These winter cardio indoor options will help ensure that your fitness stays hot even while the weather is cold. It's more important than ever to work out in the winter months - the months when we are least likely to feel like it. By working out in the winter, we can ensure that we stay in tip top shape come spring. We can also help mitigate potential winter pitfalls like SAD. Enjoy!
This plan blends cardio machines with core and plyometrics for a fast-paced workout that will keep you guessing. Feel free to swap the cardio modalities suggested, but maintain the intensity listed and only rest when needed for best results.
0:00-4:00 Stationary bike moderate pace
4:00-5:00 High kneed
5:00-6:00 Knees-in planks
7:00-8:00 Stabilty ball crunches
8:00-10:00 Treadmill Sprint as fast as possible
10:00-11:00 180 degree jumps
11:00-12:00 Side plank hip lift (switch sides half way thru)
12:00-13:00 Long jumps
14:00-18:00 Stationary bike moderate pace
This works your heart, lungs and legs in an intense set not for the faint of heart. After a thorough warm-up, do each move with an all-out effort for 20 seconds, and rest 10 seconds between each move. Go through the list twice to complete it.
Exercise Work Rest
Mountain climbers 20 sec. 10 sec.
Burpees 20 sec. 10 sec.
High knees 20 sec. 10 sec.
Jump Rope 20 sec. 10 sec.
repeat once more.
No problem! Here are three selections for you to help you get your winter indoor cardio going on, no cardio machines needed!
“Step Aerobics” on stairs at home
Low Impact HIIT Cardio 30 min. (this one has a lot of strength in it for a warning)
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