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The Workouts You Need After You Ate Too Much
Put Your Muscles to Work
Yeah, cardio can feel good when you're craving a workout burn, but nothing is going to get your body working harder than some strength training. This 20-minute strength training routine seems quick but will have definitely leave you sore.
Get sweating: 20-Minute Total-Body Strength Workout
Get Things ~Moving~ with Yoga
Chances are you're either in a food coma or have an alcohol hangover from yesterday's festivities—which means an intense workout might be too aggressive first thing in the morning. Start up with this energizing yoga flow instead. It'll get your insides moving and your body back to normal in just 15 minutes.
Get Sweating: Energizing At-Home Yoga Routine
Crush Your Core
After you ate too much, it's natural to want to target your core. (Bye, food baby. Hellooo, six-pack.) But don't stick to crunches or planks—these anything-but-basic moves are sure to get your core burning without boring you.
Get Sweating: 6 Creative (and Challenging) Core Moves
Blast Your Body with Both Weights & HIIT
If you want to really challenge your body, there's no better mix than HIIT and weight training. Try this 15-minute boot camp (using your body and a kettlebell) for a workout that's the best of both worlds.
Get Sweating: Fat-Blasting 15-Minute Workout