HIIT involves short bursts of intense exercise followed by brief rest or low-intensity periods. It's effective for burning calories and improving cardiovascular health. Examples include sprint intervals, jump squats, or high knees.
Building muscle mass through strength training can boost metabolism and aid in weight loss. Exercises such as squats, lunges, deadlifts, and push-ups are excellent for strength building.
Engage in aerobic exercises that get your heart rate up and burn calories. Activities like running, cycling, swimming, and dancing are great options.
Combine strength training and cardio by performing a series of exercises in sequence with minimal rest in between. This approach keeps your heart rate elevated while building strength. An example circuit might include squats, push-ups, burpees, and jumping jacks.
Using equipment like the treadmill, stationary bike, or elliptical, alternate between high-intensity intervals and lower intensity or rest periods.
These exercises use your body weight as resistance and can be done anywhere. Examples include burpees, mountain climbers, jumping jacks, and planks.
A low-impact, full-body workout that burns calories and helps improve cardiovascular health.
While not traditionally considered a weight-loss exercise, yoga can aid weight loss by improving flexibility, strength, and mindfulness. Certain styles, like vinyasa or power yoga, incorporate more movement and can elevate the heart rate.