Most of the times people telling that they’re very tired of doing the same old boring treadmill or the elliptical.
We have put together 8 exercises that you can do as your cardio workout. Check out “8 Cardio Vascular Exercises That Replaces High-Intensity Cardio”. Share and subscribe if you like the post.
Lie down with your belly on the floor then raise your body on your straight arms and toes and keep it horizontally your body should make a straight line, head the heels breathe normally you need to keep this position only for 60 seconds.
Plank is one of the best exercises for core conditioning it strengthens your abs but also works your glutes and hamstrings supports proper posture and improves balance.
The same position on your belly, now raise your body on your elbows and toes and keep it horizontally. Your body should make a straight line head to heels don’t forget to breathe normally, this time only 30 seconds.
it’s a fairly easy exercise doing 20 repetitions of the jumping jack helps you burn a good amount of calories. Make sure you move your arms up and down with the movement and don’t forget to breathe.
Raised Leg Plank
prop your body in the position of elbow plank. Raise your right leg to the level of your glutes or higher. Breathe normally because your muscles will need to receive oxygen if you hold your breath your blood and abdominal pressure can increase significantly and have harmful effects on your body.
Left side plank turn to your left side and put the left elbow strictly under the shoulder, make sure your legs are straight now pushing your bottom and waist up balance yourself on your arm and feet until your body makes a diagonal line breathe normally and up only 30 seconds.
Side to Side Skaters
Make sure that you take your leg across the other leg and we’re doing 10 reps on each side.
Right Side Plank
Right side plank turns to your right side and put the right elbow strictly under the shoulder. Make sure that your legs are straight, now push your bottom and waist up balance yourself on your arm and feet until your body makes a diagonal line and breathe normally for another thirty seconds.
Depending on your fitness level you have to decide which level is the best for you, the first level is for a beginner if you find that easy or if your body gets used to it and you’ve started with that you can go ahead and increase the height.