Sometimes after a hard workout the next day I'm a lack of motivation and power to have another though training. However, I want to burn some more fat and keep going on.
If that is the case, I usually do a low-impact cardio workout with moves that are not so tiring but still help to burn a few hundred calories.
The workout above is a good example. It is not so hard but still boosts your heart rate and works the entire body in a mild way.
With the help of it, you can burn about 200-400 calories depending on your intensity and weight. That is not bad for a "rest" day.
On the other hand, if you have just started working out regularly, and your fitness level is not so good yet, it is a perfect cardio routine for you.
This a Tabata style workout that includes 30 bodyweight exercises. You need to do the moves for 45 seconds, and then you have 15 seconds rest between each exercise.
It starts with a 3 minutes stretching and warming up that is crucial, do not neglect it. Then, it continues with a 30 minutes low impact part, and it finishes with a 5-minute workout. So, the entire training is about 40 minutes.
You do not need any equipment, just a Tabata timer.
Keep the intensity as much as you can but pay attention to do the exercises correctly. This way you will be able to burn more calories.
And do not forget to drink enough water meanwhile.
If you are a newcomer, do this routine 2-3 times a week besides strength training to burn fat and develop your cardiovascular system.
Although, this a low-impact method is beneficial for everyone.