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.