The 8 Best Fat Loss Exercises for Women

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Walking

For many beginners, walking can be a practical way to get fitness without feeling overwhelmed or having to buy equipment.
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Jogging

A jogging pace typically ranges from 4 to 6 mph (6.4 to 9.7 km/h), whereas a running pace is quicker than 6 mph (9.7 km/h), despite their apparent similarities.
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Cycling

Since cycling is a low impact, non-weight-bearing exercise, it won't put a lot of strain on your joints.
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Weight training

Weight training boosts strength, muscle growth, and increases your resting metabolic rate (RMR), burning more calories at rest.
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Interval training

Interval training, or HIIT, involves alternating short bursts of intense exercise with recovery periods.
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Swimming

A 140-pound person burns around 9 calories per minute swimming at a moderate pace, according to the American Council on Exercise.
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Yoga

Yoga burns calories and provides health benefits that support weight loss, despite not being commonly associated with it.
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Pilates

A 140-pound person burns 108 calories in a 30-minute beginner's Pilates class and 168 calories in an advanced class of the same duration.