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At Home Cardio Workout: 12 Minutes of Cardio

By Chris Davis

Experience

Beginner (1-2 years)

Days per week

5 days

Time

10 minutes

Genders

Female, Male

Goals

Fat Loss (Female | Male)
Increase Stamina (Female | Male)
Tone Body (Female | Male)
Description

An at home cardio workouts is a great way to stay in shape. Resistance training, while doing cardio, makes your workout much more effective. Start with Day 1 here, then move onto the next one in the c

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Equipment

Barbell, Bodyweight, Dumbbell, Machine, Medicine Ball, Other, Pull up bar, Weight Plate

Average Exertion

50%

Average Cardio Intensity

50%

Workout Type

Full Body

Experience

Beginner (1-2 years)

Time

10 minutes

Genders

Female, Male

Days per week

5 days

Goals

Fat Loss (Female | Male)
Increase Stamina (Female | Male)
Tone Body (Female | Male)
Description

An at home cardio workouts is a great way to stay in shape. Resistance training, while doing cardio, makes your workout much more effective. Start with Day 1 here, then move onto the next one in the c

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Equipment

Barbell, Bodyweight, Dumbbell, Machine, Medicine Ball, Other, Pull up bar, Weight Plate

Avg Exertion

50%

Workout Type

Full Body

Avg Cardio Intensity

50%

Week 1


At Home Cardio Workout 1

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ExerciseSetsRepsRestNotes
1A. Burpee With Pushup3 sets50s60s
Time between exercises: 10s
1B. Around-the-World3 sets50s60s
Time between exercises: 10s
1C. Ice Skater
Ice Skater
3 sets50s60s
Time between exercises: 10s
1D. Bear Crawl
Bear Crawl
3 sets50s60s

At Home Cardio Workout 2

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For the Cardio Workout (Day 2), each round lasts for 50 Seconds, followed by 10 Seconds of rest. Then, take one minute off in between rounds. Today’s workout requires an Ugi ball, or something similar you can find around the house.

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At Home Cardio Workout 3

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Each round lasts for 50 Seconds, followed by 10 Seconds of rest. Then, take one minute off in between rounds. Today’s workout requires a jump rope and dip bar, or something similar you can find around the house.



ExerciseSetsRepsRestNotes
1A. Alternating Jump Lunge50s2 reps0s
1B. Isometric-Explosive Bodyweight Jump Squat
Isometric-Explosive Bodyweight Jump Squat
50s2 reps0s
2A. Side Plank Walk
Side Plank Walk
50s4 reps0s
2B. Crab Toe Touch
Crab Toe Touch
50s4 reps0s
3A. Jump Rope: Alternating Leg Hop
Jump Rope: Alternating Leg Hop
1 set4 reps0s
3B. Jump Rope: Keltic Step
Jump Rope: Keltic Step
1 set4 reps0s
4A. Hanging Knee Raise Oblique Crunch
Hanging Knee Raise Oblique Crunch
50s2 reps0s
4B. Hanging Leg Raise
Hanging Leg Raise
50s2 reps0s

At Home Cardio Workout 4

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At-Home Cardio Workouts are a great way to stay in shape. You’re now on Day 4, which lasts for 12 minutes. Do 1 round, or go again. You have no excuses. You don’t need a gym, and the weather outside simply doesn’t matter. Today’s workout continues to work your legs and core. It also gives your arms and chest a boost at the end. If it is too hard to do any exercise with weights, that’s OK. Just don’t stop moving!

At Home Cardio Workout 5

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At-Home Cardio Workouts Day 5 is here. At-home cardio workouts are a great way to stay in shape. Resistance training, while doing cardio, makes your workout much more effective. You’re now on Day 5, the last day, so give it your all. Today’s workout continues to work the legs and core.


Date Created: 12/26/19, 12:53 PM


Last Updated: 5/15/20, 12:37 AM

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