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.Flat Abs Walk by Ellen Barrett
1. Flat Abs Walk
This Ellen Barrett workout focuses on cardio and strengthening you core. Get your heart rate up, burn calories and build strength in just 20 minutes. Lace those shoes up and get ready to have fun while Walking Strong.
2. Metabolic Shred
This 20-minute workout is designed to work your entire body through a combination of cardio and toning exercises. You'll work through three separate segments, each focusing on the lower body, upper body, and core respectively. 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 #5 - Core 360
This class hits every inch of your core. Expect non-traditional movements on every plane from standing lateral crunches to planks with a tuck. These moves will get your heart rate up, so grab a towel and dive in!
4. 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!
5. Abs and Cardio Workout - Bodyweight Interval
Cardio and Abs Workout to help you lose belly fat and get in shape quick; 4 groups of cardio and ab exercises; intervals of 20 seconds on and 10 seconds off; 3 rounds
6. Abs Of Envy Workout
Abs Of Envy uses chisel-powered core exercises to elongate and lengthen the abs. This workout creates lean lines and a slender, sexy waist.This workout is from Envy Girls' DVD "Envy Girls: Workouts For The Spots That Really Count".
7. 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.