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I just completed this really good cardio bodyweight workout which requires zero equipment and can be done at home!
Lately I have been getting a bit inventive at home, and coming up with quick and effective bodyweight workouts that I can do without any equipment.
And this morning I just completed this really good workout, and damn do I feel good now!
What we will be doing:
This 5×5 home cardio bodyweight workout consists of 5 bodyweight exercises, and we will be doing 5 sets in total.
We will take a maximum of 30 seconds rest between each set.
It took me about 15 minutes or so to finish, but rather take your time and make sure you are doing each exercise the correct way instead of rushing through it.
2 Of these 5 exercises work your cardio quite a bit, so it’s the perfect mix of cardio and strength!
Home Cardio Bodyweight Workout
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This workout combines some of my favorite bodyweight exercises.
People often think you need a ton of complicated exercise routines in order to get in shape.
Well, that’s actually not the case.
Just get started with a few basic exercises and you’ll already start seeing and feeling a difference!
5×5 Cardio Bodyweight Workout
Below is my 5×5 workout you need to try.
Exercises: Jumping jacks, push ups, body squats, leg raises and high knees.
Below I have put together quick instructional videos to make sure your form is correct.
The entire workout should take about 15 minutes or so.
What you’ll need: you will simply need your bodyweight, an exercise mat and enough floor space to fit the length of your body into. If you don’t have an exercise mat, then a towel is fine.
What you’ll do: you will do each exercise after one another, and do 5 sets in total. 50 Jumping jacks, 30 push ups, 10 body squats, 20 leg raises and 40 high knees. Do a total of 5 sets, with 30 seconds rest in between each set.
Let me know what yuo think of this workout.
I absolutely loved doing it, and will be repeating it again soon!