Top 10 Exercises To Heat Your Regular Workout 

Not getting the results you want on the treadmill or elliptical? It may be time to incorporate these ten high-intensity interval training (HIIT) moves to give your workout the boost it needs. These exercises will push your body and burn fat in less time.

Top 10 Exercises To Heat

1. Hand-Release Push-ups

Hand-Release Push-ups

Get in the standard push-up position (drop your knees if you need to modify), then lower your body down to the floor. For just a second, take your hands off the ground. Exhale your breath while pushing your body all the way back up.

2. Plyo Push-Ups

Plyo Push-Ups

Again, get in the push-up position, then lower down to the floor. Push hard off the floor, taking your hands off the ground for a moment before going back down toward the ground.

3. Russian Twist

Russian Twist

Take a seat on the floor. Be sure that your heels are touching the ground, or challenge yourself by keeping them lifted. Keep your hands to your chest, twisting from side to side.

4. Single-Leg Burpees

Single-Leg Burpees

Get into the squatting position, placing your hands on the floor in front of your feet. With one foot on the floor, jump your feet back while lowering your body. Bring your feet back to your hands, then jump in the air with the same foot that was left on the ground. Repeat this exercise for 30 seconds on each side.

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5. Supermans with Lateral Raises

Supermans with Lateral Raises

Lay flat on your stomach, then lift your arms and legs off the ground. Be sure that your arms are lifted straight in front of you. Squeeze your glutes to keep your legs up in the air. Pull your elbows back to starting position and repeat the process.

 
 
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