These 5 Cardio Exercises can help you in Your weight loss journey

In layman words, cardiovascular means something that is related to the heart and in our context i.e. cardio exercises are those exercises which help in making your blood pump faster. However, these oxygen delivering exercises not only help in keeping your insides healthy but also help in shredding up the extra fat. Though, not all of the cardio exercises are good for your weight loss journey, as research says that low intensity and moderate intensity workouts are not beneficial as they result in muscle loss and might cause pain in your joints.

Let us take a look at the 5 most beneficial cardio exercises that can help you achieve that might in your weight loss journey.

 The Lateral Shuffle

Well, in my opinion, I see cardio as a form of dance that helps you in opening up your muscles and reduce the excessive fat that is lingering on your body. The lateral shuffle is such an exercise that fits that statement perfectly; you just need space and the will to follow this exercise. This exercise is used by basketball, football and mainly tennis players, you might have witnessed lawn tennis players swirling from left to right and vice versa to cover the hitting radius of their court. On an ending note, it’s a beautiful exercise to increase your blood flow and burn those calories.

Rope Jumping

As I told you earlier, cardio can be considered as a dance form and in my personal opinion, skipping ropes is also a part of it because it requires rhythm and synchronisation of your hands with your legs. This one exercise doesn’t require you to put any strength; you will just need practice to achieve a harmonic balance for this exercise. Just remember, all of these exercises have techniques, you need to break the code and then increase the intensity of the work out and finally increase the difficulty level as well to harness your full potential.

Swimming

If you have never ever swam in your life then it might be the chance to finally give it a try, what can be a more fun way to fight with that excessive fat then to chill in a pool and dive in and out in clear water? You might be surprised to hear that swimming can be considered as a workout which impacts all of your muscles, I am not saying that it can get you overnight result but it can help you kick-start and put an impact on all of your muscles.

Cycling

Cycling combines physical exercise with being outdoors and exploring new views. You can ride solo – giving you time to process worries or concerns, or you can ride with a group which broadens your social circle. Apart from being such a fantastic sport, cycling is also considered as a retro tool to improve your blood flow and also strengthen your calf muscles. It’s a fabulous exercise to feel the outdoors and simultaneously get those veins pumping in a healthy manner.

Aerobics vs Anaerobics

As discussed above aerobic exercise is any type of cardiovascular activity or “cardio.” During cardiovascular activity, your breathing levels and heart rate increases for a defined period of time. Examples of aerobic exercise include swimming laps, running, or cycling.

Anaerobic exercises involve quick outbursts of energy and are performed at maximum effort for a short period time like jumping, sprinting, or heavy weight lifting.

During aerobic exercise, you breathe faster and deeper than when your heart rate is at rest. During anaerobic exercise, your body requires immediate energy. Your body relies on stored energy sources, rather than oxygen, to fuel itself. That includes breaking down glucose.

If you’ve been exercising a long time or are trying to lose weight quickly, add anaerobic workouts into your routine. Sprints or high intensity interval training might help you meet your goals.

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