Making a regular habit of going to a gym is a bigger time investment than most anticipate. Sure, you realize you’re going to exercise for 30-45 minutes, but the entire endeavor can take up to two hours of your day.
Changing in and out of workout clothes, the drive to and from the gym and hopefully a shower when you’re done can eat away a good portion of your day off.
Here’s some cardio workouts you can do at home, without wasting away a good portion of your morning.
Workout 1 – Biggest Loser Workout (Low Intensity)
Length: 25 Minutes
Who’s this for: Beginners and those looking to restart their fitness routine after an extended break.
Equipment: Optional Dumbbells
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Workout 2 – Full Body Workout
Length: 30 Minutes
Who’s this for: If you workout regularly, and are in good cardiovascular condition.
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Workout 3 – Bodyweight Bootcamp
Length: 45 Minutes
Who’s this for: People looking for a challenge, and a longer workout.
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