Aerobic exercise is recommended by the American Heart Association and by most doctors to people with, or at risk for, heart disease. That’s because exercise strengthens your heart and helps it more efficiently pump blood throughout the body
1. Jumping Rope x 60 secs
Calories burned jumping rope can work out to 15 to 20 calories per minute. The average person could burn 200 to 300 calories in a simple 15-minute jump rope workout.
2. Jumping Jacks x 60 secs
For example, a person weighing 150 pounds will burn about 274 calories in a 30-minute of jumping jacks when they’re done at a vigorous intensity. This means they’ll burn about 9.1 calories per minute. A 200-pound person will burn about 366 calories in 30 minutes when jumping at a vigorous intensity.
3. Mountain Climbers x 60 secs
Note: A smaller person burns fewer calories doing mountain climbers than a larger person. If you do a 60-second set of the climbers, expect to burn about 8 calories if you weigh 125 pounds, 10 calories if you weigh 155 pounds and 12 calories if you weigh 185 pounds.
4. Burpees x 60 secs
According to Just-Health.net if you weigh 155 lbs and do burpees nonstop for one hour you can burn more than 563 calories. To make it simpler, let’s say that for one-minute basic burpees done correctly, you can burn an average of 10 calories.
5. Rest for 60 secs and repeat 3 times