tae bo, low impact aerobics (they have walking videos with exercises), there are tons of different cardio workout videos. there are dancing ones even. just go to amazon or another book/video selling website and browse through the titles and descriptions of the workouts, find a few you like, then go buy them at the store, or order them online (it can be way cheaper sometimes).
my personal favorites.....
*tae bo - billy blanks favorite tae bo moves (it's tough at first, but after the first couple times you get used to it and i feel great after)
*Crunch - Super Slimdown Pilates (it's an aerobic circuit style pilates workout. they have you always moving but it's still really relaxing)
*Any of the Prevention (the magazine) workouts, they have 2 dancing ones, a walking one, one called Get Moving, and it has workouts for each day of the week, and 2 or 3 other kinds.
I've really enjoyed the past couple of warm days we've had, but now that the cold has settled in again I can't find the motivation to get my already-sore body out in the cold! How can I do cardio indoors when I don't have any exercise equipment? Can work out tapes be considered cardio?
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