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60-Second Cardio Moves

Fast Exercises You Can Do Anywhere!

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I try to never stand still when waiting. For the elevator , for the bus or subway. People do look at you, and it means simple stepping , side to side, or grapevines, but it’s not a Workout and I don’t track these random “ keep moving” minutes. Report
I try to never stand still when waiting. For the elevator , for the bus or subway. People do look at you, and it means simple stepping , side to side, or grapevines, but it’s not a Workout and I don’t track these random “ keep moving” minutes. Report
All very good exercises, I already do some of them and will start using the others too. Report
Good exercises! Thanks for sharing. Report
Great exercises to do in a small spurts! Report
Karate and self defense moves are ideal for this kind of exercise. They are at least as good as any other movements in exercise quality, and they have the added benefit of improving your ability to defend yourself in case you are ever forced to do so.

These should be practiced very slow sometimes, in the way Tai Chi is done, but at maximum speed and intensity most of the time (assuming your body can handle that amount of intensity). Focusing them is very important. If they are done right you will be so exhausted you have to quit within under a minute, or even a half minute; then you rest and do another set. And they should be done as a meditation: your mind is totally focused on the movement, and you are as relaxed as you can be until you focus down at the end of the movement.

Done right, these are an excellent workout. They don't require any equipment or a yoga mat or any more than a little bit of floor space.

Short sprints at maximum speed, even inside your house, and up and down stairs and all that, are another self defense move that are very good exercise, and they fit this concept very well. Report
Good need-to-know information and exercise demonstrations. Report
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When I wake up in the morning, I do a series of arm punches out, above the head, & one in between like 10 of each, maybe a couple sets. Gets me going & if my BP is low, I don't have to balance until after breakfast. I then follow w/ some back stretches from my PT. I can do the first half for something new along w/ leg lifts from a chair. Report

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