Cardio Workout Routines
Adding cardiovascular workouts to your routines helps your overall fitness level. How many times have you seen that guy just lifting weights without doing any cardio? He may be strong but he may not be able to run one lap on a ¼ mile track. Although weightlifting is good for your heart, you must add some cardio exercises to your workout to get a good combination of strength and endurance.
ACSM recommends a minimum of 20 minutes of continuous or intermittent aerobic activity at least 3 days a week. It is also recommended that you exercise at an intensity level of 50%-85% of your heart rate reserve (HHR) max or (or VO2 max) to see noticeable improvements in your conditioning.
- Running Workouts
- Outdoor Workouts
- Jumprope Workout
- Stationary Bike Workouts
- Elliptical Trainer Workout
- Home Cardio Workouts
- Gym Cardio Workouts
Good cardio workouts
Good cardio workout routines you can do at home or at the gym. Each workout in this section is designed to help you either lose weight, burn fat or improve the intensity of your workouts. The types of routine include: fat burning, extreme cardio, HIIT, and kettlebell training exercises.
What is Cardio Fitness ?
Cardio respiratory fitness is defined as the ability to perform repetitive, moderate to high intensity, large muscle movement for a prolonged period of time. Many health benefits and training adaptations have been associated with aerobic fitness.
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