According to the World Health Organization (WHO), regular physical activity has been shown to help prevent and control non-communicable diseases such as heart disease, stroke, diabetes and various types of cancer.
Among the benefits of physical activity, its help in preventing hypertension, overweight, obesity and its ability to improve mental health, quality of life and overall sense of well-being are highlighted.
Everyone has different goals when it comes to exercise, but one of the most common is losing body fat. To do this, conventional belief suggests that cardio exercise is most effective; however, supplementation with weight-bearing exercise and a hypocaloric (low-calorie) diet is recommended to optimize results.
Of course, cardio is still important because it provides great benefits to the cardiovascular system, improving heart health, physical endurance, and aerobic capacity.
In order to offer options to people who are interested in getting rid of fat by performing cardio exercises, the specialized portal better with health review some of the most effective. However, it is valuable to consult a doctor before exercising to get professional advice.
Jump on the rope
Considered one of boxers’ favorite exercises, jumping rope is an activity that provides numerous health benefits: eliminates calories, improves coordination, strengthens lower body muscles, increases aerobic capacity and stimulates the cardiorespiratory system as a whole.
Likewise, its implementation is quite simple. The only tool you need is a rope that you take at both ends and wrap around your body so that the rope passes under your feet as you jump.
The most popular exercise cross fit. The burp are part of the so-called HIIT training group (high intensity interval training). Its performance involves agility, endurance and strength, so it burns a large number of calories.
To perform it, stand with your feet shoulder-width apart. From this position, the legs are bent, performing a kind of squat, while the hands are brought to the ground to fully support the palms.
Then the position of folding the chest – or push-ups – is assumed and the original position is returned, finishing the movement with a jump, stretching the arms upwards. Immediately after, the same exercise is repeated.
This exercise is similar to burp, but the transition to push-ups is omitted. In this sense, its execution consists of spreading the legs shoulder-width apart, performing a squat and finishing with a jump. The idea is to repeat the exercise over and over, without rest, for greater intensity.
A well-executed stair climbing routine strengthens your core while burning calories. To perform this exercise, you need to lie face down on a completely flat and comfortable surface. The palms of the hands and the tops of the feet should be firmly supported so that the back, buttocks and neck are aligned.
Then comes the tricky part. Starting from the starting position, the knees should be brought as close to the chest as possible, alternating them one after the other and performing each movement as quickly as possible.
This exercise requires strength, endurance and agility, so it’s key to breathe properly to avoid fatigue.