How to Burn 100 Calories in Just a Few Minutes

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XFIT Daily hits you with intense, full-body workouts five days a week. Trainers Jason Charchan and Michael Patarino lead you through a grueling series of fat-burning cardio movements and exercises that build strength and stability. XFIT: Get addicted.

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Jason Alexander Charchan, certified with the American Council on Exercise, has trained world-famous athletes, actors, models and more. He has appeared in Muscle & Fitness Magazine, competed in FAME and Musclemania, and appeared in fitness product commercials. Follow him on Twitter at https://twitter.com/jasonacharchan.

Michael Patarino is a experienced trainer and model in Los Angeles, CA. Follow him on Twitter at https://twitter.com/michaelpatarino.

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  1. I was wondering how long it would take to see a difference if I were to do abs, butt, arms and legs daily? (Obviously eating healthily too) So maybe if I were doing the Victoria secret butt workout. Rebecca's most recent ab workout. And maybe this one as well. And a variety of others on XHIT Daily?

  2. While calorie burn varies from person to person there is no way this burns 100 calories. I jumped straight into an ab workout that was an additional 4 mins. I used my fitbit charge with heart rate and in the 11 minute workout I burned 54 calories. I like this mini workout but it won't burn 100 calories.

  3. People, you need to realize that the goal of exercising is not only to burn off the calories you take in for the day – you will not be able to exercise intensely enough to burn off all of your calories taken in.

    The goal of exercising is to kick start your body's metabolism, to burn calories, as well as helping you build toned muscles so that your body's metabolism will be further increased.

    The other part to the equation is to control your diet by reducing the amount you eat every few days, and increase exercise intensity every workout, until you see steady results in weight loss. Then keep to that level.

    Once you start plateauing, then decrease the calories you take in and continually increase the exercise intensity levels. This way, you will always be able to stay in a constant state of weight loss.

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