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5 cardio exercises to do if you hate jogging or running.

Are you lazy when it comes to jogging or running to keep fit or you don't get the time to jog due to your busy schedules. Worry no more because in this article i bring to you five movements that keeps your heart rate up just like jogging and running which you can do at one place.

1. Cycling:

Steady, moderate cycling burns about 300 calories in 60 minutes, but you can burn more than that if you increase the intensity. In fact, according to the Harvard Health Letter, a 155-pound person can burn as many as 298 calories in a 30-minute bike ride, if they pedal at a 12-to-13.9 mile-per-hour pace.

2. Jumping jacks:

Vigorous types of exercise, including jumping jacks, can help you burn fat all over your body, including your belly, faster mainly due to their high intensity and the large number of calories burned. This exercise also boosts the body's metabolic rate, improves muscle endurance, which promotes weight loss so, if you feel lazy to go outdoor and jog, jumping jacks may be a better substitute.

3. Swimming:

While swimming may be fun, it is a movement that keeps your heart rate up as well because in the process, the whole body is active which helps you burn fat in so many areas at a go even though you don't the sweat or tiredness.

4. Mounting climbers:

The mountain climber is a kind of hiit workout that really gets your heart rate going. It also targets your core, making it the perfect exercise to lose that stubborn belly fat and reveal your abs.

5. Jumping rope:

Jumping rope is a full-body workout, so it burns many calories in a short time. For an average-sized person, jumping rope might even burn more than 10 calories a minute. Jumping rope can be a part of a diet and exercise routine that revs your metabolism and helps you drop pounds fast.

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