Some workouts help you burn calories even after your sweat session is over , even with
POWER YOGA workout with little rest in between the Asanas give the same after burn effect.
Anything that you can’t sustain for more than a minute, give or take workout make more intense ,basically it gets you breathing really hard until you feel like you may collapse—will burn the most calories after you’re finished.
when you do sustainable exercises—that is, anything that you can keep up for several minutes without much difficulty—your body uses a regular amount of oxygen. But when you push yourself to the max, your body uses more oxygen, which it then has to restore later on. And it’s that very oxygen restoration process that burns the calories post-workout, because your body continues to work harder (and your metabolism remains revved) to repair itself.
Most types of strength-training moves create some afterburn, because your body has to work harder while you’re doing them. But it could also be bodyweight moves like squats(chair pose), lunges(or worrier), or jumps. It could even be 30-second sprints.
If you’re looking to burn the most calories after your workout, you have to push yourself pretty hard at some point during your workout. An easy half-hour jog, for instance, won’t get the afterburn effect unless you incorporate sprints in there as well.