Burn 600 calories in 60 minutes

Burn 600 calories in 60 minutes [HOME WORKOUT]

Do you have what it takes to workout for 1 hour? This is one fitness session I challenge you to do if you feel you’re up to it!

This is a full body workout that’s perfect for burning all unwanted fats and calories! These exercises can be done without equipment and a really excellent activity to pass the time during this quarantine period.

Do you feel you can take on the challenges of this exercise? If so, begin the workout now and see amazing results unfold as you go along the workout. Good luck and let’s begin!

Burn 600 calories in 60 minutes

Burns up to 600 calories in just 60 minutes.

You’ll love this full body workout.

Before you start, you can set the place to music to give you energy and inspire you to follow each exercise.

11 Hacks to loose weight

Over the years, scientists in the field of nutrition have definitely been able to prove that some strategies are effective when it comes to losing weight.

It’s time to review them.


Drink water, especially before meals
Drinking water can speed up your metabolism by 24 to 30% in 1 to 1.

5 hours, helping you burn off some extra calories.

One study showed that drinking half a liter of water an hour and a half before meals helped people who were on a diet lose 44% more weight.

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Eating eggs for breakfast
Eggs have many benefits, including helping you lose weight.

Replacing a cereal-based breakfast with eggs can lead to fewer calories over the next 36 hours, losing weight and body fat.

And if for some reason you can’t eat eggs, any other source of quality protein works too.

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Drink coffee (preferably black)
Coffee has sometimes been unfairly demonized.

When it’s good quality, it’s packed with antioxidants and numerous ways to contribute to good health.

Caffeine can raise metabolism by 3-11% and fat elimination by 10-2%.

Just be sure not to add large amounts of sugar or other high-calorie ingredients, as that would negate all its benefits.


Drinking green tea
Green tea contains small amounts of caffeine, but also includes powerful antioxidants called catechins, which are believed to work in synergy with caffeine to enhance the fat-burning effect.

Although the evidence is not entirely strong, many studies show that green tea (both the drink and the extract in supplement form) can help you lose weight.


Cooking with Coconut Oil
Coconut oil is very healthy.

It is high in medium chain triglycerides, which are metabolized differently than other fats.

It has been shown that these triglycerides can raise metabolism by up to 120 calories per day and also reduce appetite, which could result in up to 256 fewer calories per day.

The idea is not, however, to add it to something that has already been cooked traditionally, but to replace some of the fats that are commonly used in cooking with coconut oil.


Taking glucomannan
Glucomannan is a fiber that, in several scientific studies, has caused research subjects to lose weight.

It absorbs water and settles in the intestine for a while, making you feel fuller and helping you consume fewer calories.

And it has been shown that people who take glucomannan supplements lose a little more weight than those who do not.


Cutting back on added sugars
Most people eat too much added sugar.

This intake is strongly associated with the risk of obesity and diseases such as type 2 diabetes and heart problems.

If you want to lose weight, you need to reduce your intake of added sugar and high fructose corn syrup.

And be sure to read food labels carefully, as many supposedly healthy products are sometimes filled with sugar.


Eat fewer refined carbohydrates
Refined carbohydrates are usually sugars or grains that have been stripped of their fibrous and nutritious parts.

Scientific studies show that refined carbohydrates can raise blood sugar rapidly, leading to hunger and cravings, and to increased food intake a few hours later.

Eating them is strongly linked to obesity .

So, if you are going to eat carbs, it is best to make sure you eat them with their natural fiber included.


Follow a low-carb diet
Numerous studies show that sticking to a low-carbohydrate diet can help you lose two to three times more weight than with the standard low-fat diet.

And, at the same time, it contributes to better health.


Use smaller plates
Although it sounds impossible at first glance, it has been shown that using smaller dishes often automatically leads to lower calorie consumption.


Portion control or calorie counting
Anything that contributes to being aware of what you eat is useful.

So, controlling portion sizes or counting calories consumed can be a good idea, for obvious reasons.

Studies also show that keeping a food diary, writing down what you eat each day or taking pictures of what you eat, can contribute to weight loss