Top 9 calorie-burning exercises for weight loss

Swimming

A low-impact exercise that works several muscle groups is swimming. An average person can burn 200 to 300 calories in 30 minutes of swimming, according to Saltos. In addition, swimming strengthens the heart, enhances strength, and develops endurance—all excellent reasons to get in the water.

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Cycling

Nothing compares to a leisurely evening bike ride in pleasant weather—plus, it's a terrific kind of exercise. According to Saltos, an hour-long, steady bike ride can burn anywhere between 500 and 700 calories. "

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High-Intensity interval training (HIIT)

High-intensity interval training (HIIT) routines offer just that. These exercises consist of short bursts of intense effort followed by recovery.Although there are various variations of HIIT, the classic Tabata exercise consists of eight rounds, or four minutes, of pushing yourself for twenty seconds and resting for ten.

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Jumping rope

This beloved playground pastime is really very beneficial to your health. According to Saltos, "jumping rope is great for strengthening the upper and lower body as well as improving cardiovascular fitness and endurance." 

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Strength training

One of the most effective ways to increase calorie burn is through strength training. An hour of strength training can burn an average of 300–400 calories, but the EPOC effect will cause you to burn more calories throughout the day.

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Boxing

Boxing is not only an excellent method to let off steam, but it also strengthens the core and upper body, increases endurance, and helps with balance.Boxing is a great way to burn calories, as the average person can burn between 500 and 800 calories in an hour of exercise.

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Rowing

Rowing works the arms, abs, and back, among other muscle groups, with its pushing and pulling motion, which helps burn calories. According to Saltos, an hour of rowing will burn 400–600 calories on average.

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Calisthenics

Compound exercises and rhythmic strength-training movements employing your body weight as resistance are included in calisthenics. Depending on your weight and degree of activity, Patricia Greaves, C.P.T., founder of StrongHer Personal Training, corrective exercise specialist, nutrition coach.

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Sprint interval training (SIT)

[HIIT] and sprint interval training] are comparable in that they both involve brief (30-second) bursts of intense activity." "The difference is that a SIT workout allows for a longer recovery period between each exercise because the intensity is even higher."

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