Good 10-minute Home Cardio Workout for All

Good 10-minute Home Cardio Workout for All

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Nowadays, a home cardio workout is as easy as ordering food on the Internet. If you have simple tools such as dumbbells, jumping rope, or training ball, you can easily do workouts anytime at your home.

Here are some 10-minute cardio workouts we can recommend for all body type. You need to warm up for at least 6-minute easy routine and cool down with a 5-minute stretch. This workout can be done one by one or combination. You can also get more information at this site.

Rocket Jumps

Stand with your feet hip-width apart, legs bent, and both hands on your thighs (left on left, right on right). Jump up, driving your hands straight above your head and stretching your whole body. Land softly, reposition your feet and repeat the process.

Star Jumps

Stand tall with your arms by your side.

Make sure that you’re in a good position with your knees slightly bent. Jump up, extend you

 

r arms to both sides and legs out to make a star shape in the air. Land softly, with your knees together and hands by your side. Keep the abs part of your body tight and back straight during the exercise.

Squats

 

Squats are a good energetic alternative if you cannot perform the star jumps. Here is how to do it: Stand with your feet shoulder-width apart and your hands down by your sides. You can also stretch out your hands in front for extra balance, depends on your ability and capacity. Lower yourself by bending your knees until they are nearly at a right angle, with your thighs parallel to the floor. Your back must be straight while performing this and don’t let your knees extend over your toes.

Tap Backs

Step your right leg back and swing both arms forward. Repeat the same process with the opposite leg in a continuous rhythmic flow. Look forward and keep your hips, as well as shoulders, facing forwards. Do not extend your front knee over your toes as you step back, this will make you imbalance and lead to unexpected tumbling.

Burpees

To do a burpee from a standing position, do the following steps:

Step 1: Drop into a squat with your hands on the ground
Step 2: Kick your feet back into a push-up position
Step 3: Jump your feet back into a squat
Step 4: Jump up with your arms extending overhead

For an easier burpee workout, don’t kick out into the push-up position and stand up instead of jumping.

Cool Down

Do not forget to do your cool down routine after your exercise. A good 5-minute stretching will do to make you feel more chill. Walking and some shaking is also advisable. If you skip this part, you may feel uncomfortable due to your painful body.

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