How to Burn Stubborn Fat With a Quick Workout

Would you like to get rid of those fat rolls hanging from your body? Me too! Let’s burn some of that stubborn fat today with this quick, at-home workout.

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I’m not a fan of having fat rolls and a tummy pooch, are you? Probably not. 

One of the ways to get rid of stubborn fat is by doing exercise. And eating healthy food, and drinking water, and getting enough sleep, of course.

And some of the best fat-burning exercises are HIIT workouts.

High-intensity interval training, or HIIT, is an exercise technique that’s very effective for burning fat. But how does it work?

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What’s a HIIT workout?

A HIIT workout combines short, intense bursts of exercise with active recovery periods. This technique keeps your heart rate up and increases your body’s need for oxygen, which means your body will burn fat even after your workout. Awesome, right?

The best part of doing HIIT workouts is that you don’t need to spend a lot of time exercising. Maybe 30 minutes at most. Perfect for busy people!

In my experience, this kind of exercise is truly effective. After I had my baby, I lost 50 pounds by doing HIIT workouts! And by eating healthy food, and drinking water, and getting enough sleep, of course.

Are you ready to try it? Let’s do this!

Quick HIIT Workout to Burn Stubborn Fat

Quick Fat-Burning HIIT Workout

First, you’re going to need to click on this interval timer.

The timer will give you 20 seconds to get ready, and then you’ll have to do the first move (high knees) for 40 seconds.

Remember, you must give it everything you’ve got. You have to perform each move like your life depends on it, or the workout won’t have the desired effect. So come on! Move that body as hard as you can!

After that, the timer will give you 20 seconds to recover, but don’t stop moving. March in place or walk around until it’s time to do the second move (burpees).

Keep doing the moves, one after the other. You’ll go through the entire circuit 3 times before the timer finally stops. Don’t worry, this workout is only 15 minutes long.

FYI, you should keep a towel handy because you’re going to get really sweaty!

Don’t forget to warm up and cool down.

Let’s burn that fat!

Quick Fat-Burning HIIT Workout

Have you tried HIIT workouts? Share your experience in the comments!

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11 thoughts on “How to Burn Stubborn Fat With a Quick Workout

  1. I’ve been exercising for 39 years and love my traditional weight lifting and cardio routines. HIIT, is an excellent way to burn fat and exercise efficiently using less time. There are increased risks for injury for those who are new to exercise, so it is important to gradually increase the intensity as you condition your body.
    Since exercise has a tendency to cause “boredom,” varying routines keeps it novel and interesting while maximizing visual and non visual benefits the body achieves. I support this style of workout and encourage people to consider implementing it (as long as) they do so intelligently and safely!

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  2. I need to start doing these. I have a pouch I want to get rid of. Next month I am thinking of having my daughter and I start a gym. It is the fairly reasonable price. Any suggestions for beginners?

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    1. I think this particular workout would be too high-impact for a beginner. Start doing something that’s low-impact. No jumps, no pounding the ground. Walking, low-impact cardio and swimming are good options. It would be better if you could have a personal trainer design a fitness program with your specific needs in mind. Stay healthy!

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