5 Fat Burning Exercises For Slimmer You

Fat Burning Exercise

The number one item on most people’s New Year’s resolutions this year is losing weight. To do this well, it’s necessary to burn more fat by increasing the body’s metabolism. Naturally then, as someone who wants to get healthy, increase strength, and improve your body’s own ability to shed unwanted weight – you want to focus on fat burning exercises that can get the job done .

If you are ready for a slimmer you in the coming year, then you can start adding these powerful 5 fat burning exercises to your daily routine now.

Walking it off

When it comes to burning more fat, think cardio-vascular. One of the easiest (and free) ways to get the weight off and burn fat off your body is by walking at a moderately brisk pace for at least 20-minutes each day. You can either park your car further from the entrance of your workplace or you can plan a nice walk out in the sunshine. Oftentimes, this can be a great way to meet new people and get some walking buddies to share in your fitness goals. Walking burns calories, gets the metabolism up, and uses most of the major muscle groups so you can get slimmer.

Squat to strength

In order to sustain your long term weight loss, which should be your ultimate goal, you need to strengthen your muscles to burn more calories. This can help to stop the addition of unwanted fat in your trouble spots. Get into a standing position, with your feet as far apart as the width of your shoulders. Place a chair behind you for support. Then squat down until your knees are at a 90 degree angle, keeping your back straight and your head upright. Repeat this as many times as you can until you can’t take any more. For added fat burning, add small hand weights to increase resistance over time.

Waistline whittler

For most people, the middle section is the biggest trouble spot that can be difficult to slim down. Everyone wants a six-pack abdomen. To help develop yours, find a comfortable place to lay down, with your head and neck cradled by your hands. Gently lift your head and shoulders up and aim for your left or right knee as you simultaneously lift that knee to meet them. Do not strain yourself, as you will get better and more flexible at this over time. Do as many as you can do on each side, then switch.

Read: How Exercising Helps You Lose Weight

Balance leg lifts

Your legs and thighs can also be areas that need some slimming down. Use the following fat burning exercise for long lean legs, inspired by professional dancers. Stand in a doorway or supported by a chair at your elbow’s height. Using your hands to balance, lift your opposite leg up in front of you, with your knee slightly bent for comfort. Then kick this same leg backwards as far back as you can. Repeat this several times, then turn around and switch to the other leg for the same movements.

Swimming slimmer

It can be challenging to find fat burning exercises that don’t cause a strain on your joints and back, especially if you already suffer from pain or stiffness in joints and muscles. Swimming is by far one of the best exercises you can do to tone up, burn calories and fat, and slim down – without the impact on your body. Start by getting into water that you feel safe in and simply walking the perimeter of the pool. Then try swimming across the pool as many times as you can. Later on, you may also want to try a water aerobics and strength training class in your community.

Getting slimmer and trimmer is up to you. If you start now, in just a few weeks you’ll start feeling better and looking your best.

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