A good cardio workout starts this 10-minute workout. Start with shoulder-width feet. Jog in place with high knees and arms pumping. Jog in place with neutral shoulders and spine.
Jump squats, another heart-rate-raising exercise, aid weight loss. Stand tall with feet slightly wider than shoulder-width apart. Squat to roughly parallel thighs. Jump explosively, leaving your feet. Squat with bent knees.
This simple movement takes some practise to feel in your quads, hamstrings, and glutes. Find your best stance and side lunge width throughout the set. Keep your shoulders back as you step out to the side and lunge.
"Get into a plank and rapidly drive your knees up one at a time to the opposite elbow for a minute. Mountain climbers often raise or sag their hips. Keep your knees to your chest and your shoulders, elbows, and hands stacked.
Pushups are essential to any high-intensity full-body workout. Pushups build chest, triceps, and shoulders. They require no equipment and can't be done anywhere. Meier advises keeping your hands close to your body when doing this simple but difficult movement. Keep your elbows from flaring out and your core tight as you would in a plank.
This plank variation will boost your heart rate and burn calories. This high-intensity bodyweight exercise requires a perfect plank position and repeated foot jumps out and in. Align your hips, shoulders, and ankles. Check your alignment during jacks.
Hold your hands in front of you with palms down and elbows bent. Alternately raise your knees and hit your palms. High knees should be done with good posture and knees as high as you're comfortable with. As you warm up, your range of motion may improve.