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Working out can be a drag if you don't enjoy the workout that you are doing.

This can lead to you becoming lazy during the workout or choosing to skip the workout altogether.

The best thing to do is find a workout that interests you, challenges you, and gives you a killer workout.

What are you looking for in a workout?

Are you looking to destress from the day, burn fat and lose weight, let out some pent up aggression, gain flexibility, have some adventures, or tone up?

These factors will help to decide which is the best workout for you.

1. Looking to Destress

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Working out can be a useful was to destress.

There are many workouts that help with this but one of the best is yoga.

Because yoga requires deep breathing and focusing on the mind and body, it causes you to wash away stress from your mind and focus on you.

Simply get a mat and put on a yoga playlist from Pandora and you will have a great escape from whatever is causing you stress.2

2. Looking to Burn Fat and Lose Weight

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Losing weight and burning fat can be a challenge and should not be with just exercise alone, but also with a healthy diet and healthy lifestyle.

An intense HIIT workout will kick up the weight loss and help you burn fat more quickly.2

These workouts are great cardio, usually using 20 seconds of cardio, such as burpees, or jumping jacks with 10 seconds of rest.

There are usually about 4 to 5 sets of each exercise, giving you a killer workout.

This workout is ideal for someone wanting to burn fat and lose weight.

3. Let out Some Aggression

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Do you have some pent up aggression and anger from your day?3

If so, a boxing workout may be the workout for you.

Boxing requires a lot of movement and a lot of punches.

A punching bag is ideal for this workout, but not required.

There are many different types of punches for this workout, from jabs to cross punches, to hooks.

If learning how to punch and let go of anger is something that sounds good to you, a boxing workout may just be the workout that is best for you.

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