No excuse: Cardio pump workout for healthy body

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Cardiovascular exercises, also known as aerobic or aerobic exercises, are essential for good health. It increases your heart rate by speeding up your blood. This provides more oxygen throughout the body, keeping your heart and lungs healthy.

Regular cardio exercise can also help you lose weight, sleep better and reduce your risk of chronic illness.

But what if you can’t go out every day or don’t feel like going to the gym? There are still many cardio exercises you can do at home.

Beginners move to get you started
If you are new to aerobic exercise, these movements will help you get started.

High knees
This exercise involves walking in place, so you can do it anywhere with minimal space.

Stand with your legs together and your arms at your sides.Lift one knee up to your chest. Lower your leg and repeat with the other knee.
Continue alternating your knees and wave your arms up and down.

Kicks in the ass
Butt kicks are the opposite of high knees. Instead of lifting your knees, lift your heels up to your buttocks.

Stand with your legs together and your arms at your sides.
Bring a heel to your buttocks. Lower your foot and repeat with the other heel.
Continue alternating your heels and pumping your arms.

Side Shuffle
Side shuffling increases your heart rate and improves your coordination side by side.

Stand with feet hip-width apart, knees and hips bent. Lean forward a little and prepare your core.
Lift your right foot, push your left foot and move to the right, keeping your shape.
Put your feet together. Continue to shuffle to the right.
Repeat the same steps on the left.
Shake left and right to get the same amount of space to work both sides evenly.

Crab walk
Crab walking is a fun way to get your blood flowing. It also strengthens your arms while you train your back, core and legs.

Sit on the floor with your knees bent and your feet flat. Place your hands on the floor under your shoulders, your fingers pointing forward.
Lift your hips off the floor. “Walk” backwards with your arms and legs, so that your weight is evenly distributed across your arms and legs.
Continue walking backward for the desired distance.

Standing oblique grinding
This low impact cardio exercise is ideal for beginners. When lifting your knees, hold the central muscles on your side.

Stand with your feet shoulder-width apart. Place your hands on the back of your head, elbows pointing outward.
Bend to the right, moving your right elbow down and your right knee up.
Return to the starting position. Repeat on the left.

Skateboarders
The lateral movement of this exercise mimics how a skateboarder moves. For a challenge, add a jump when moving to the side.

Start with a bent thrust, with your knees bent and your right leg diagonally behind you. Bend your right arm and stretch your left arm.
Push the left leg and move the right leg forward. Bring your left leg diagonally back and switch your arms.
Keep skating to the left and right.

Jumping Jacks
For a full body workout, add a few jumpers. This classic movement works your entire body while increasing your heart rate.

Stand with your legs together and your arms at your sides.
Bend your knees slightly. Jump and spread your legs beyond shoulder width and raise your arms above your head.
Go to the center. Repeat.

Toe taps

This is a simple, low-impact exercise that can be done on the curb or on the lowest step of a flight of stairs.

Stand in front of the curb or step. Rest one foot on top, toes down.
Quickly change your legs to place your other foot on top. Continue switching feet.
As you get used to the movement, move to the left or right while touching your toes.

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