Athletes always prepare for their big game and workout is an important part of their training.
Not only that athletes keep their bodies fit and strong, but they also make sure they burn their body fat and calories. If you burn fat that’s when you start to build muscles. No wonder why athletes have firm muscle build-up.
Everyone dreamed of achieving to have an athletic body. So how do you do it? You have to train like an athlete!
Athletes have an extreme consideration to discipline. Not just at work, at play but also to the things they do and the food they take. So ask yourself, can you discipline yourself to train like an athlete?
Today, let’s find out a few tips on how you can burn body fat and build your muscles the way an athlete does.
Exercises to Burn Fat
Exercise is a natural way to effectively lose weight, burn fat and calories. You don’t even have to be a gym rat to effectively execute these fitness routines, you can still do it at home, at work or maybe in the park.
Squats that are combined with a heavy barbell said to have effectivity in your fat burning routine. The movement of squat and barbell lifting burns more calories than the usual squat in an isolated movement.
Box squat jumps
Box jumping is so extreme and very effective. It can also be extra fun too. Naturally, it is just squat plus an added heart racing jump to it. Squat jump is excellent at stimulating the fast twitch of muscle fibers of the body. Fast twitch muscle fibers are used for short, fast and explosive kind of movements which in turn burns more calories in a shorter time.
It is a type of that revved up the metabolism while it sure does makes your heart race wanting it to stop— but can’t. Battle ropes were beastly but I’m doing it all over again!
An athlete’s fat burning workout would be complete without including battle ropes. This workout works in toning and building lean muscle in the shoulders and arms, plus it also activates the core simultaneously. Try doing this whipping the ropes together, one at a time then switch to rotating them in outward circles to keep the workout fun and different.