Cardio Body Fix With 10 Minute Workout
The 10 Minute Workout is a exercise routine that helps teach you and your body portion control and healthy muscle movements that will both strength muscles and burn fat.
Why 10 Minute Workout?
When your feeling stressed, a 10 minute workout gives you an instant energy boost and helps you refocus.
Like everyone, I’m often rushing and I find a 10 minute workout is enough exercise to help me not feel guilty about missing my regular routine.
10 minute workouts can bring surprisingly effective results quickly.
It is always better to do some exercise than not to exercise at all. When you’re feeling busy and stressed, promise yourself that you’ll run at least 10 minutes even if you can’t find time for a longer training session.
A great way to really benefit from a short session is to focus on a specific area of the body or one component of fitness, such as strength, cardio, or flexibility. Here we have share our favorite 10-minute cardiovascular routine with you.
Stay in shape with this quick workout
Getting started with Pre-cardio 2 minute warm-up
The warm-up should always be dynamic – your body gently relaxes and your heart rate slowly increases. A 120-second warm-up to ease into the core of the workout should be good enough, but spend a little extra time on the days when you feel especially tight.
8- minutes Simple Exercise
1. Modified jump jacks
Stand with both feet together and leave your arms hanging at your sides. Step one to the side, then return to the starting position. Repeat this movement on the other side. Continue to alternate back and forth until you are comfortable performing the leg movements at a steady, challenging pace. Then add arm movements: Move your arms over your head when you step to the side, then move your arms back to your sides when you bring your feet together.
2. Power jumping jacks
Stand with both feet together and arms at your sides, then jump both feet out to the sides while raising both arms up to form a star shape. Land with your knees bent into a squat position, hold this position for two seconds, and then jump back to the starting position.
3. Running in place
Run on the spot, bringing your knees up in front of you and pumping your arms back and forth in rhythm with your legs.
4. All-out sprint in place
Sprint in place as fast as you can. Keep your leg and arm movements fast and powerful.
Stand with your feet shoulder-width apart and your toes pointing forward, and then make a motion to the back—as if you were sitting in an imaginary chair. Hold for a second, then drive with your hips, then return to standing. Make sure to keep your back flat, keep your chest up and really focus on sitting back to take the pressure off your knees.
The burpee is a powerful combination of squats, pushups, and vertical jumps.
Sit on your butt and put your hands on the floor in front of you. Kick your feet behind you to put yourself in push-up position. In a controlled fashion, lower your chest to the floor using your arms. Press back to complete the push and then pull your feet back to return to the squat position. End the movement by jumping in the air with an overhead clapping.
7. Side step
This is like a dance move. Start with both feet together, arms loosely at your sides. Step aside to the left while bending forward slightly, reaching your right hand across your body diagonally toward your left knee. Then press your right foot behind your left. Return to the central starting position and repeat on the other side.
8. Speed skaters
Use the same movement you mastered while repeating the side steps, but instead of moving around, jump to each side and jump backwards. You should look like a speed skater with your arms alternated and joined to get more sides with each jump.