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Run, Jump And Step Cardio

Posted May 15 2009 10:01pm
Change up your cardio exercise with a run, jump and step routine.... some of you don't get significant results with fat loss because you do the same thing most of the time! Get off the treadmill and elliptical machines and challenge yourself!

Running, jumping and stepping are some of the best ways to tone and shape your body!

You don't need any machines--- just get your body ready for some very intense exercise. If you have knee or low back problems, this type of workout is not for you....

Here goes:

--Run, 30 seconds full speed
--Walk, 1 minute
--Squat Jumps, 10, fast
--Walk, 1 minute
--Step Ups (knee high platform), 10 each leg
--Walk, 1 minute
--Run, 30 seconds full speed
--Walk, 1 minute
--Jumping Jacks, 1 minute, fast
--Walk 1 minute
--Mountain climbers, 30 seconds, fast
--Walk, 1 minute
--Run, 30 seconds full speed
--Walk 1 minute
--Jump Rope, 1 minute
--Walk 1 minute
--Walking Lunges, 10 steps each leg

You won't get bored with this run, jump and step cardio routine....and you will burn calories and fat like crazy! Challenge yourself and do something different today!

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