Do you know anything about burning fat and what exercises to do to do so?

Abigail E.
In general cardio always helps burning fat, so doing exercises like burpees, jumping jacks, drop squats are quite effective. As a sport I guess running would be among the best things to do or, if possible, swimming.

Theo X.
It depends on a few factors; however, some elements will definitely help you on your way. Try to stimulate your metabolism, this can be done by: taking cold showers (or at least 30 seconds freezing cold at end of shower), eating small amounts regularly throughout the day, and with exercise.
When it comes to exercise try to do high intensity training; whether that’s circuits, sprints, etc. You can find more by searching HIIT (high intensity interval training). I’ve found sprint training can be very effective, particular when performed in a pyramid set. I.e sprint 100m, walk 100m, sprint 200m, walk 200m, up to 500m and then back down to 100m.
Good luck 🙂

Lio G.
I think swimming can help alot with burning fat ,but also going for a short walk everyday is good.You can also try exercises that involve tensing your stomach

Zeneide A.
I know that when I do exercises I'm burning fat all over my body and not just one specific part of it. And I know that I have to rest so my muscles can grow. And I need to drink a lot of water and eat protein and healthy foods to do so.

Devanie N.
Burning fat all depends on your health needs. But doing calorie deficit and doing a everyday full body workout routine helps. A great way to start would be checking out chloe tings 2 week shred challenge on YouTube. Get your plate of food and add more greens to it,a fist size of lean protein (turkey and chicken or salmon). Don’t think diet but life style change eat how you would like to eat for the rest of your life. I noticed that eating meat had become harder for me to digest so I’m leaning more towards becoming vegetarian. Listen to your body.

Anna N.
Cardio or HIIT – at least 30 mins a day, 5 days a week. If you're a beginner, darebee website has tons of exercises for free, easy levels to hard. However remember you can't target burn fat, so commitment over time is needed. Also calorie deficit and calorie counting. I did it, and I'm never starving. -6kg in 4 months

Elis T.
For me personally, doing leg and abdominal exercises just before I go to bed does the trick (though not much I'm afraid, not a miracle). And at least an hour long walk or jog sometime afternoon.

Pascale F.
Yeah. You need to be in a calorie deficit. Forget about the exercise, honestly a 30-40 minute walk will do the trick. The real issue is in the kitchen.

Terrance B.
I will strongly suggest cardio. It is good to burn fat. But the intensity will rely in your experience. If you are not used to train, I will suggest starting running at least 1 km at your own pace or try swimming if it's a good fit to you. You can add to your workout some exercises to work with the abs, I recommend you to look out for Chris Heria videos in YouTube for reference, but consider those exercises according to your own capabilities. The most important part of workout is discipline, so take some time to schedule your routines. I suggest to do this at least 3 times a week to enhance your body performance faster. Another advice is to visit the Darebee site, they have lots of workouts, but remember that consistency is important.

It is also good to take into account that with good exercise you must eat healthier. Reducing carbs will allow you to get through this challenge. I will suggest you to reduce consumption of bread, pasta, and any junk or fast food and increase protein ingest. I know that this may be harder, but if you visualize as a future version of you that looks amazingly, this can help you too. Also consider taking too much water (not soda, not commercial juices because they have lot of sugar, sometimes even more than soda).

I hope this could help you. I am not an English native speaker, but wish you the best and remember that we all can be a better version of ourselves if we believe it.

Good luck!

Alexis

Sing Y.
Burning fat can be solved in many ways like following the healthy plate recommendations for your countries. As for exercises, if you are looking to burn fat you can do aerobic exercises like push ups and so on

Christin F.
I have actually recently lost 130lbs. Exercise is definitely important for overall health, but the best thing you can do to lose fat is to be in a calorie deficit. Look up your bmr and minus 500 from your maintenance calories and that is the number you should be eating everyday to lose fat. Cardio and strength training are a great addition to a health journey. Good luck! You’ve got this! Also make sure to eat enough and don’t deprive yourself of the things you love! 🙂

Itzcalli I.
Yeah, In fact a caloric deficit is the scientifically proven way to actually loose fat, it’s about subtracting 500 calories from your regular diet everyday of the week, your body will start to look for fuel from its fat resources by the end you will have not eaten 3,500 calories, that number equals a pound of fat. If you follow this, expect to loose 1 to maybe 2 pounds of fat per week. But don’t be fooled by this, you have to get well balanced food meals, lean proteins, a balance in carbs and healthy fats such as those found on fish, avocado, or nuts. Try to eat as much Whole Foods as you can, rather than processed foods, or going to restaurants, limit sugar and flour when you can. Now when it comes to exercise, make sure to do resistance training, and cardio 4-5 times a week for about an hour. Try to do intermittent fasting, and sleep 8-9 hours a day.
This is just a basic on losing fat, for more information do your own research , but most importantly talk to your Doctor about what’s the best thing to do, and if is safe to do so. Thanks!

Sinan X.
Training muscle and a little bit of cardio helps losing fat. The best way to lose fat is to eat less than your calorie difflict.

Arthur N.
The body primarily uses fat and carbohydrates for fuel. A small amount of protein is used during exercise, but it's mainly used to repair the muscles after exercise. The ratio of these fuels will shift depending on the activity you're doing.

For higher-intensity exercises, such as fast-paced running, the body will rely more on carbs for fuel than fat. That's because the metabolic pathways available to break down carbs for energy are more efficient than the pathways available for fat breakdown. For long, slower exercise, fat is used more for energy than carbs.

Brad F.
exercising makes you healthier and fitter. without exercising your not healthy enough to run without getting out of breath so exercise!

Sophia J.
I don’t know much. Only the basics. Cardio helps burning calories in the short term, but it is important to build up muscle because it also burns many calories in the long run.

Emily G.
7 minute workout is great, it makes you feel active and if you can do 7 minute workout daily then after that workout a speed walk will be great for burning fat

Neuci C.
i’m no expert, but from the research i’ve done, cardio and steps help burn fat. for example, hiit workouts (even the 10 min ones) and walking 1,000-10,000 steps per day. i’m trying to get more steps than i did previous years. check your health apps. if you have very little, no shame at all. i used to have an average of 61 steps :). simply start with the lowest recommended amount: 1,000. then from there go for 3,000 then 5,000 then 7,000 and finally, 10,000. it’s all about growth. get one. treadmill, walk from here to there, get a smart watch.

Elis T.
For me personally, a few leg and abdominal exercises just before going to bed do the trick (though not much I'm afraid, not a miracle) and at least a hour long walk or jog sometime afternoon.

Dora C.
I dont really have much fat to burn but i know that my muscles bet in a good shape if i do push ups. I start small like 10 and increase up to 15, 20, 30 and then however much i can hold. The problem is that i didnt really keep the habit of exercising ;_;. Good luck!

Arthur N.
If you're trying to lose weight, knowing how your body uses calories for fuel can make a difference in how you approach your weight loss program. You get your energy from fat, carbohydrates, and protein. Which one your body draws from depends on the kind of activity you're doing.
Most people want to use fat for energy, which makes sense. You figure that the more fat you can use as fuel, the less fat you will have in your body. But, using more fat doesn't automatically lead to losing more fat. Understanding the best way to burn fat starts with some basic facts about how your body gets its energy. The body primarily uses fat and carbohydrates for fuel. A small amount of protein is used during exercise, but it's mainly used to repair the muscles after exercise. The ratio of these fuels will shift depending on the activity you're doing. For higher-intensity exercises, such as fast-paced running, the body will rely more on carbs for fuel than fat. That's because the metabolic pathways available to break down carbs for energy are more efficient than the pathways available for fat breakdown. For long, slower exercise, fat is used more for energy than carbs.

Shriya T.
Well, I am not sure about burning fat, but a friend of mine showed me a nice, full body workout where I seriously did not need any machines, weights and equipment!
I start with neck and hand rotations, followed by full squats, leg raises, stepping up and down, push ups against the wall, twists, body bends, half squats and lunges.
After that, I lie down in the traditional yoga pose of Shavasana, to cool my body down and meditate fpr ten minutes.