Find new cardio workout ideas to make your cardio work effective and versatile, including HIIT and steady-state cardio.
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This fitness program mixes HIIT, strength and mobility without forgetting (active) recovery. 4 weeks full of fun and sweat to help you get fit(ter).
Want to get stronger, but not bulky? This cardio strength workout only takes half an hour of your time and doesn’t require any equipment.
Cardio and strength training: Should you combine the two or is it best to do them as separate sessions on different days of the week? The answer is simple.
Varying your workouts comes with several benefits. Here’s why you shouldn’t make it a choice between cardio vs. strength training, but do both.
There’s something about running on the treadmill for an hour that’s not exactly appealing so how to make your cardio workouts not only more effective, but more enjoyable?
To see results, it’s best to mix both steady-state cardio and HIIT. Here’s how obstacle course racer and CrossFit athlete Christian Jonsson combines the two.
Sometimes a cardio-based workout is just what the doctor ordered. Read what you should know about adding steady-state cardio workouts to your routine.
Steady-state cardio is an easy-to-moderate paced effort without drama. Here are the benefits of adding steady-state cardio to your workout mix.
Here are 5 basic, but effective, cardio exercises with easy-to-follow ‘how to’ instructions from a personal trainer. Get your heart pumping!