These workouts are designed to get your body moving, and to increase blood flow in the best way possible so you can live longer, have endurance to compete in races, and give yourself energy to complete your day feeling great.Cardio Interval Walk by Ellen Barrett
1. Cardio Interval Walk
This cardio walking workout integrates strength and low impact plyometrics for a fun added challenge. The variety of easy-to-follow exercises will get your heart rate going, rev that metabolism and burn calories. Join Ellen Barrett and her crew, and starting Walking Strong.
2. 10-Minute Calorie Killer
Kill calories in just over 10 minutes with this do-anywhere, no excuses bodyweight workout with Keith Johnson. Work your entire body through a combination of cardio and toning exercises during 20 second bursts that'll have you sweating and feeling great in no time. Keith is one of the contestants in the next GrokStar competition, so if you love his class be sure to let him know by loving the video, share your "I did this" and commenting below.
3. Cardio Core #4 - Combo
Jumpstart your metabolism with a lot of movement! This workout consists of a 10-minute Tabata-style (20-seconds on/10-seconds off) cardio session, followed by 13 minutes of core work. This is a great full body workout that will get your heart rate up and then focus on toning and sculpting the abs. Get after it and enjoy!
4. Cardio/Strength Workout
Cardio/Strength Workout routine consisting of 5 exercises - dive-bomber push-ups, jump squats, pulse planks, mountain climbers and floor dips - each done for 30 seconds, and the whole set repeated 3 times.Trainer Michael Patarino leads you through a grueling series of fat-burning cardio movements and exercises that build strength and stability.
5. Cardio/Strength Workout - Full Court Press
Cardio/Strength Workout consisting of squats, push-ups, bent-over rows, alternative lunge jumps and overhead presses each done for 30 seconds and the entire set is repeated 3x.
6. High Intensity Interval Cardio & Abs Circuit
Cover model and TEAM Optimum Nutrition Athlete, Rob Riches, shows how he switches up classic exercises to further challenge and develop a winning physique.