Fat burning exercises, which are usually included with the compulsory free diet, can also be done at home.
They can also benefit from some form of cardio exercise, such as running, swimming, cycling, or lifting weights.
“Fat burning exercises can be used to help you lose weight and maintain a healthy body weight,” Dr John O’Leary, a consultant medical doctor with the Mayo Clinic, said.
“It’s also useful to be exercising regularly as they can help improve your cardiovascular health.”
Exercise at home, however, can take some getting used to.
Dr O’Donnell said it’s best to stick to exercises that you are familiar with, such a brisk walk or jogging.
“The exercises are not always suitable for everyone,” he said.
“Some people may find them too intense and/or too physical, while others may find they cause fatigue and heartburn.”
Exercise sessions can also take some time, Dr O”People may not have the same level of fitness that they do in the gym, so exercise sessions may take longer,” he added.
To do a brisk or jogged walk, aim for a pace that is similar to walking, and make sure you are walking slowly and with firm feet.
Start walking slowly, with your feet moving slowly, then gradually raise your feet until you are standing upright.
Do this for about five to 10 minutes.
Dr O’Connor said the brisk walk is the easiest exercise to do while you are exercising.
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