Hate Running? Try This No Equipment Cardio Workout At Home
Fitness trainer Kayla Itsines is here with some cardio exercises. If you don't like running, perform this workout at home.
Cardio exercises can help you lose weight, boost heart health, promote bone health and much more
Running is considered one of the simplest and most effective cardio exercises. Right? Well, fitness trainer Kayla Itsines has some different thoughts on this. She doesn't like to run. Why? Because Kayle doesn't “find it relaxing”. Can't believe it, right? Us neither. Now, are you are the one who doesn't feel like going for a run? Or is the weather in your area not suitable for a cardio session? If yes, then the latest exercise routine by Kayle is your stop. Kayle calls it “an alternative for your cardio session”. She also stated that you won't need any props or equipment to perform this set of exercises. You can do it at home, at the gym or at any other place of your choice.
Ultimate cardio workout to burn calories
Kayle added that those who are opting for this routine must perform each exercise for 30 seconds. And, the number of laps? Three, suggested the fitness trainer.
Kayla performed the following exercises in the video:
1) Criss Cross
2) High Knees
3) Pop Squat & Twist
4) Mountain Climbers
5) Half Burpee
6) Ab Bikes
Take a look at Kayla's video here:
So, now when you don't want to go for a run, try the latest cardio routine at your home.
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