Cardio Workouts That Get You Out Of The Gym!
I’ve got ways to get you out of that boring gym and into some real exercise, especially if you need a break from the gym, if your gym is even open during the health crisis taking place with the Corona virus.
Here They Are-
Swimming – OK I’ll admit swimming can be done in the gym. The thing is not a lot of people doing it which is a shame, because it’s such a rewarding form of exercise. You can also if you prefer swim in the ocean, just grab a wetsuit unless you are not in a geographic area with the close by. I recommend doing sprint swimming. So swim as hard as you can to do a length of a pool or a similar distance in the sea followed by a rest period. Not too long though, 20-40 seconds is a good time. Keep this up for 30-40 minutes for a very intensive workout. You can mix it up with different strokes. So crawl, breaststroke, sidestroke, backstroke, butterfly etc. This will be more effective in working more muscle groups and burning more fat. The great thing about swimming is that it’s not what I call an impact exercise. Because the waters taking the strain of the exercise. So there’s less chance of sustaining injury.
Rope Skipping – Rope skipping is a great full body workout! The plastic ropes tend to work better than the fabric ones. You can get up to higher speeds once you get the hang of it. Try mixing together two legged jumps, one legged jumps, arm crossovers and double jumps. This will ensure the intensity is kept at a high level and increase the fat burning. If you’ve forgotten how to do those moves just ask your children for help if you have them! Try doing 15-20 seconds of high bursts of speed followed by 15-20 seconds recovery where you jump slowly. Keep repeating this until you have no energy left. So get out of the gym and start doing some cardio that won’t bore you! Just adding this into your weekly routine can improve your overall effectiveness when working out. This type of exercise is perfect during the coronavirus situation all of the planet is current experiencing where many gyms might still be closed. Regardless, rope skipping is a great cardio exercise.
More Cardio Fat Burning Exercises
If you can keep a commitment to this fat burning exercise routine, you will see huge fat loss, even within one week. The moment that you start working out your body is burning calories and getting rid of that fat you don’t need. Join me to dive into this fat burning exercise routine right now. When you are trying to lose body fat, remember this: If you eat more calories in a day than you expend, you will get fatter. There is no avoiding this, it is just how Mother Nature has assembled the universe, if you take one action, another follows. So although this workout will burn a heap of body fat, if you are still eating hot dogs, deep fried chocolate bars and donuts just as a breakfast, you will NOT lose weight.
Fat Burning Exercise Routine: Warm up and stretch 10 minute jog on full incline on treadmill (or running on hilly terrain) 10 minute bike alternating between cycling hard and a constant average speed every 30 seconds.
Do This body weight workout to finish up: 20 burpees 100 jumping jacks, 50 body weight only squats, 1 minute plank hold Repeat this body weight circuit 3 times for maximum effectiveness.
You want to be pushing your body hard to lose fat, but this is relative to circumstances. If you are extremely overweight, you couldn’t physically do this workout, you would need to start with a simple session of treadmill walking and cycling to get up to this stage of fitness which is perfectly fine.
If you are sick and tired of being fed snippets of information here and there, don’t know who to trust, or if you have failed to lose weight time and time again, I am here to help you burn the fat, keep it off and get you to enjoy life to the fullest.
The exercises mentioned are simply good exercised to complete and watch your body transform and your energy level peek quickly. Always consult with a physician before starting any exercise program, especially if it has been a while since you have exercised regularly or if you have never really had a regular exercise routine established before.