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Bootcamp Calorie Burn - Workout Video - ExerciseTV



I Love this routine. Once u get used to it, it gets very very easy.

a really good workout if u don't have time/money to go to the Gym... it takes only 32 mins off of ur life and it's pretty easy, you can do it when u're having a lazy day.

Alot of u have been askin...:"How many calories did I just burn??"
Well as @cmenochs said:-
everyone burns calories differently, it depends on how much work you put into it, your weight, height, etc. I would suggest buying a heart monitor, it will tell you exactly how many calories you burn specific to you. although they can be expensive unfortunately."

Many people share how many calories their heart monitors says the burned.... so you would probably burn around 500 calories if you do your best.


Hope u enjoy it...If it's hard for you then don't worry, just keep working out & it'll get easier & easier.... stay healthy.

1)Drink lots of water during the day & a glass before u start working out.
2)Eat brown bread & brown rice instead of white
3)use olive oil (It doesn't mean that it has less calories, BUT it's much healthier) & u wanna stay fit AND healthy =)
4)Eat in smaller plates which will help u eat small portions !
5)MOVE UR BUTT... take the stairs instead of using the elevator, u don't have to park ur car right in-front of the building,play with ur children,YOU go get that glass of water, YOU go get that remote, YOU go open the door.
6)Eat lots of vegetables & fruits.

You can do this 3-4 times a week & yes u can do it daily if u want to!

 

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