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2 Summer Fat Blasting Workout Routines

fat blasting workoutIt’s the summer time and you are probably wondering how you would be able to enjoy the beach without feeling too self-conscious about your stubborn belly fat. Or perhaps you are just too frustrated with the lack of result you’ve been getting from all those televised weight-loss programs. Well, someone once said: if you keep doing what you’ve been doing, you will keep getting what you’ve been getting.” So maybe you should try something different this time, if you truly are committed to shedding that unwanted belly fat! So get off that couch and get ready to have fun and lose fat with these two fat blasting workout routines.

Fat Blasting Workout Routine 1: Burpees

Burpees are excellent fat blasting workout routines due to the fact that they incorporate both strength training, and cardio elements. If you are taking fat burning supplements such as ephedrine, feel free to continue taking it while you incorporate this workout in your daily exercise sessions

As you see in the video above, burpees hit several muscle groups including your quads, your abdominal muscles, your triceps, your chest, and your back and shoulders. In addition, this exercise gets your heart rate pumping as it requires you to execute several moves simultaneously, including a jump.

To do a burpee, get down on the floor with your arms shoulders-width apart, then extend your legs behind you and locking your pelvis simultaneously. Then bring your knees back towards your chest and with your legs still bent, spring upwards and land softly. Repeat the move for 30 seconds non-stop, or until failure.

Fat Blasting Workout Routine 1: Burpees

Bench jumps (also called box jumps) are also great fat blasting workout routines because they are designed to work on your strength, speed, cardio and balance. Not to forget they are great exercise routines for toning your glutes and quads.

To challenge yourself even further, with the bench jump routine, feel free to add a pair of dumbbells to the workout. Ensure it’s not too heavy to prevent you from executing your jumps properly.

To do the bench jump, position yourself at about a foot to two feet away from the bench, with one dumbbell in each hand, and your arms at a 90 degree angle. Then spring forward, and land softly on the bench, ensuring that your bend your knees to absorb the shock. Repeat this move for 30 seconds non-stop, or until failure.

That’s it! Good luck with these exercises and let me know if you have any question(s)

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