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    Default Work out at home and lose belly fat https://shrinkme.io/NjxeQJ

    Let’s face it: Finding the time to exercise is often a lot harder than your actual workout. Between work, family and friends, personal hobbies and other social commitments, many people struggle to fit fitness into their daily routine.

    Bodyweight exercises solve this problem by giving you an effective workout that can be done anywhere, anytime, with little to no setup.

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    Below is an example of a bodyweight-based workout I did during my weight loss journey. All it took was two to three days a week to see results, and I was able to fit it in while my newborn and two-year-old napped.

    Do each exercise for the desired amount of reps, quickly moving from one to the next. When you get to the end, take a 30- to 60-second break and then repeat, cycling through the routine a total of two or three times. I typically did this workout for 20 minutes and increased my time as my fitness improved.

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    Note: Always warm-up for three to five minutes with low-intensity aerobic activity prior to starting this routine. Also, if you want to add intensity to this routine, sprinkle in three to five-minute cardio intervals at the end of each round.

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    Interval training
    Interval training, more commonly known as high-intensity interval training (HIIT), is a broad term that refers to short bursts of intense exercise that alternate with recovery periods.

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    Typically, a HIIT workout lasts 10–30 minutes and can burn a lot of calories.

    One study in 9 active men found that HIIT burned 25–30% more calories per minute than other types of exercises, including weight training, cycling, and running on a treadmill (18Trusted Source).

    That means HIIT can help you burn more calories while spending less time exercising.

    Furthermore, numerous studies have shown that HIIT is especially effective at burning belly fat, which is linked to many chronic diseases (19Trusted Source, 20Trusted Source, 21Trusted Source).

    HIIT is easy to incorporate into your exercise routine. All you need to do is choose a type of exercise, such as running, jumping, or biking, and your exercise and rest times.

    For example, pedal as hard as you can on a bike for 30 seconds followed by pedaling at a slow pace for 1–2 minutes. Repeat this pattern for 10–30 minutes.

    SUMMARY
    Interval training is an effective weight loss strategy that can be applied to many types of exercises, including running, jumping, biking, and more. Incorporating interval training into your routine can help you burn more calories in less time.

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