, you’re going to perform pushups so lower your chest towards the floor by bending your elbows while keeping them close to your body. Then push back up to the plank position, jump your feet back to the squat position, and then immediately explode up and jump with your arms overhead. Then land back down with a slight bend in your knees and repeat for reps. Keep in mind to add an extra challenge if you have dumbbells, you can use them in the same way except instead of jumping up at the end you’ll perform a curl and press, then lower them back down for your next burpee.
Another amazing exercise for burning calories and increasing endurance is the plyometric lunge. This exercise will also help improve leg strength and power without any equipment. Begin by standing up straight with your feet together. Then take a step back with one leg while keeping your feet hip-width apart rather than in a straight line. This will be your starting lunge position. As you step back, bend both knees to create two 90-degree angles with your legs and lower your body to the ground. Then with your back knee hovering just above the ground in one explosive motion, jump up off the ground. While in the air, switch your leg positions. So the leg that was initially forward should now be back, and vice versa. Swing your arms for balance and momentum during the jump and as you land, make sure to land softly with your knees slightly bent to reduce the impact on your joints. From there Immediately drop into your next lunge position with the opposite leg forward and the back knee hovering just above the ground and then repeat for reps.
Next, we have mountain climbers which is a pretty basic exercise that burns a lot of calories. Begin in a plank position with your hands directly under your shoulders. Extend your legs straight out behind you, keeping your body in a straight line from head to heels. Keep your core tight, lift one foot off the floor, and bring your knee towards your chest. Then quickly switch legs by simultaneously extending your starting leg back to the starting position while bringing your opposite knee towards your chest. Then repeat that movement at a brisk pace almost as if you’re running in place while in a plank position. Keep the movement continuous and fluid, as if you are running in place while in a plank position.
Another simple yet effective bodyweight exercise used to drive the heart rate up in many hiit workouts is high knees. Begin by standing up straight with your feet hip-width apart. You’ll want to start looking like you’re marching in place, but at a fast speed by lifting your knees up one at a time toward your chest, and as soon as one knee comes…