The five best exercise regimens as per Dr. Luiza Petre, Board Certified Cardiologist and Weight Management specialist are listed here:
Tabata is a few minutes of high intensity interval training that consists of 20 seconds of hard effort, followed by 10 seconds of rest, repeated eight times.
Pick exercises such as jump rope, squats, and squat jumps. Do each for 20 seconds as hard and fast as you can. It will raise your heart rate, pump up your muscles, and increase your fitness level.
Boot Camp Exercise
Boot camp training takes the military workout out of basic training and into gyms and homes everywhere. Typical boot camp workouts combine intense aerobic exercise with muscle building and resistance exercises. Moreover, flexibility and coordination are improved. Daily boot camp training burns fat, increases weight loss, and builds muscle.
Lifting weights has been shown to increase resting metabolic rate, which means you continue to burn calories after working out. The more muscle you have, the more calories you burn throughout the day. By increasing your base metabolic rate (BMR) and burning more calories at rest, you also increase your calorie deficit, which is necessary for weight loss.
High Intensity Interval Training [HIIT]
High intensity interval training is a form of exercise characterized by periods of hard work followed by brief periods of recovery or rest.
The American College of Sports Medicine says this workout routine burns between 6-15 percent more calories compared to other training methods. High intensity interval training can be performed up to 4 times per week. The only downside is that it takes your body quite a bit of time to recover, and you can physically only do it for 20-30 minutes at a time before you become too exhausted to continue. Listen to your body, pay attention to results, and this workout will take your training to the next level.
Strength Based Circuit Training Exercise
Compared to traditional strength training, strength based circuit training helps you lose more fat while still building muscle. It provides both strength and cardio benefits and takes less time than a normal strength workout. Furthermore, it focuses on the entire body in a single workout, maximizing calorie burn and movement function.
Feel good about yourself. Use any one of these five exercises and improve your overall health.