Australian YouTuber Chloe Ting shares 15 minutes of fat-burning workout

The secret of 15 minutes to burn fat fast according to a fitness star whose workouts transform a woman’s body in just TWO WEEKS

  • Australian fitness star Chloe Ting helps women transform their bodies in weeks
  • She recently shared the 15-minute routine she uses to burn fat fast
  • The workout requires no equipment, meaning it can be completed at home
  • Ms. Ting performs 25 moves – some straightforward, others complex

A fitness coach known for helping women transform their bodies in just two weeks has shared the simple workout she uses to burn fat fast.

Chloe Ting worked as a business statistician before quitting the rat race to start a YouTube channel in 2016, and five years later, she has over 20 million followers across multiple social media platforms.

The 34-year-old, who runs the sixth ‘most viewed’ YouTube channel in Australia, is known for her easy workout videos that show viewers how to train specific areas of the body, particularly the abs, arms and glutes.

In her latest clip, Ms. Ting walks fans through a 15-minute intense routine of 25 exercises that she recommends for viewers looking to lose weight.

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Chloe Ting (pictured) is known for her easy workout videos that show viewers how to train specific parts of the body, especially the abs, arms and glutes

This woman followed Ms. Ting's fitness program and lost almost 16 kilos in one year

This woman followed Ms. Ting’s fitness program and lost almost 16 kilos in one year

These include simple moves like rock climbers, squats, and star jumps, as well as more complex maneuvers like burpees and lateral lunges.

Ms. Ting performs each exercise for 30 seconds, with a rest of five to ten seconds in between to allow her muscles to recover.

She starts out with all fours on the floor performing rock climber burpees before standing up for a set of overhead jumping jacks and simple squat feet.

Mrs. Ting continues with another round of foot taps, followed by skater jumps, high knees and in-and-out squat jumps.

She then moves on to scissor jumps and side lunges, before moving back to high knees and jumping jacks with tuck jumps in between.

Chloe (pictured) runs Australia's sixth 'most viewed' YouTube channel

Chloe (pictured) runs Australia’s sixth ‘most viewed’ YouTube channel

Transformation photos of women who completed Ms. Ting's workout plans show the benefits of her program (one photo)

Transformation photos of women who completed Ms. Ting’s workout plans show the benefits of her program (one photo)

Ms. Ting keeps her heart rate high by performing another round of jumping jacks, followed by more squats and a series of knee drives, where you lift one knee toward your chest, then return your foot to the floor and kneel.

She finishes the workout with further lunges, ass kicks, pushups, planks, bike crunches and toe touches to work out her abs.

While some viewers have complained about the “difficulty” of the moves, the vast majority say they get used to circuit training in a week.

Transformation photos of women who have completed Ms. Ting’s workout plans show the benefits of her program, with many showing noticeably slimmer waistlines and more pronounced abs in just two weeks.

Some women claim to have lost more than 20kg (3rd) over the course of a year by continuing to follow Chloe's exercise regimen

Some women claim to have lost more than 20kg (3rd) over the course of a year by continuing to follow Chloe’s exercise regimen

Some claim to have lost more than 20kg (3rd) in the course of a year by sticking to the exercise regimen.

Despite her huge following, Ms. Ting has always been clear that she is not a registered personal trainer, a fact she covers in the description box of almost every video.

“If you follow any of my videos, take precautions to exercise in a safe environment and I strongly recommend that you consult a health and fitness professional who can advise you on your exercise form and nutritional needs,” she said. .

‘Every person is unique and there is no one-size-fits-all solution for health or fitness. I am not a medical professional and your health and safety is of the utmost importance.”

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