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3 HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training) Workouts to Try

1-Stationary bike for a  5 minute warm up followed by 7-8 cycles of 30 second sprints then 60 secoexercisingnd moderate intensity cycling.

2- Sprint for 30 seconds, and then walk for 60 seconds.

3- 60 Seconds Sprint/Fast Jog, 120 Seconds Walk/Slow Jog

See how many rounds you can do.  Beginners start with 5 minutes.  Work up to 20-30 minutes.  You can do it!!

Do not begin any exercise program without consulting your physician.

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Kick Up Your Cardio to Lose Weight. Here’s your plan!

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Add an additional 15 minutes of fat burning cardio to each workout. Try sprinting or increasing resistance. Go all out for 30 seconds then back to baseline for the next 30 seconds. Continue for 15 minutes.


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How Much Cardiovascular Excercise Should You Be Doing?

The American College of Sports Medicine recommends that all healthy adults should do the following:
1. Frequency of training: three to five days per week
2. Intensity of training: 55/65%-90% of maximum heart rate fb6.23
3. Duration of training: 20-60 minutes of continuous or intermittent aerobic activity
4. Mode of activity: any activity that uses large muscle groups, which can be maintained continuously and is rhythmical and aerobic in nature (for example, walking-hiking, running-jogging, cycling, bicycling, cross-country skiing, aerobic dance/group exercise, rope skipping, rowing, stair climbing, swimming, skating, and various endurance game activities or some combination thereof).

Regular cardiovascular exercise is key to keeping up with your overall health and fitness.