We'll finish them first since it'll get better. Burpees work your core, chest, shoulders, lats, triceps, and quadriceps, even though you hate them.
Russian twists target your obliques and abdominal muscles and look easy, but they burn. Tennis and baseball players benefit greatly from them since they involve rotating motions.
Kettlebell swings work most major muscle groups and combine aerobic and strength training. If you don’t have a kettlebell, a milk carton filled with water
A medicine ball slam is another cardio-strength workout, but it won't be popular with your downstairs neighbors. Save that for the gym.
Start with your feet a little less than shoulder-width apart Jump up and bring your knees as close to your chest as possible. Stay straight and try to land gently.
Jumping jacks are another great cardio exercise you can do anywhere. Jumping jacks, a plyometric workout, burn calories and boost stamina.
Since it's harder, walking uphill burns more fat. One study found that walking at 3mph on a 16-18% incline burns 70% more fat than running on a flat surface.
Another calorie-burning motion. Jumping lunges predominantly work the lower leg muscles, including the quads, hamstrings, glutes, hip flexors, and calves.
Similar to a bodyweight squat, a jumping squat will target your glutes, hamstrings, quads, and hips, but it’ll also raise your heart rate through the roof and help you burn more calories.