8 Effective Weight Loss And Fat Burning Exercises

Running is a great way to lose fat and shed some extra pounds. However, not all of us are runners.Running seems like a daunting task at times and that’s perfectly understandable. Not everyone is made to be a runner.

If you’ve been trying to run to lose a little bit more fat, but aren’t really in love with the whole running part of things, there are other exercises out there that can give you the cardio you want and help you drop the fat you want as well.

Exercises that Burn More Fat than Running

The exercises below can help you burn more fat than actually running.

These are especially useful for those of you that don’t like running at all. And yes, we know most of you probably aren’t fans of running all the time on top of other forms of working out.

We aren’t saying that running is a bad thing. Running is great! All we want to do is try to help you and give you ideas on how to possibly better your workouts.

#1. Burpees

Burpees are great because they hit every major muscle group in your body and raise your heart rate almost instantly. They can be a lot to take at the beginning, but they will definitely help you torch more belly fat than hours and hours of regular cardio.

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#2. Pull-ups

The pull-up is a powerful old school exercise that can help you build a strong back, improve your posture and tone your whole body. In short, pull-ups are an absolute must for anyone looking to improve their body composition and overall strength.

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#3. Squats

Squats are the ultimate compound movement for completely reshaping your butt, thighs and legs. After you gain enough prowess with the bodyweight squat, try them with a barbell for even better results.

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#4. Push-ups

Push-ups help you strengthen your shoulders, triceps and chest, while also maximally activating your core, especially the abs. Among other things, having a tight and strong core will improve your posture, back health and stability.

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