How Much Cardio Should You Be DoingJul 07, 2020
Do you ever feel like you’d rather burn your mouth from a hot cup of tea than take the time to get your cardio in?
It may sound a little dramatic, but I totally get it...that struggle is all too familiar. It's advised to do 150 minutes of light cardio every week but you barely have enough time to squeeze lunch into your afternoon. It's can be exhausting to even think about!
…That is until I reframed my mind as to what cardio is and how I can incorporate it in throughout my day.
Sit with that for a minute and I'm going to say it for you again...I can get in 150 minutes of cardio a week without wasting my time on the treadmill. *The struggle does NOT have to be real anymore!*
I can see your jaw hitting the floor through my computer screen, but I can’t wait to open your mind to how you can approach cardio in your daily life.
>>A successful cardio routine isn’t about burning off that cupcake you had at lunch or dripping in sweat at the end of it. It’s about getting your heart rate up in order to get you moving and feeling energized throughout your day.<<
In this episode, I’m going to explain to you the EXACT way that I view cardio and implement it into my daily life so you don't have to dread having an hour-long cardio session every day.
When you have this perspective down, you can enhance the way your body feels!
My hope for this episode is to inspire you to get moving and keep moving, save you time and give you an understanding that cardio is not all about the number of calories that you're burning. So are you ready? Click play >>HERE<< to learning how much cardio is right for you.
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The material contained within is provided for educational and informational purposes only and is not intended as medical advice. You should seek prompt medical care for any specific health issues and consult your physician before beginning a new regiment or purchasing any product(s).