Exercises that Burn the Most Calories

Exercises that Burn the Most Calories

Did you know that our bodies constantly burn calories in order to keep it functioning properly? But if you wish to burn the most calories, in a healthy way, here is a FitnessVigil article that will give you details on the exercises you need to perform.
FitnessVigil Staff
Disclaimer: This article is for informative purposes only. Always consult a physician before starting any physical fitness program in order to reduce the risk of injury.

Due to the large number of variety in exercises, people often wonder which exercise will help them lose the maximum weight. Lifting weights at the gym and beefing up one's muscles are one thing, but for those interested in losing adequate amount of weight, there are certain exercises which obviously work better than others.
12 Exercises that Burn Major Calories
There are various factors involved that determine how many total calories you will burn during a workout session. These factors are...
  1. Type of exercise
  2. Amount of time invested
  3. Age and gender
  4. Current weight and height

In order to burn a healthy amount of calories, you need to expend energy. Which means, lifting weights is not a good enough choice, as far as achieving this purpose goes. In fact, you should include more of cardiovascular exercises in your current workout routine.
Cycling
Cycling
Jump Rope
Jump Rope
Swimming
Swimming
Step Aerobics
Step Aerobics
Water Aerobics
Water Aerobics
Elliptical Trainer
Elliptical Trainer
Zumba
Zumba
Jogging
Jogging
Ashtanga Yoga
Ashtanga Yoga
Kickboxing
Kickboxing
Rollerblading
Rollerblading
Rock Climbing
Rock Climbing
Are Cardiovascular Exercises Enough?
Basically, you can perform cardio exercises almost anytime and anywhere; you don't necessarily have to visit the gym for that every day. Most of you are aware that these exercises help us burn the maximum calories. But does that mean we should only do cardio and forget about other forms of physical activities altogether?
If you wish to burn calories and fight fat, strength training that helps build muscle mass is also important. When we engage in any kind of exercise, we use our muscles. This in turn helps build muscle mass and drives muscle tissue to burn more calories than body fat. Also, what you eat and drink also matters. Avoid going on a diet, and instead, eat healthy foods and drink water, green tea, and fresh juices in order to keep your weight under control.
Exercising at the Gym
The gym certainly provides a lot of advanced machinery and equipment to exercise, but wouldn't you rather go outdoors and get some fresh air as well, instead of sitting in an air conditioned gym trying to lose weight. However, people do want to which particular exercise will help them lose calories at the gym. The answer to these is again related to cardiovascular; the stationary bicycle and other equipment at the gym do help us in a positive way. So, instead of concentrating on only one or two cardio exercises, incorporate a variety of exercises to keep your workout routine exciting.
You need to plan your exercise routine very carefully and cannot ignore even the smallest detail while doing so. Knowledge about the right exercises for you is crucial, and you must plan out your regime accordingly. Seek advice from a professional trainer in order to plan a routine on a weekly basis.
Friends Doing Pilates
Pilates Classroom
Gymnastics Pilates
Women Exercising On Aerobics Class
Team Of Women Exercising
Woman Doing Exercise With Resistance Band
Fitness Kettle Bells Swing Exercise
Personal Trainer Checking The Exercise Execution
Women Exercising With Fitness Ball
Heavy Deadlift Exercise
Woman Exercising With A Resistance Rope
Fitness Jumping Rope
Exercise Machines Cycling