Weather permitting-I plan to push mow the dam of our pond. Great work out and I can add in some squats on the banks. I love to do cardio and get something else done simultaneously-the ultimate in multitasking!
Your challenge today is to tailor your cardio workout to your fitness level. If you are:
*New to Exercise - Try to get in 30 minutes of continuous cardio.
*Have been exercising for a while (more than a month) - Try to get in 45 minutes of continuous cardio.
*Have been exercising for a long while - Try to get in 60 minutes of continuous cardio.
YOU CAN DO THIS! Remember to drink your water, have a nutritious snack afterwards (i.e. yogurt, banana, pumpkin seeds, etc.), and get in a cool down.
Have a FIT Wednesday!
P.S. Continuous cardio can be as simple as a brisk walk, or as strenuous as a several mile run. You can take a class at the gym, or do a video in your living room. It is all up to you and your fitness level. GO FOR IT!
Don't forget your water!!
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