3 Cardio Workouts You Can Do at Home

You do not have to go to the gym, to get an intense workout of your body. A spacious room in your house or your backyard can be used to practice cardio workouts that work the heart.

Benefits are that you can do them anytime you want, in both good and foul weather, morning or night, all without having to pay a dime.

The following are three cardio workouts that you can practice at home, and that will boost your energy.

1. Jump rope body-weight circuit

This is an intense cardio workout of three rounds of several workouts. Do the following in every round, then repeat again two more times.Perform a hundred revolutions of Jump rope. That is skipping, but with you jumping at the same time.Then move on to Hand release push-ups, where you do the normal push-up routine, but now allowing your chest to touch the ground, then lifting your hands from the floor, bringing them down again to continue. Repeat this 15 times, then move on to perform pylo lunges.

Get into the lunge position with your left leg bent at right angles at the knee in front of you, and your right leg kneeling behind you at 90 degrees. Explode upwards to do the lunge, but land with your legs switching position, your right leg now in front and your left leg behind. Do this 11 more times, then move on to perform kimura sit-ups.

Lie flat on your back with your legs bent at the knees, feet on the floor and arms beside you. Curl up some way to 30 degrees, and then move your right arm to touch your left wrist across your body, twisting your torso in the process. Do 16 sets of these, with each set containing both sides.

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When you have finished these, it is round one, rest and do the round again two more times.

2. JPC workout

Do eight rounds containing one jumping jack, one push-up, and one mountain leg performed on each leg.

3. Bear crawl finisher workout

Perform three rounds of this workout, containing 20 push-ups, two pistol squats on each side, 15 v-ups, medicine ball slams, and bear crawl for 15 meters.

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