Five Fat Burning Workouts At Home
This entry was posted on April 3, 2014.
Burning fat and building muscle is the way to a better body. Sedentary lifestyle, injuries and eating the wrong foods can cause a fatty physique. Cardiovascular workouts are the best way to burn fat and develop stronger muscles. Consider five fat burning workouts you can do at home to achieve a leaner and healthier body.
Take a Walk on the Treadmill
Many people invest in a home treadmill to ensure they get a daily walk. No matter what the weather or your schedule, a treadmill is always there when you’re ready. Take a walk, climb hills, jog or run to burn fat. Interval training combines all of these elements for a superior fat-burning workout.
Take a Bike Ride
Biking means you need to watch out for traffic as well as inclement weather. A stationary bike is accessible all year round with no worries about getting into an accident. All you need to do is hop on the bike and take a ride.
Climb the Stairs
Climbing stairs is an excellent way to bring up your heart rate and burn fat. While some offices or buildings have plenty of stairs, it is unlikely you have that many stairs at home. A stair climber machine makes it possible to step your way to optimum health.
Row, Row, Row Your Boat
Even if you are miles away from a body of water, you can still row a boat to get fit. A rowing machine builds your arms and burns fat. Feel like you are kayaking in the comfort of your own home. Some of the most serious athletes use a rowing machine to achieve their fitness goals.
Go For Low Impact
If you need to engage in low impact exercise, a elliptical machine offer unlimited options for fitness. Get the most out of working out with no risk of injuries to your joints. There are even seated elliptical machines if you are unable to stand through a complete workout routine.
The fitness experts at Fitness Expo are ready to help you choose the right machines for your fat-burning workout. Check out one of eight convenient locations or make a toll-free call to find out more about fitness machines and what they can do for you.