Sprinting quickly burns calories. Sprints improve cardiac, according to the American Academy of Sports Medicine. Sprinting can shape lean muscle, boost metabolism, burn stubborn fat, and increase post-exercise oxygen intake (EPOC). The NASM says it can prevent weight gain, which can lead to heart disease and diabetes.
Bodyweight squats are your greatest buddy for toning and losing your apron belly. MasterClass advises standing erect with your feet hip-width apart for this combination workout. Squat with a straight back and core activation. Descend until your thighs are parallel, then press through your feet to stand up.
Start tall for a forward lunge. BarBend says to put one foot on the floor. To lunge, bend both knees, making sure the front knee doesn't go past your toes. To restart, press your front foot. Switch sides.
In a high plank posture on a fitness mat, align your hands with your shoulders and form a straight line for pushups. While you fall, breathe deeply and keep your elbows tight to your body. When reaching the bottom, press your body away from the floor to return to a high plank.
Burpees are the ultimate apron belly exercise. The Cleveland Clinic says this total-body move combines aerobic and strength training. Start by standing tall with your feet shoulder-width apart. Arms at your sides. Squat with bent knees. High plank with hands on ground and legs back. Do a pushup with a straight back.