These 6 CrossFit moves will not only raise your heart rate, but will challenge your entire body. You’ll be working your shoulders, arms, core, legs and everything in between.
The goal is to finish this fat burning workout as fast as you can without affecting your form. It’s a serious fat melter with 4 rounds of CrossFit moves that also involve using a barbell and a pull-up bar. Your entire body will really feel the burn! CrossFit, CrossFit
If you’re not a beginner and have some experience with CrossFit exercises, then you can easily scale up this workout. Add more weights, or change the number of repetitions from 5 to 8, 10 or even 12. Just make sure every exercise is challenging enough.
Since this workout doesn’t involve too much fitness equipment, you can also do it at home if you already own a barbell with adjustable weights and a pull-up bar. CrossFit, CrossFit
If you don’t have these things at home, but want to build your own home gym, start with these tips. Also, this CrossFit gym checklist can help you put together all the pieces you need to build your personal gym.
Let’s take a look over these CrossFit moves and see how they can help you burn fat and get in shape.
Top Fat Burning CrossFit Moves
Here are 6 of the best CrossFit moves to burn fat and get to your ideal weight:
1. Thruster (4 x 5 reps)
In a single movement, take a barbell from a squat and stand to put it overhead. CrossFit, CrossFit
Make sure your hips are below knees before you explode with the weight over your head. When the barbell is up, your body should be in a straight line with your elbows, shoulders, hips and knees locked out.
Tip: Keep elbows in front of the bar to avoid losing balance and to get it overhead more easily.
2. Snatch (4 x 5 reps)
Take a barbell from the ground, with a wide grip and back straight, and catch it overhead in a single movement. You should be in a low squat position with elbows locked out overhead and hips below knees.
Then explode straight up locking out your elbows, shoulders, hips and knees. CrossFit, CrossFit
Tip: Use a hook grip to keep hands from slipping on the bar.