You can do effective cardio exercises at home. It has various health benefits. It builds muscle, burn calories, and it makes you feel better. It improves your sleep. It reduces arthritis pain and stiffness through joint movement. It also helps to prevent high blood pressure, heart disease and diabetes.
I am listing some home cardio exercises you can do anytime, anywhere:
Stand properly facing forward with your chest up.
Place your feet shoulder-width apart.
Extend your hands straight out in front of you so as to keep your balance.
Bend at your knees and hips, like you are sitting into an imaginary chair.
Squat down as low as you can, keeping your head and chest lifted. Keep your knees over your ankles and press your weight back into your heels.
Keep your body tight, and push through your heels to bring yourself back to the starting position.
It is a good way to burn calories.
It strengthens the muscles of the lower body.
It boosts strength.
It activates the muscles that support your back.
2. Jumping Jacks
Stand upright with your legs together, arms at your sides.
Bend your knees slightly, and jump into the air.
As you jump, spread your legs to be about shoulder-width apart. Stretch your arms out and over your head.
Jump back to starting position.
Repeat the same step again.
It balances out our heart rate.
It increases blood circulation all over the body.
It controls and maintains blood pressure.
It helps in bringing down the levels of bad cholesterol in the body.
It prevents the onset of heart attacks.
3. Jog in Place
Stand straight with your feet shoulder-width apart, facing forward and opening up your chest.
Now, pull your knees up and slowly land on the balls of your feet.
Try to lift your knees higher, to ensure that your thighs are parallel with the ground.
Repeat it again.
It helps to burn calories.
It is an effective cardio workout that makes your heart stronger.
It increases our lung capacity.
It helps you to burn your belly fat.
Jump on the balls of your feet by keeping your body fairly erect.
Your heels should not touch the ground.
Your elbows should be near your sides with your wrists doing the work and not your arms.
Repeat these steps.
It improves Heart Rate.
It will help you to build your stamina.
It tones muscles in the lower and upper body.
It is the best way to lose weight.
It keeps a check on osteoporosis.
Get down on all fours, placing your hands slightly wider than your shoulders.
Straighten your arms and legs.
Lower your body until your chest nearly touches the floor.
Pause, then push yourself back up.
Repeat the steps again. Don't exert yourself.
It enhances Your Cardiovascular System. It actually keeps your heart healthy.
It Protects your shoulders from injury. It also prevents the risk of a lower back injury.
It reduces the risk of developing osteoporosis.
It improves posture.