How to Burn 100 Calories in 10 Minutes?




A well-built body does not mean being a fitness freak. It just means to be agile and healthy. Being overweight may not lead to any health problems instantly but makes daily activities difficult. You start losing on sports, physical activities, and a lot of other fun. Thus, living a healthy life is promoted through marketing, products, herbal food and even cosmetics. So, what should one do in this regard?

1. A Well Planned Day is The Beginning

A Well-Planned Day is the Beginning

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If you want to burn your extra calories that do not get used because of the lack of any kind of physical activity, the gym is the best place. But, so is your park, jogging track or your one-room apartment. You can do lots of exercises right at home. You can do “yoga asanas” without needing any equipment. But, for that, you need to find time for yourself.

However, if you can’t make an hour every day, experts have found that two to three 10-minute workouts can also help you burn up to 100 calories. According to experts, short workouts can also be as effective as a single long-duration workout at the gym. By adding high-intensity activities like jogging, jumping rope, and plyometrics, you can burn more calories in those 10-minutes routines as well. Above all, you can do them when you can take some time.

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2. 10-Minute for Cardio

10-Minute for Cardio

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TO get the most out of a 10-minute workout you’ll need to work faster and more intensive. Imagine running up and down the stairs 5 times. There are several things you can do even when doing your daily activities like walking to the office. Shopping your own grocery rather than placing an order. A 10-minute cardio blast as recommended by experts goes as below.
You start with a 1-min brisk walk, followed by a 1-min light jogging, and then 1-min light jumping.

Then, you can jog in place for 30-sec, follow it by long jumps for 30-secs, then short jumps for 30-secs, and march in place for 30-secs. Remember how you are keeping yourself busy while still moving your whole body. With alternate burpees and marches for 30-secs, you can finish the rest of the 10-minute routine.

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3. HIIT Workout in 10-Minutes Routines

HIIT Workout in 10-Minutes Routines

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HIIT is an acronym for High-Intensity Interval Training. This is usually recommended and instructed by your gym coach. It includes short workouts, short bursts of running on high-speed settings on a treadmill, running on an incline, followed by jumps and brisk walks. This entire process can be repeated with an interval of walking at your pace for like 30-secs, and then starting all over again.

By interval training, it does not mean to take breaks when performing a workout because that breaks the rhythm and then you have to start all over again. Also, pushing yourself to work harder improves your stamina. This includes slow jogging, knee jumps, high knee jumps,

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4. 10-Minute Jump Rope Workout

10-Minute Jump Rope Workout

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Jumping rope is a great way to burn your calories by not moving too much. You do not need a big area for this as well. However, what becomes difficult and strenuous is that it is hard to jump rope continuously. It is also difficult to keep it going at high knee jumps if you’re out of practice. For example, try with short jumps counting to 50. But, with high jumps, you can barely manage to 20. More energy is used and hence more calories are burnt when you add that extra height. So, if you can practice this regularly, you will end up with a good 10-minute jump rope workout.

You can burn mega calories with a simple routine. Start with a brisk walk for like 30-secs, followed by a light jog in place. Then, start with jump rope for 30-secs, and then jog or march in place for like 30. Repeat this for 10-minutes and you’re done. In the end, you will feel energetic and also quite agile. But, to keep your body productive and feeling light, you must do these on a regular basis, like daily.

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5. 10-Minute Workouts at Home

10-Minute Workouts at Home

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When at home, as mentioned above, yoga is a good kind of exercise because it involves the whole body. It does not only burn calories but also adds strength to your body. For example, you can immediately begin to experience added strength to arms and legs. Here are some good exercises apart from yoga asanas.

The squats are great. Then the split squat is another one. Do wide squats, deadlifts, and try some push-ups too. Do one-legged bend over and two-legged bend over. Do planks. Repeat them after you’re done in a cycle, and do this for 10-minutes. It is simple and easy and it does not need any special equipment from the gym or a big park.

If you want to burn more calories in 10-minutes, you have to work harder and include non-stop movement, even if it is brisk walking for 30-secs.

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Written by: Pravallika Menon

Pravallika Menon is editor & Writer for "BeautyEpic.com". Full time beautician for a organic Hair n Makeup saloon. She has completed graduation in Andhra University. Social Activist & Yoga Trainer.

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