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7 Cardio Videos for Your Full Week of Heart-Healthy Workouts

Tehrene Firman

Tehrene FirmanJune 21, 2020

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If you’re only doing one type of cardio over and over again—like running up and down the stairs in your apartment building—it’s time to switch things up. Luckily, there are so many different ways to beat the boredom with these cardio workout videos for every day of the week.

There’s a little something for everyone in this lineup, and each of the cardio workout videos is led by one of your favorite trainers. There’s tabata with Ash Wilking, dance cardio with Amanda Kloots, quickie cardio with Tracy Anderson, and more. Basically, if you follow along with this daily schedule, you’ll never want to miss your workout again.

Here’s your week’s worth of cardio workout videos

1. Monday: Tabata

This 15-minute tabata workout with Ash Wilking, a Nike trainer and Rumble instructor, requires zero equipment. With that being said, your heart will surely be pumping quickly as you go through the two circuits that have you doing everything from lateral shuffles to star jumps.

2. Tuesday: Dance Cardio

Next up comes some dance cardio with Amanda Kloots. During this 9-minute workout, you’ll be working every part of your body, from your abs and arms to your glutes—all while having a whole lot of fun in the process. For a more beginner-friendly version of this workout, try this option.

3. Wednesday: Low-Impact Cardio

Ready for a serious full-body burn? In this workout, trainer Charlee Atkins of Le Sweat will take you through a 25-minute session that’s low-impact and equipment-free. Get ready for plenty of mountain climbers, plank swimmers, and bodyweight rows.

4. Thursday: Running

Running isn’t boring when you add some intervals into the mix. In this workout with Nike Running roach Jes Woods, you’ll be doing a HIIT workout on the treadmill. And if you don’t have access to a treadmill at the moment, no worries. You can easily take this run outdoors by skipping the inclines and focusing on the periods of effort and recovery.

5. Friday: Dance Cardio Party

What’s more fitting for a Friday workout than this dance cardio party? DanceBody’s Katia Pryce will lead you through an 18-minute sweat session that’s meant to strengthen and tone your body.

6. Saturday: HIIT

Start your weekend off right with this HIIT workout with Meg Takacs. There’s only six plyometric movements, but they’ll certainly leave you sweating as you up your heart rate and strengthen your body at the same time.

7. Sunday: Quickie Cardio

For some quick and enjoyable Sunday cardio, press play on this workout from Tracy Anderson. Even though it only takes seven minutes, you’ll be sweating by the time it’s over.

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