Fitritious Life

At home Cardio Routine

No equipment necessary!
Just you, your body, and maybe some shoes, but those are totally not necessary for this.

 Make sure to get a good warm-up in!

Beginner: 30 sec work, 30 second s rest

Intermediate-Advance 45sec work, 15 sec Rest or 50 seconds work, 10 seconds rest

Jumping Jacks
Rest
High knees
Rest
Squat Jumps
Rest
Repeat 3x

Rest 1-2 minutes

Speed Skaters
Rest
Squat Thrusts
Rest
Jump Jump Squat
Rest
Repeat 3x

Rest 1-2 minutes

Burpees
Rest
1 foot lateral jumps
Rest
Moutain Climbers
Rest
Repeat 3x
DONE!

 

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0NjTMZ_lk64

8 thoughts on “At home Cardio Routine”

    1. fitritiouslife

      Shauna,
      Let me know if you try it out.
      Since you’re just starting up again after baby, I suggest starting with the beginning routine of 30 seconds work and 30 seconds of rest.
      Let me know how it goes!

    1. fitritiouslife

      You seriously need to try it! I did it the other day at 50 seconds of work 10 seconds of rest and it was KILLER!!

  1. Alicia Gonzalez

    Hi Kjell!

    My husband and I signed up for 4 week “bootcamp” class and I was wondering what you recommend that we stock up on for energy? The class will be at 6 am so would breakfast still be too early? I know that it’s best to have a snack after working out so what foods are best to enjoy/stay away from? 3 or 4 things would be greatly appreciated as it would give us an idea of the kind of direction to go in.

    1. fitritiouslife

      Pre workout food should be some kind of carbohydrate. Half a piece of whole wheat bread, half a banana. You don’t wanna be over full for your workout as you might feel sluggish. You just wanna curb that hunger and give yourself a bit of energy before you jump into a hard workout, especially that early in the morning.

      My next post will talk more about pre-and post workout foods just for you, Alicia!!

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