Under-30-Minute Cardio Workouts You Can Do From Your Living Room
With more and more people working from home and practicing social distancing, it can be tough to squeeze in a workout if you're not going to the gym. But that doesn't mean you have to give up on your fitness goals. Push your coffee table aside and opt for an at-home cardio workout.
All you need is a deck of cards (yes, really!) and you're ready to sweat.
Repeat the following high-intensity circuit as many times as you can in four minutes. Rest for one minute before repeating four times altogether.
Beginners, attempt to complete the sequence twice in four minutes. Intermediate-level athletes, try to finish three to four circuits in four minutes. You've reached an advanced level if you can push five or more rounds in four minutes.
The Card Game
Each card suit is assigned to an exercise, allowing you to transition quickly between the moves. When you draw a suit, you perform the designated task for the number of reps indicated on the card. This is a continued workout until the deck is finished.
If you're a beginner, it's optional to begin with half the deck. Once your fitness level increases, add the other half of the deck.
The Suit Cards
The Face Cards