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These 6 Exercises Are More Effective in Shaping Your Body Than Running

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Running is considered as one of the best workouts for shaping your body. But, surprisingly a few high-intensity exercises can provide better results, increase your endurance and help you lose weight.

Therefore, here are 6 exercises, that are more effective in shaping your body than running:

  1. Burpees

The burpee is a full body exercise, which increases your stamina and definitely leads to weight loss. When you finish your first two sets you can accelerate the workout, and do them as fast as you can. For optimal results, do 100 burpees per day, and the results will be visible in just 1 week.

  1. Mountain Climbers

Mountain climbing is an extremely beneficial workout, which provides stunning results since you engage the whole body. This exercise increases strength, blood flow, and flexibility. All you need is 50 sets.

  1. Long Jumps

A typical long jump workout, all you will need is an open space. Your feet should stay firmly on the ground, then jump as far as you can. At first, try 20 jumps per day, for at least 3 times. These long jumps are great for your balance and coordination, also they will help you to strengthen the entire body.

  1. High Knee Sprints

This is a great metabolic exercise, which improves your cardiovascular health while, burning a lot of calories. High knees combine the typical running motion, just bring your knees up high towards your chest. They are much more effective compared to normal running.

  1. Jump Rope

This amazing cardio exercise can help you burn up to 1,300 calories per hour and improve your stamina. Additionally, you can use the jumping rope to add variations to mix up your routine, like slowing or accelerating the pace.

  1. Tuck Jumps

You can practice this exercise at home, as it doesn’t require a lot of space. Tuck jumps are one killer move, which helps to improve your stamina and burn calories. Begin in a standing position, extend the arms in front of you and pull your knees up as you jump, attempting to touch them to the palms of the hands. Do as much as you can!



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