Cardio is a recurring topic on this website. The reason is twofold: I’m a cardio fan—mostly running—and a lot of people are eager to learn more about cardio and wish to know how to do it correctly and effectively.
I decided to sift through the hundreds of posts that make up World Of Diets and compile a list of 10 posts about cardio that should be required reading for anyone who is interested in cardiovascular training. Here is the list of posts that you should read:
In this post I talk about common misconceptions regarding cardio. These myths may reduce the quality of your workouts and make them less effective. These myths touch on the choice of workouts, the way to perform them, and the manner in which to correctly combine cardio with strength training.
Rowing is one of my favorite cardio workouts. While most cardio focuses on the lower body, rowing works your arms, shoulders and back. Done right, this workout can burn lots of calories and melt body fat quickly. In this rowing workout guide you will learn the benefits of rowing and the proper technique in which to perform these workouts.
Cardio doesn’t have to be limited to running, cycling and aerobic classes. There are plenty of less common ways to perform cardio which are fun, interesting, entertaining, and exciting. In this post I talk about 10 ways in which you can get a cardio stimulation without having to perform the regular workouts which some people find boring.
As someone who resumed running regularly a few months ago after a long hiatus, I know how challenging it can be to get back on track. Running has been a hobby of mine for many years before I took a break from it, but even I, with my long and affectionate history with running, had to work to find my stride once more. In this post I give tips on how to start running again and fall in love with running anew.
The name of this post says it all: it was written for people who perform cardio and weight training during the same workout. It answers one simple question: when should you do cardio? Is it at the beginning of your workout or after you’ve finished your weight training session?
Did I mention how much I love running? I guess I did. After years of running for both fun and weight loss, I want to share some of the things I learned. In this post I share simple and effective running tips for better and faster results. Learn how to make more of your running time and enjoy your training sessions.
If you’re a beginner at cardio and you’re scared of making mistakes, the 5 tips in this post should help you get off to a great start. As these tips are meant for beginners, they are not advanced and may not apply to you at your current level. So, if you’ve been doing cardio for a while you may skip these.
Most cardio is done outdoors or in the gym. This is how most people see it. However, there’s no need to step outside your door for you to perform cardio. You can do fantastic workouts at home. If you want to know how to do home cardio workouts, this post is for you.
If you have any questions about cardio workouts this post should give you the answers you seek. I compiled a list of 10 common questions regarding cardio and answered them all. For instance, learn whether walking is good enough to lose weight, what to eat after a training session, which workout to choose, should you do cardio in the morning, etc.
This post goes over a number of effective cardio workouts for weight loss. You get an overview of cardio and the range of possibilities available for you. You should find at least two activities that you enjoy and that will help you get a better physique.
I hope that you found these 10 articles useful. Now, go and do some cardio.