Do a version of yoga that keeps you moving rather than horizontal on the mat. "Vinyasa, or flow yoga, has you going from one movement to the next, which elevates your heart rate throughout the workout," says Shannon Fable, director of exercise programming at Anytime Fitness in Boulder, Colorado. "Ashtanga yoga involves strength-based moves requiring more energy." Power your burn even more by working in push-ups during transitions from pose to pose. And get low in any lunge-type pose, like warrior lunges; this requires more strength and result in greater calorie expenditure, says Fable.
Total Time: 60 minutes
Estimated Calories Burned: 350-600