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30 Minutes to a Slimmer You

This walking routine incorporates Tabata bursts, which are short intervals of heart-pumping resistance moves that help you burn more calories. If you simply strolled for 30 minutes at a brisk pace, you’d burn about 170 calories, but with this easy plan you’ll torch 245. That’s an extra 75 calories—gone!

1. Walk at a brisk pace for 13 minutes.

2. Next, do this 2-minute Tabata burst:


Stand with feet shoulder-width apart and arms bent in front of you. Your fists should be in line with shoulders. Squat down like you’re sitting in a chair, then stand back up on tiptoes and extend your arms straight up over your head. Repeat this movement for 20 seconds, then rest for 10 seconds. Do one more set.

Jen Hamilton

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