Low-intensity cardio like jogging, swimming, and walking can help you lose weight. Start slow, gradually increase intensity, and aim for 60 mins, 5 days a week. Add hand weights as you get fitter.
Jumping rope boosts coordination, cognitive function, and burns around 1,300 calories per hour. It's a fun and intense workout for overall fitness.
Exercise promotes better sleep, boosts cellular energy, improves oxygen circulation, and increases dopamine levels for a happier mood. Speed up your walking to maximize health benefits.
HIIT is a time-efficient cardio workout that boosts calorie burn. Alternate intense exercise and 15-second rests to elevate heart rate and continue calorie burn for hours after the workout.
An example of a HIIT routine: Butt kicks, jumping lunges, and burpees for 45 seconds with 15-second rest. Repeat for 10-20 minutes. Incorporate other movements like mountain climbers and jump squats.
For a treadmill HIIT workout: Warm up for 5 minutes, then sprint for 1 minute and walk for 30 seconds. Repeat for 8-10 sets.