WHAT IT IS
This 10-minute beginner fat-burning cardio workout contains easy-to-learn movements that are very fun and effective. This quick cardio workout can be done with or without a step, and has options for modifications or extra challenges. This workout is low-impact, keeping it easy on your joints, while still increasing your heart rate. If you are a beginner and not currently doing any cardio, now is your chance to get started with this quick cardio workout.
We start this quick cardio workout with a proper warm up to mobilize your joints and activate your muscles. Simple yet fun choreography will keep your heart pumping and fat burning as we pump the arms overhead, do knee lifts, and lots of other low-impact steps.
As you move through the 10 minutes your heart rate will increase with the large range of movements. Once you get the hang of this routine and build your endurance level, you can pair this quick cardio workout with other Move to Lose routines to increase your fitness level and stamina. The heart is the most important muscle in the body; get it pumping, and ten minutes will fly by. This 10-minute quick cardio workout will get your heart pumping, but is easy to follow. The moves are basic, but there is enough variety to keep you interested and motivated until the very end.
WHY CHOOSE THIS WORKOUT?
If you’ve been too intimidated to begin a workout routine, Chris will motivate you to begin your new fitness journey today. Starting with baby steps is the best idea and Move To Lose is the perfect first step.
Remember, changing yourself starts with a simple commitment to making fitness and health a priority in your life. You have to challenge yourself to change yourself, and this intense and quick cardio workout will do just that. Yes U Can!
All exercises you perform are your own responsibility and you perform them at your own risk. Always seek the advice of a physician or other qualified health provider before starting any physical exercise, fitness or wellness regiments of any kind.
Level: All Levels
Instructor: Chris Freytag