Calorie rows and burpees are good for burning calories, and when done correctly, they can add muscle mass as well. In this video, Go Green demonstrates both in a 20-minute set done every minute on the minute.
Rowing burns a good amount of calories if you keep a consistent pace and fluid rhythm. A strong core is required to row efficiently. If you don’t have one before you start a rowing routine, you will. Burpees will elevate your heart rate more quickly than the rowing. To make the most of the burpees, you want to extend your body as much as your can.
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