Exercise Sitemap - Page 4 2016-09-26

Beginner Upper Body Workout - Get Started on Your Upper Body
This Beginner Total Body Strength Workout is perfect for people just getting started with lifting weights. You'll hit all the muscle groups with simple, easy to follow exercises.

Cardio Walking Workout for Beginners
This walking workout for beginners is a great way to get started with cardio exercise. Take to the treadmill for a 20-minute interval workout.

Core Exercises on the Ball
Want to work your core? I've got some new and creative ways to use your exercise ball to challenge all the muscles of your core and. Here's how to work your core.

Best Holiday Workouts
Holidays got your crazed and stressed? Before you reach for that glass of wine, try one of these killer holiday workouts. All you need is 10-15 minutes and you'll blast calories and stress.

90 Days to Fitness and Weight Loss - Week 12 Workouts
I've got tons of new workouts for Week 12, the last week of your 90 Days to Fitness and Weight Loss. Are you ready to finish up with a bang? Let's get started!

Core Kickbacks
Core kickbacks work everything from your triceps, of course, to every muscle in your core. This exercise helps you burn more calories and build strength in less time.

Step Knee Overhead Press
This total body move, a step knee with an overhead press, hits every muscle in your body with an emphasis on the hips, glutes and thighs and the shoulders.

One Legged Row
The one-legged row is a great timesaver exercise, working on your lower body and balance while building strength and muscle in your lats.

Hammer Curls with a Power Squat
Adding a power squat to your hammer curls really raises the intensity of this exercise, helping you burn more calories in less time.

Pushups
Pushups are one of the best exercises to do for your body with no equipment needed. You'll work the chest, shoulders, triceps and the core.

Squat Press
Squat presses are the perfect timesaving exercise, working the shoulders and the lower body while raising the heart rate to help you burn more calories.

Wide Squat Weight Exchange
If you want to work your inner thighs, this wide squat weight exchange should be your go to exercise. Use a very heavy weight to get the most out of this move.

Plank with Knee Bends
If you want to really work your core, this plank with knee bends does the trick. By adding intensity to the traditional plank, you'll really up the intensity.

Split Squat
Split squats are a killer exercise for the lower body, even more than regular lunges or squats. Try these for a quick, efficient lower body move.

Deadlifts
Deadlifts are one of the most effective exercises for working the glutes, hamstrings and the lower back.

90 Days to Fitness and Weight Loss - Week 9 Workouts
It's Week 9 of the Last 30 Days of your 90 Days to Fitness and Weight Loss. This week you have some brand new workouts and you'll be increasing your workout time as well. It's time to get serious about losing weight in your Last 30 Days.

90 Days to Fitness and Weight Loss - Week 11 Workouts
It's Week 11 of the Last 30 Days of your 90 Days to Fitness and Weight Loss and this week you'll perfect the new workouts and schedule you tried last week. We're getting near the end and you're doing great!

90 Days to Fitness and Weight Loss - Week 10 Workouts
It's Week 10 of the Last 30 Days of your 90 Days to Fitness and Weight Loss and you have a brand new schedule and new, very challenging workouts to try. You'll really burn the calories this week while building strength, endurance and flexibility.

The 10-Minute Workout That Burns More Calories
If you've got 10 minutes, you can get a great workout right in your living room with this 10-minute home circuit workout. Burn more calories in less time.

90 Days to Fitness and Weight Loss - Week 8 Workouts
It's Week 8 of your 90 Days to Fitness and Weight Loss. This week you have some brand new workouts, a challenging superset strength workout and an even more challenging Tabata workout. Are you ready to take your body to the next level?

90 Days to Fitness and Weight Loss - Week 7 Workouts
It's Week 7 of your 90 Days to Fitness and Weight Loss. This week, we're upping the anti with a little more exercise time and some new cardio workouts. You should be feeling fit and fabulous.

90 Days to Fitness and Weight Loss - Week 4 Workouts
This is Week 4 of your 90-Day Fitness Program and you'll notice more small changes to your workouts. If you've made it, congratulations. You've done an incredible job. Keep going with the 90 day program.

90 Days to Fitness and Weight Loss - Week 6 Workouts
Welcome to Week 6 of your 90 Days to Fitness and Weight Loss. You have new strength workouts, a little more cardio and a great core and stretch workout.

90 Days to Fitness and Weight Loss - Week 2 Workouts
This is Week 2 of your 90-Day Fitness Program with some simple progressions that include more activity and one extra set of your weight training exercises. You're on your way!

90 Days to Fitness and Weight Loss - Week 3 Workouts
This is Week 3 of your 90-Day Fitness Program with some simple progressions that include a little more cardio, another set of strength training and a little extra activity.

Corpse Pose
If you really need to fall apart from too much stress, this should be your go-to exercise for complete and utter relaxation. It's time for the corpse pose.

Seated Chest Stretch with the Ball
This seated chest stretch is one of the best ways to open up through the chest and shoulders after a long, stressful day.

Inner Thigh Stretch on the Ball
This dynamic inner thigh stretch will help loosing up those legs, leaving you feeling more relaxed and less stressed. Get detailed instructions for this inner thigh stretch on the ball.

Hip Stretch on the Ball
This hip stretch on the ball allows you to gently stretch the hips and glutes. Get the details on how to do this hip stretch on the ball.

Spinal Twist
The spinal twist is the perfect way to de-stress the entire body, with a focus on the glutes and lower back. Find out the best way to get the most out of this exercise.

Total Body Ball Roll
The total body ball roll focuses on stretching the hips, glutes and the hamstrings with a relaxing, dynamic movement.

Seated Ball Circles
Seated ball circles work to loosen up the lower back and hips while also working the core. Get detailed instructions for how to do relaxing seated ball circles.

Ball Back Stretch
If you're back is tight, there's no doubt you're feeling stressed. This ball back stretch is perfect for stretching that lower back, leaving you feeling relaxed and refreshed. Find out how.

Medicine Ball Knee Rolls
These Medicine Ball Knee Rolls are one of my favorites for the lower back, almost like a lower back massage. Perfect for de-stressing! Find out how.

Side to Side Lunges with the Ball
There's nothing better for getting the blood flowing and reducing stress than these simple side to side lunges. The ball lets you stretch deep into the muscles for a total body stretch.

90 Days to Fitness and Weight Loss - Week 1 Workouts
Ease into weight loss with simple, straightforward workouts during your Week 1 of this 90-Day Fitness and Weight Loss Program. You'll get a complete schedule with cardio and strength workouts.

Best Body Weight Exercises
If you don't have equipment, you can still get a great workout with body weight exercises. Learn about the best body weight exercises and how to turn them into an effective, calorie-burning workout.

Best Home Cardio Exercises
Exercising at home is a great idea, but how do you get an effective cardio workout if you don't have much equipment? Find out the best home cardio exercises to help you get fit.

Best Ways to Exercise at Home: Body Weight Exercise
You don't need any equipment to get a great workout at home. Find out how you can use body weight exercises to set up an effective home exercise workout.

Exercise at Home: Exercise Videos
Exercise videos offer an inexpensive way to workout in the comfort of your own home. Find out how to find the right exercise videos for your home workouts.

Exercise at Home: Online Workouts and Resources
Your computer can be a great resource for exercising at home. Find out the best places to get online workouts, streaming exercise videos and more for exercising at home.

Exercise at Home: Exergames
Exergames like Wii Fit, EA Sports and Everybody Dance are great for getting you off the couch and keeping you more active at home. Find out more about exercising at home with exergames.

Exercise at Home: iPad, iPhone and Smartphone Fitness Apps
Smartphone and iPad fitness apps can make exercising at home more fun and more effective. Find out how you can use fitness apps, music and more to spice up your home workouts.

Deadlift to Overhead Press with Lunge
This move combines a deadlift with an overhead press and a reverse lunge, targeting the hips, glutes, thighs, shoulders and even the heart rate. Excellent total body exercise.

Dumbbell Circles for the Core and Upper Body
Dumbbell Circles are an excellent compound exercise for working the core and the upper body. Get pictures and instructions for how to do a dumbbell circle.

Squat and Curl with Rotating Press
The Squat and Curl with a Rotating Press targets multiple muscles, including the glutes, hips, thighs and the biceps and shoulders. Get pictures and descriptions for how to do the Squat and Curl with a Rotating Press.

Sliding Burpees on a Step
The sliding burpee using a step is a total body exercise that targets the lower body, core and cardio all at the same time. Get the details on how to do a sliding burpee on a step.

One Leg Sliding Burpee on a Step
The One Leg Sliding Burpee is a great modification for working the lower body, core and cardio in one total body exercise. Get pictures and descriptions for doing a one leg sliding burpee on a step.

Burpee Squat for a Total Body Compound Exercise
The Burpee Squat is an explosive, challenging total body compound exercise that's perfect for burning calories. Get pictures and instructions for how to do a Burpee Squat.

Lunge Rows for the Glutes, Hips Thighs and Back
Low Lunges with Rows are the perfect combination exercise for working a variety of muscles - the glutes, hips, thighs and the back. Get pics and instructions for the low lunge with rows.

Side Lunging Deadlift with Rows
Side lunge deadlifts with rows are great for the glutes, hips and thighs. Get instructions for how to do this move for a strong, shapely behind.

Side Squat with Arnold Press
The Side Squat with an Arnold Press is an intense total body exercise that will work everything - Your lower body, upper body and your heart.

One Legged Deadlift With Leg Extension and Overhead Press
This challenging, whole body exercise involves doing a one-legged deadlift with a leg extension and an overhead press, targeting the glutes, quads, hamstrings, shoulders and core. Get pictures and descriptions for how to do a One Legged Deadlift with Leg Extension and Overhead Press.

One Legged Deadlift With Leg Extension and Overhead Press
This challenging, whole body exercise involves doing a one-legged deadlift with a leg extension and an overhead press, targeting the glutes, quads, hamstrings, shoulders and core. Get pictures and descriptions for how to do a One Legged Deadlift with Leg Extension and Overhead Press.

How to Burn More Fat With Exercise
If your goal is burning more fat, there are a variety of activities that will help you reach your goals. Find out how you can burn fat with exercise, weight training, running, walking, yoga and Pilates.

Standing Side Crunch - Step by Step
Standing Side Crunches are a great option for working the abs, particularly the obliques, from a standing position. Get pictures and instructions for how to do the standing side crunch.

Horizontal Wood Chops
Horizontal wood chops work the obliques in a challenging, functional movement. Get pictures and instructions for how to do a horizontal wood chop using a resistance band.

Medicine Ball Rotations with Static Lunges - Step by Step
Medicine Ball Rotations with Static Lunges work the abs, back and the lower body with a slow, controlled and challenging movement. Get pictures and instructions for the medicine ball rotation with static lunges.

Standing Crossover Crunch - Step by Step
Standing Crossover Crunches are great for working the abs and back from a stranding position. Get pictures and instructions for how to do a standing crossover crunch.

Side Bends with a Medicine Ball - Step by Step
Side Bends with a Medicine Ball are great for working the abs, back and core from a standing position. Get pictures and instructions for how to do a side bend with a medicine ball.

Medicine Ball Circles for the Abs - Step by Step
Medicine ball circles are an excellent standing ab exercise that also works the entire body, making it a great dynamic warm up movement. Get pictures and instructions for how to do medicine ball circles.

Toe Taps for the Abs
Toe taps require you to brace the core while moving the legs, a great way to strengthen the abs. Get pictures and instructions for toe taps.

Cardiovascular Fitness Defined - Testing Your Fitness
How fit are you? One measure involves your cardiovascular fitness, or how much endurance you have when doing cardio activities. Get the details on cardiovascular fitness and how you can improve yours.

How to Progress Your Exercises and Workouts
The only way to change your body is to challenge it with new and interesting exercises. Find out about simple ways you can progress your exercises to change your body.

Toe Taps to the BOSU
Toe taps to the BOSU are fabulous for getting the heart rate up and burning calories. Get the scoop on toe taps for a great cardio exercise.

Avoid the Freshman 15
Learn how to avoid the freshman 15 weight gain with this How To from your Exercise Guide at About.com

Modified Renegade Rows
Modified renegade rows let you build a strong core while working the lat muscles in an easier version than traditional renegade rows. Find out how to do it right.

Renegade Row
Renegade rows are an advanced move that targets your core and your lats all at the same time. Get pictures and instructions for how to do a renegade row.

Bridge Exercise for the Lower Back
The bridge exercise is a gentle exercise and perfect for strengthening the lower back, hamstrings and the glutes. Get detailed instructions for how to do a bridge exercise.

Burpee with a Renegade Row
The Burpee With a Renegade Row combines upper and lower body in one complete exercises. Get pictures and instructions for how to do a burpee with a renegade row.

Seated Alternating Resistance Band Rows
This resistance band row involves alternating from side to side to engage the core as well as the lats and lower back. Get pictures and descriptions for how to do a seated alternating resistance band row.

Pivot Squat and Curl with a Gliding Disc
This Pivot Squat and Curl is the perfect exercise to work both the upper and lower body using a Gliding Disc or a paper plate. Get instructions and pictures for how to do a pivot squat and curl.

Squat with an Overhead Press
The Squat with an Overhead Press is one of the best combination exercises out there, working the buns, hips and thighs as well as the shoulders. Learn how to do it right.

Side Lunge with Upright Row
This exercise combines a side lunge with an upright for for a functional, effective whole body exercise. Get instructions and pictures for how to do a side lunge with an upright row.

Side Squat to Arnold Press
Side squats with an arnold press are perfect for sculpting the shoulders while working the lower body and raising the heart rate. This one's a total body extravaganza.

Beginning Exerciser - Level 2 Resources
If you have some basic knowledge of exercise but are confused about where to start, these resources will help you learn to set up a structured program with weight training, cardio and flexibility from your About Exercise Guide

Can You Really 'Tone' Your Body With Exercise?
Learn what toning really means and what you need to do to lose fat and see more definition in your body

Exercising on the Cheap
On a budget? Don't worry, you can still get a great workout without spending much money at all. Find creative ways to make your own weights or learn where to get the best deals.

Anatomy of a Workout Step 1 - Getting Prepared
Most of us have a general idea of how to exercise, but do you know the different components of a workout? Learn more about each stage of your workout to help be more consistent with your exercise program.

Aging and Exercise - Combat the Effects of Aging with Exercise
There may not be a fountain of youth, but there is something you can do to combat the effects of aging. Learn how you can exercise to make aging a little easier.

Careers in Exercise and Fitness: Beyond Personal Training
The exercise field is full of opportunities for careers. Learn what you can do beyond the usual personal training and fitness instructor.

Why a Personal Trainer May Be Right for You
What you need to know about choosing a personal trainer from your About Exercise Guide

Adaptation - Definition in Fitness
When you exercise and lift weights, your body adapts to what you're doing to grow stronger and fitter. Here's everything you need to know about adaptation and what to do about it.

Best Exercises for Weight Loss and Fitness
There are tons of great strength training exercises out there, but there are a few that should be a staple in any strength program. Learn about the 5 best exercises for total body strength, fitness and weight loss.

Exercise for Beginners - What to Wear
Check out the basics of what to wear when beginning an exercise program from our Exercise Guide.

Choosing And Using An Exercise Ball
If you're not using an exercise ball in your workouts, there's just something wrong. Okay, you don't HAVE to use one, but I highly recommend it for core strength and stability training.

Exercise Bulimia, the New Eating Disorder
Compulsive exercise or exercise bulimia is a new kind of eating disorder. Get the basics of exercise bulimia and what you can do about it.

Best iPhone / iPod Touch Exercise, Fitness Apps
Your iPhone can be your best friend if you're trying to exercise and lose weight. Check out the 10 best health and fitness apps to use for your workouts and weight loss goals.

Avoid Weight Gain After the Wedding
Gaining weight after the wedding is a common problem for many couples. Find out how you can avoid weight gain after the wedding.

Bridge with Leg Drops
The bridge is a decent enough exercise for a body weight move, but adding a leg drop will really challenge your core.

10-Minute Body Weight Circuit Workout
You don't need any equipment or a lot of time to get a great workout. This advanced 10-minute body weight workout will blast calories with no equipment needed.

Squats and Squat Jumps
Squat jumps are a great plyometric exercise to work the lower body while building power and strength in the legs. You'll really get your heart rate up with these.

Lunges and Plyo Lunges
Plyo lunges are a powerful exercise working every muscle in the lower body. You'll get your heart rate up and burn more calories, no equipment needed.

Bear Crawls with Pushups
Bear crawls are a killer total body exercise with no equipment needed. You'll work your chest, shoulders, arms, legs and your heart all while burning mega-calories.

One Leg Deadlift to Power Hop
If you want a killer lower body exercise, combine a one-legged deadlift with a hop on the same leg. You'll really feel the burn, no weights needed.

Wall Sit with Knee Lifts
Want to work your legs without any equipment? Try holding a wall sit while lifting each leg off the ground. You'll build strength and endurance while burning calories.

Dips with Leg Extensions
If you want the perfect combination exercise with no equipment needed, try this dip with a leg extension. You'll work the triceps, the core and the lower body.

Burpees
If you want a full body strength/cardio exercise with no weights necessary, look no further than burpees. 'Nuff said.

Triceps Pushups with Side Planks
Add a little intensity to your body weight workout with triceps pushups and side planks. You'll work every muscle in the body while burning calories and building strength.

Best Home Strength Training Equipment
You don't need much exercise equipment to get a great workout in your home gym. Find out the best strength training equipment for your home gym.

Budget Elliptical Trainers
If you want a great cardio workout for weight loss or just to get in shape, you'll love an elliptical trainer. You'll get a low impact workout, so your joints are protected, and it's great cross-training for other high impact activities like running or aerobics.

Fitness Gifts for Travelers
If you travel, you may find it difficult to exercise. Having the right equipment can make it easier to squeeze in exercise no matter where you are. Check out the best equipment to take with you on your next trip or even to the gym for cardio, strength training and even a little yoga.

Gear to Help You Build a Strong, Stable Core
How's your core strength, balance and stability? If you're not sure, then you probably need to work on them. You don't NEED equipment to do this, but there are some great tools for helping you build a strong, firm core.

Workout Music Resources
We all need something to keep us going during exercise, especially in the gym. These are some of my favorite resources for workout music.

Best Ab Equipment and Gear for a Strong, Fit Core
Want a strong, fit core? You don't really need special equipment, but there are some pieces of gear out there that can help you get the most out of your core workouts.

Fitness and Exercise-Related Gift Ideas
Finding the perfect gift for your loved one can be difficult, but if you've got some active people in your life, you'll like these exercise, health and fitness gift ideas.

How to Eat and Exercise to Gain Muscle
If you want to gain muscle, you may have trouble fighting your genetic makeup but, there is something you can do about it.

Standing Ab Workout - - Work Your Abs Without Getting on the Floor
You don't have to get on the floor to work your abs. This Standing Abs Workout works every muscle in your abs, back and core, all while standing up.

Fit Fact: Women Have a Different Heart Rate Response to Exercise
It's taken the medical and fitness world some time to figure out that women aren't just small men (and if they'd just read

RQOW: Getting up from the floor
One of my readers wants to know: What muscles do you strengthen to make it easier to get up and down from the floor? It's interesting that this person asked

Is 30 Minutes of Exercise a Day Enough?
In Monday's blog post, I asked readers to comment on how much time they spend exercising each day. Most voted for about an hour, which is what the exercise

What's the Best Fat Burning Exercise?
What's the best fat burning exercise? This is a question I get a lot

How Do I Tone Up My Triceps? - Q&A and Tips
If you have extra fat around the triceps (otherwise known as 'batwings' and other descriptive terms), you may wonder how to tone up and get rid of that fat. Get the facts about toning the triceps.

Exercise - How to Do Back Extensions
The back extension is a classic exercise and perfect for strengthening and working the lower back. Get detailed instructions as well as pictures for how to do a back extension for the lower back. Page 10.

Barbell Rows
The barbell row is a great exercise for all the muscles of the lower back. Get pictures and detailed instructions for the proper way to do barbell rows from your About Exercise Guide.

Back Exercises- Lat Pulldowns with a Resistance Band
The lat pulldown with a resistance band targets the muscles of the lats, or the large muscles on either side of the back. Get pictures and descriptions of the lag pulldown with a resistance band. Page 8.

Strength Exercises for the Back - Barbell High Rows
Barbell high rows work the muscles of the upper back and allow you to use heavier weights while also targeting the abs and lower back. Get detailed instructions and pictures for Barbell High Rows from your About Exercise Guide.

One Arm Row
The one arm row is a classic strength training move for the lats. It also involves the biceps for a great compound movement.

Dumbbell Rows - Exercises for Your Back
Dumbbell rows target the lat muscles, the largest muscles in the back. This is an excellent comppound exercise and a great part of an overall strength workout. Get pictures and detailed instructions for how to do dumbbell rows from your About Exercise Guide. Page 6.

Alternating Dumbbell Rows
Alternating Dumbbell Rows work the large muscles of the back as well as the arms with the abs acting as stabilizers.

Barbell Pullovers for the Back
Get pictures and descriptions of how to do a barbell pullover for the back muscles from your About Exercise Guide.

14 Exercises to Strengthen Your Back and Core
These strength exercises target the muscles of the back, including dumbbell pullovers, dumbbell rows and back extensions. Includes pictures and detailed instructions.

Maximum Heart Rate - Definition of Exercise Terms
Maximum heart rate is a number used to help calculate your target heart rate zone. Get the basic definition of maximum heart rate (MHR)

Why Warming Up Is So Important Before You Exercise
Do you ever skip your warm-up? Warming up is crucial for keeping your body safe from injury and for getting your body ready for more strenuous activities.

Should You Do Cardio Before Strength Training?
Should you do cardio before strength training or after? If your goal is to lose weight, you can maximize your calorie burn by doing cardio first.

Is One Set Better Than Multiple Sets in Exercise?
Is one set better than multiple sets? Get the scoop on the one set vs. multiple set workouts and find out the best one to fit your fitness level and goals.

How Cardio Exercise Can Help You Lose Weight
Cardio exercise is a must if your goal is weight loss. Learn how cardio helps you lose weight and get the basics for how to set up your own cardio routine for weight loss.

High Intensity Circuit Training (HICT) Definition
High Intensity Circuit Training or HICT is a method of training that involves whole body cardio and strength exercises designed to help you lose weight and get fit. Find out what high intensity circuit training is and how to create your own workouts.

When Will I Start Losing Weight?
When you start a weight loss program, there are five important questions you want answers to. Find out how answering these weight loss questions can help you succeed at weight loss.

Benefits of Cardio Exercise
Learn about cardio exercise and the benefits of cardio exercise from your About Exercise Guide

When Weighing Yourself Doesn't Help With Weight Loss
Is the scale helping you lose weight? If it isn't, it may be time to ditch the scale and use other methods of tracking your weight loss success. Learn about the reasons you might want to ditch the scale.

How To Lose Weight and Keep it Off
Weight loss seems easy but, if it were, none of us would have a weight problem. Get the basics for how to calculate your BMR and activity calories while finding ways to change your diet for steady, lasting weight loss.

Avoid Weekend Warrior Syndrome to Avoid Exercise Injury
How to avoid weekend warrior syndrome to avoid exercise injury.

Ease Into Exercise to Avoid Injury
Easing into your exercise routine can help you build the strength and endurance for harder workouts. Learn how to ease into exercise while still getting results.

Focus on Form to Avoid Exercise Injury
Using good form can help you avoid an exercise injury. Learn how you can position your body for effective workouts without injury.

Hire a Personal Trainer to Avoid Exercise Injury
Working with a personal trainer or other professional can give you the guidance you need for an injury-free workout routine.

Stay Fueled and Hydrated to Avoid Exercise Injury
Staying fueled and hydrated can improve your performance and help you avoid injury when you're exercising.

Know When To Rest to Avoid Exercise Injury
Knowing when to rest or back off can help you avoid exercise injury.

Change Your Workouts Regularly to Avoid Exercise Injury
Changing your workouts on a regular basis can help you avoid overuse injuries and keep your body strong and fit.

Listen to Your Body, Not Your Ego to Avoid Exercise Injury
Listening to your body instead of competing with others can help you avoid exercise injury.

Warm Up to Avoid Exercise Injury
Warming up your body makes your muscles more flexible and pliable, keeping your body safe from injury.

Top MP3 and Music Players for Working Out
Music is an essential element of your workouts, but which one is best. I've got a list of my favorite MP3 players to make your workouts more fun and effective.

20 Great Exercises to Work Your Shoulders
If you want to work your shoulders, you'll need lots of variety. I have 20 great exercises that target each part of the shoulders, the front, rear and middle deltoids.

20 Great Exercises to Work Your Shoulders
If you want to work your shoulders, you'll need lots of variety. I have 20 great exercises that target each part of the shoulders, the front, rear and middle deltoids.

Five Weight Loss Dilemmas - Gaining weight and staying motivated
How to deal with weight loss and dieting dilemmas from your About.com Exercise Guide. Page 2.

Want Flat Abs? Find Out Why It's So Hard
Is it possible to get flat abs? Get the facts about what it takes to get six-pack abs and finally decide if this is really the right goal for you.

Stationary Bike Workout for Beginners
This stationary bike workout for beginners is a great way to get started with cardio exercise. Vary your speed or resistance for a 20 minute session.

Target Heart Rate Training Zones - Definition
Working in your target heart rate zone is important for losing weight and getting fit. Learn about target heart rate zones and what each zone means for your cardio exercise workouts.

The Psychology of Exercise
What motivates us to exercise? That's a question a lot of non-exercisers wonder about and you may be surprised by what researchers have found about what makes exercisers tick.

Is High Impact Exercise Right for You?
Do you know what high impact exercise is and is it good for you? Like everything, there are pros and cons to high impact exercise. Find out what it is and if it's right for you.

Exercise: How to Build Core Strength
The torso is the body's center of power - its core - so the stronger you are in that area, the easier your daily activities will be.

What's Your BMI and What Does it Mean?
Your BMI is one way to measure your health and weight. Here's how to calculate your BMI, how to use that number and some cautions about relying on BMI.

Everything You Need to Know to Build A Back Workout
The back can be your best body part if you know how to build a proper workout. Find out how to determine exercises, sets, and rep to achieve your goals.

Your Butt Workout
Exercise your butt with this workout that targets your derriere. You will perform assisted squats, deadlifts, lunges and outer thigh exercises.

Your Best Butt - Working the Glutes, Hips and Thighs
If you want your best butt, you'll want to target all of the muscle fibers that make up your glutes. Learn all about your glute muscles and the best way to work them.

Corpse Pose
Want to make like a corpse? The corpse yoga pose is one of the most relaxing exercises you'll do all day long. Make the most of it.

Bridge
The bridge is another great back exercise that also targets the glutes and hamstrings. You don't need to lift the hips to high here to work your lower back.

Knees to Chest
Stretch your back even more now by bringing the knees to the chest and even rocking back and forth to work out any kinks in your back.

Sun Salutations
Sun salutations are one of the most energizing and soothing yoga poses, taking you through a series of simple movements aligned with the breath.

Side Plank
Really work your core and obliques by turning over and moving into a side plank. If this is too challenging, try dropping a knee down to the floor for more support.

Thread the Needle
The thread the needle exercise brings a little more rotation to your workout, allowing a deep, relaxing stretch through the shoulders.

Side Child's Pose
There's nothing more relaxing than the side child's pose, breathing deeply as you stretch through each side of your back.

Plank
Start to work on your core strength by moving into the plank exercise, the perfect move for your abs, back and stabilizer muscles.

Cat Stretch
The next yogalates exercise involves the cat stretch, a deep, relaxing stretch that helps you open up through the chest, abs and back.

Pelvic Tilt
Begin your relaxing yogalates workout with pelvic tilts, a great way to loosen up the lower back, breathe deeply and relax.

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Yoga Workout on the Exercise Ball
Try this unique yoga workout using an exercise ball for support. The 16 poses are performed in sequence, aimed at improving balance and flexibility.

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Why You Give Up on Exercise and What to Do About It
It's easy to start an exercise program. Know what's even easier? Giving it up if you find you're not losing weight or if you get bored. Find out why you give up on exercise and what you can do about it.

Why Is My Butt Getting Bigger From Exercise?
Is your butt getting bigger after you started exercising? That isn't entirely uncommon. Learn the reasons your butt is getting bigger and what to do about it.

Get Your Metabolism Going with This Whole Body Fat Burning Circuit
This challenging whole body circuit targets all the muscles in the body, builds and endurance and burns calories in less time. Get your metabolism going with this whole body workout.

What's Your Body Image? Are you punishing yourself for being imperfect?
Do you mentally kick yourself for not having the perfect body? Exercise can certainly change our bodies, but it can't fix everything. Learn how to improve your body image and stop trying to be perfect.

Weight Loss Calculators Are Not Always Accurate - Why the Numbers Sometimes Lie
Weight loss calculators for things like BMI, BMR and target heart rate aren't always accurate, which may hinder your weight loss. Learn more about weight loss calculators and how you can use them to reach your goals.

Losing Weight Makes Weight Loss Harder - Why Your Body Burns Fewer Calories After Weight Loss
Losing weight can actually make weight loss more challenging. Learn the adjustments you can make as you lose weight to keep seeing results.

Weight Loss Does Not Have to Be Your Primary Goal
Weight Loss doesn't have to be your primary goal. Learn how setting other goals can bring more success.

Abduction - Definition in Strength Training
Do you have enough abduction exercises in your workout? Do you know why you should care? If not, you'll learn all about abduction and why you should care.

What should I do if I'm not motivated to exercise?
We all have days when we don't feel motivated to exercise. Do you force yourself to workout anyway and risk being miserable or do you take a day off and risk feeling guilty or worse, getting off track with your routine? There's no right answer here, but you do have some options for getting through those days when motivation is hard to come by.

What to Put In Your Gym Bag - What to Bring to the Gym
Getting in a workout? There are some essentials you need in your gym bag to get the best workout you can. Here's what you should have in your gym bag, whether you're working at at home, on the road or at the gym.

Resting Heart Rate
Do you know your resting heart rate? If not, you should. It can tell you a lot about your fitness and health. Here's everything you need to know about finding your RHR.

The Definition of High Intensity Exercise
High intensity exercise is one of the best ways to burn calories, increase your endurance and help you lose weight. Find out hard should you work.

What Are the Agonist Muscles?
What are your agonist muscles? No, they're not in agony, but they're very important when it comes to strength training. Get the scoop on your agonist muscles and how to work them.

Weight Loss - Overview
Links to basics about weight loss, how exercise helps you lose weight and tips for getting results out of your exercise and weight loss program.

5 Ways to Stop Hating Your Body
Hating our bodies is almost second nature these days, but that constant feeling of failure can eat away at your confidence and self-esteem. Learn 5 ways to stop hating your body.

5 Ways to Stick With Your Exercise Goals
If you find it hard to stick to your exercise goals for the long term, you'll find these mental tricks can help you more staying power when it comes to exercise.

Weight Loss Sabotage - How the Holidays Can Sabotage Your Weight Loss
When you're trying to lose weight, there may be people or situations in your life that can sabotage your weight loss goals. Learn what you can do to avoid weight loss sabotage.

Weight Loss Sabotage - How the Office Can Sabotage Your Weight Loss
When you're trying to lose weight, there may be people or situations in your life that can sabotage your weight loss goals. Learn what you can do to avoid weight loss sabotage.

Ways to Hurt Yourself at the Gym - How to Avoid Injury
Are you risking an injury at the gym? You might be if you're doing any of these 7 Ways to Hurt Yourself at the Gym. Find out how to stay safe and get the most out of your workouts.

5 Ways to Add Intensity to Your Workouts
Adding intensity to your workout is a sure way to burn more calories and lose weight. Interval training is one of the best ways to do that and you have tons of options.

Add Intensity by Lifting Heavier Weights
Learn how to add intensity and burn more calories by lifting heavier weights during your strength training workouts.

Walking Fit and Fabulous by Debra Mazda's ShapelyGirl Fitness DVD Review
Debra Mazda's ShapelyGirl Fitness DVDs are for women of all sizes and her Walking Fit and Fabulous offers a cardio workout for weight loss and health.

No More Crunches - Yoga & Pilates for Abs
Sick of crunches? Yoga and Pilates offer a different way to work your core while building strength, endurance, balance and flexibility. Here's how to work your abs.

Upper Body Strength
This advanced upper body workout works every muscle in the upper body using a barbell and dumbbells and classic exercises that help you build strength and endurance.

Upper Body - Strength and Endurance Challenge
This Upper Body Strength and Endurance Challenge hits all the muscles in your upper body with classic and unique exercises. You'll work the chest, back, shoulders and arms with this fast-paced superset workout.

Upper Body - Strength and Endurance Challenge
This Upper Body Strength and Endurance Challenge hits all the muscles in your upper body with classic and unique exercises. You'll work the chest, back, shoulders and arms with this fast-paced superset workout.

Upper Body Strength
This advanced upper body workout works every muscle in the upper body using a barbell and dumbbells and classic exercises that help you build strength and endurance.

Upper Body Superset Workout
Try this superset upper body workout to tone the chest, back, shoulders and arms. Each set includes two exercises targeting that muscle group.

Understanding Why Your Weight Loss Plateaus
We all hit a weight loss plateau at one time or another. Just your body's way of saying: 'Fooled ya!' The body is designed to hold on to weight. Find out how to get past it.

Weight Loss Plateaus Problem and Solutions
Understand why your body plateaus and how to keep seeing results from your About.com Exercise Guide. Page 2.

Everything You Need to Know About Metabolic Conditioning
You may hear the phrase metabolic conditioning to describe a number of high intensity interval-type workouts. Find out what metabolic conditioning means and if you should try it.

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Morning & Evening Yoga
Wake up refreshed or relax before bed with this simple, soothing Morning & Evening Yoga Workout. Perfect for reducing stress and feeling good.

Tricep Pushups and Other Tricep Exercises
These exercises target the muscles of the triceps in the back of the arms. Includes pictures and detailed instructions.

Check out My Review of the Mira Fitness Bracelet and Activity Tracker
The Mira Fitness Bracelet and Activity Tracker is one of the newest activity trackers on the block, but is it all it's cracked up to be? One thing for sure - It's pretty!

Triceps Exercises - A Huge Variety of Exercises for Your Tri's
If you want strong, toned triceps, I have 17 great exercises that will work all three heads of your triceps. Get out your dumbbells, bands and barbells and work your tris.

Triceps Exercises - A Huge Variety of Exercises for Your Tri's
If you want strong, toned triceps, I have 17 great exercises that will work all three heads of your triceps. Get out your dumbbells, bands and barbells and work your tris.

Incline Treadmill Workout for Weight Loss (35 Minutes)
Is your treadmill become your 'dreadmill?' This 35-minute boredom buster workout will have you changing your speeds and inclines for a killer workout that flies by.

Triceps Extensions and Triceps Dips
Your Triceps superset is a doozy, combining a tough triceps extension along with a triceps dip. These moves will hit every head of your triceps for an intense workout.

Dumbbell Rows and Pullovers
Combining dumbbells rows with pullovers into a superset really challenges the muscles of your back with a focus on the lat muscles.

Overhead Presses and Lateral Raises
Combining an Arnold Press with a Lateral Raise will challenge all of the muscles of the shoulders with a focus on the front and middle deltoid.

Hammer Curls and Reverse Curls
If you really want to fry your biceps, try this superset that combines hammer curls along with reverse curls. You'll really feel these in your forearms.

Deadlifts and Bent Knee Deadlifts
Your next superset combines a straight-leg deadlift followed by a bent knee deadlift, which will target every muscle in the back body including the glutes, hamstrings and lower back.

Pushups and Chest Presses
Your chest superset combines two classics, a pushup on the ball and a chest press on the ball for an intense chest extravaganza.

Total Body Superset Blast
This Total Body Superset Blast is the perfect total body strength training routine to hit all your muscles in this fast-paced, intense workout. It flies by, so let's get started.

Total Body Superset Blast
This Total Body Superset Blast is the perfect total body strength training routine to hit all your muscles in this fast-paced, intense workout. It flies by, so let's get started.

Total Body Superset Workout
This Total Body Superset Workout is super challenging and super time efficient, working your entire body with double exercises for each muscle group.

Superset 1: Squats and One-Legged Squats
Your first superset will really challenge the lower body with a dumbbell squat, paired with an intense one-legged squat.

Total Body Stretching Routine with Resistance Bands
This Total Stretch with Resistance Bands helps you improve flexibility with support from the bands. Enjoy this routine at home or at the gym.

Triceps Kickbacks
In this Push Workout, push your triceps to the limit with triceps kickbacks, the perfect 'push' exercise for working the back of the arms.

One-Arm Triceps Pushups
In this Push Workout, one-arm triceps pushups are probably one of the toughest exercises you can do for your triceps.

Front Raises
In this Push Workout, front raises are the perfect 'push' exercise for targeting the front of the shoulders.

Advanced Leg Extensions on the Ball
In this Push Workout, give your quads some love with this advanced exercise of leg extensions on an exercise ball.

Outer Thigh Leg Lift
In this Push Workout, outer thigh leg lifts work the muscles of the glutes and hips. Adding the exercise ball requires more core strength and involves the stability muscles.

Pushups
In this Push Workout, pushups are the obvious exercise for working the chest, shoulders and triceps as you lower down and push your way up from the floor.

Chest Presses on the Ball
In this Push Workout, chest presses offer a classic way to work the large muscles of the chest. Try the Pull Workout on a different day to target opposing muscles.

Overhead Press
In this Push Workout, the overhead press is the perfect 'push' move to work the major muscles of the shoulders.

Squats
Squats are the perfect 'Push' exercise for working the glutes, hips and thighs. Split this Push Workout with the Pull Workout to work opposing muscles.

Reverse Lunges
In this Push Workout, lunges are perfect for working almost every muscle in the lower body as you push up from the floor.

Total Body Push Workout
This Total Body Push workout focuses on the quads, outer thighs, chest, shoulders and triceps with classic strength training exercises. All you need are some dumbbells.

Total Body Challenge - Supersets
Want a fast paced, total body workout? This Total Body Superset Challenge is the perfect workout for you. 5 Supersets that include 4 exercises will have you working while you build lean muscle tissue.

Total Body Challenge - Supersets
Want a fast paced, total body workout? This Total Body Superset Challenge is the perfect workout for you. 5 Supersets that include 4 exercises will have you working while you build lean muscle tissue.

How Exercise Can Improve Your Waistline and Your Health
What if there was something that would help you lose weight, make you smarter, improve your sex life, give you more energy and more? Exercise is it.

Lunchtime Workouts to Keep You Fit Midday
Lunchtime workouts are a great idea if you're short on time and need to squeeze in a quick workout. Find out easy ways to exercise on your lunch hour.

Curtsy Lunge
The curtsy lunge is perfect for working the glutes of the front leg with an unusual variation. Just make sure you don't hurt your knees with this one. Find out the right way to curtsy lunge.

Lunges With a Resistance Band
Adding a resistance band to your lunges can add intensity in a whole new way. Get pictures and detailed instructions for how to do a lunge with a resistance band.

Lunge with a Side Reach
Tired of boring old lunges? Add this challenging move to regular lunges to target balance, stability, core and really fire the glutes.

Crossover Lunges with Rotation
Crossover lunges are excellent for working the glutes as well as the core. Get pictures and instructions for how to do a crossover lunge with a rotation.

Curtsy Lunge with a Dumbbell Swing
Adding a dumbbell swing to the curtsy lunge will not only raise your heart rate, it will turn a traditional curtsy lunge into a total body exercise. Learn how to do it right.

Sliding Curtsy Lunge
If you're bored with the same old lunges, get a total glute experience with this sliding curtsy lunge. By rotating a full 180 degrees, you'll hit every muscle in the lower body.

Side Lunge with Kettlebell Lift
Make your side lunges a little more dynamic by adding a kettlebell lift. This will really challenge the glutes while increasing intensity and involving the upper body.

Split Squat with Rotation
Make your lunges extra challenging by adding this full body rotation while balance on the BOSU. This is great for the glutes and core.

Lunges for the Hips, Glutes and Thighs - Sliding Lunges
Sliding lunges work the lower body in different ways than traditional lunges. Learn the details of how to do sliding lunges to work the hips, glutes and thighs.

Lunges for the Hips, Glutes and Thighs - Sliding Side Lunges
Learn interesting ways to do lunges by doing sliding side lunges to target the glutes and the inner thighs.

Lower Body Progression - Beginner to Advanced Exercises
Boost your lower body workout. This chart shows you how to progress from beginner to intermediate and then to advanced lower body exercises.

Lower Body Strength, Stability and Flexibility Workout
Working on balance and stability is important at any age and this Lower Body Strength, Stability and Flexibility Workout will keep you balanced and strong.

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Lower Body and Core Strength Workout
This lower body and core strength workout uses tri-sets to include a variety of exercises targeting the glutes, hips, thighs, abs and back.

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Lower Body Strength Workout
This lower body strength workout targets the hips, glutes and thighs, It's an intermediate-level routine to repeat one to three times in a session.

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Lower Body Workout for Opposing Muscle Groups
Work your lower body faster with opposing muscle groups. Use these five pairs of moves to get a great workout to tone the thighs and butt.

Lower Body Superset Workout
If you want an intense, fast-paced workout for your lower body, this Lower Body Superset Workout is for you. You alternate exercises for 5 supersets that will target all the muscles in your glutes, hips and thighs.

Lower Back Strength and Stretch -Keep Your Lower Back Strong
Your lower back needs some love. Try this Lower Back Strength and Stretch Workout to get a strong and flexible lower back.

Dr. Phil's Ultimate Weight Loss Solution
Is Dr. Phil's Ultimate Challenge right for you? Any program can work for you if it fits with your goals and lifestyle. Get the scoop on the weight loss challenge.

Thermic Effect of Food
Learn the definition of the thermic effect of food, how that contributes to your overall calorie burn each day and how your can increase your TEF.

The Skinny on Fat Burners for Weight Loss
Find out if fat burners really work from your About Exercise Guide

Keeping Exercise Simple - Tools and Tricks to Keep Things Simple
Exercise doesn't have to be complicated. Keep things simple by getting back to basics. Find out simple tools you need to exercise and how to exercise with simple, effective workouts.

Effective Cardio & Strength Workouts for Beginners
Learn the best way to keep your cardio and strength workouts simple with these tips and tricks. Exercise doesn't have to be complicated! Page 2.

Exercises That Will Help Strengthen Your Knees
If you have knee pain during exercise, strengthen the muscles that support the knee. Try these exercises to help strengthen your lower body.

Bent Over Squats with Leg Lifts
The bentover squat with a leg lift gets the job done on your hips, glutes and thighs with this compound exercise. This is perfect for when you want an intense exercise without the equipment.

Oblique Ab Sweeps
This killer core move focuses all your energy on the obliques, giving you an intense, effective ab workout with no equipment needed.

Staggered Pushups
Staggered pushups are a more intense version of regular pushups and a great way to add intensity when you're on the road.

Good Mornings
If you don't have much equipment, good mornings are a great way to work the hamstrings, glutes and lower back. Hold something overhead and you get even more of a challenge.

Pike Shoulder Pushups
If you want to work your shoulders on the road, try these killer pike shoulder pushups. You'll really work your delts with this one.

Rear Delt Flies
Even if you don't have equipment, you can still work your shoulders and upper back with these rear delt flies, no weights needed.

Triceps Dips
Triceps dips are an exercise you can do just about anywhere and are especially great when you're traveling with little space and no equipment.

Tiptoe Squats
Think you need weights to work your lower body? Think again with these tiptoe squats. You'll really feel the burn in your quads and calves.

Overhead Lunges
If you want to work your lower body on the road, try these overhead lunges. Holding a weight or weighted object overhead adds mega intensity.

The No Equipment Travel Workout
If you're on the road, you may not have access to your usual workout equipment. This total body workout targets all your muscle groups with no equipment needed.

Triceps One Armed Pushups
Triceps One Armed Pushups will really challenge your arms, even if you're on the road and don't have any equipment handy.

Jump Rope Circuit Workout - A Fun Workout to Burn More Calories
This Jump Rope Circuit Workout is fun and challenging, alternating a minute of a variety of jump roping techniques with total body strength exercises.

Jump Rope Circuit Workout - A Fun Workout to Burn More Calories
This Jump Rope Circuit Workout is fun and challenging, alternating a minute of a variety of jump roping techniques with total body strength exercises.

The Five Biggest Weight Loss Blunders
The Five Biggest Weight Loss Blunders from your About Exercise Guide

Is My Target Heart Rate Calculation Accurate?
If you're using a target heart rate calculator to determine your heart rate training zone, you may have noticed the numbers are a little off. Learn why these formulas aren't always accurate and how you can use your target heart rate calculations to come up with the perfect training zone for you.

Exercises to Help Build Lean Muscle in Your Shoulders
Great shoulders come from great genes and great workouts. Did you know that certain cardio exercises can help you build great shoulders? Find out the best cardio and strength exercises to work your shoulders.

Here's How to Take Control of Your Weight
The best way to lose weight is to start by taking control of your own choices. Learn how to take responsibility for your health and weight.

Standing Abs Workout - How To Work Your Abs Standing Up
You've spent a lot of years doing crunches for flat abs, but it's time to get off the floor and work your abs in a more functional way. Learn about standing ab exercises and how to incorporate them into your workouts.

Successful Weight Loss - Ingredients for Success
Successful weight loss may happen in your body, but it starts with your mind. Learn some important ingredients for success such as commitment, honesty, flexibility, consistency and more to reach your weight loss and fitness goals.

How to Set Exercise and Weight Loss Goals for Beginners
If you're a beginning exerciser, the most important first step is setting realistic goals. Get a step by step plan for setting your weight loss and exercise goals.

How to Measure Your Arms - Measurement Instructions
If you're tracking your weight loss progress, learn the proper way to measure your arms to find out if you're losing inches and fat.

How to Take Your Body Measurements
Taking your body measurements on a regular basis can tell you where you're losing inches. Losing inches means you're losing fat, a great way to track your weight loss progress. Find out the proper way to take your body measurements.

How to take Your Body Measurements
Taking your body measurements on a regular basis can tell you where you're losing inches. Losing inches means you're losing fat, a great way to track your weight loss progress. Find out the proper way to take your body measurements.

How to Measure Your Hips - Hip Measurement Instructions
If you're tracking your weight loss progress, learn the proper way to measure your hips to find out if you're losing inches and fat.

How to Measure Your Chest - Chest Measurement Instructions
If you're tracking your weight loss progress, learn the proper way to measure your chest to find out if you're losing inches and fat.

How to Measure Your Abdomen - Abdomen Measurement Instructions
If you're tracking your weight loss progress, learn the proper way to measure your abdomen to find out if you're losing inches and fat.

How to Measure Your Thighs - Measurement Instructions
If you're tracking your weight loss progress, learn the proper way to measure your thigh to find out if you're losing inches and fat. Page 6.

How to Measure Your Calves - Measurement Instructions
If you're tracking your weight loss progress, learn the proper way to measure your calf to find out if you're losing inches and fat.

Staying Fit During the Holidays
It's time for the holidays and that means we'll all be engaging in at least one exercise: Fork-to-mouth. It's possible to enjoy the holidays without gaining weight. Really!

Staying Committed to Exercise
Learn how to motivate yourself to stay committed to exercise for weight loss and health from your About Exercise Guide

Staying Committed to Exercise Checklist
Tips for staying committed to exercise. Page 2.

Cardio for Home Workouts - Plyo Jacks
Plyo Jacks, a slower more intense version of jumping jacks, are perfect for getting the heart rate up and building power in the hips, glutes and thighs. Get pictures and descriptions for how to do plyo jacks.

Modified Mountain Climbers - Use a raised platform to make it easier
Mountain climbers are a great cardio and core exercise and you can modify them by using a step or platform. Find out how to do modified mountain climbers to rock your body.

Cardio for Home Workouts - Speed Skaters
Speed skaters are great for getting the heart rate up, burning calories and working the outer thighs. Get pictures and instructions for speed skaters.

Cardio for Home Workouts - Jogging in Place
One of the simplest cardio exercises you can do at home is jogging in place. It's simple, effective and you can do it just about anywhere. Get pictures and instructions for how to jog in place.

Jumping Jacks with Resistance Band Lat Pulls
Adding a resistance band lat pull to jumping jacks adds more intensity and engages the upper body to help you burn even more calories. Learn how to do it right.

19 Effective Cardio Exercises for a Gym-Free Workout
No equipment or gym membership? No problem. These cardio exercises are perfect for high intensity home workouts. Get step by step instructions and pictures for 19 great home cardio exercises.

Cardio Exercises for Home Workouts - Burpees
Burpees are a challenging exercise that burns calories, increases intensity and works the entire body. Get pictures and descriptions of the squat thrust cardio exercise.

Cardio Exercises for Home Workouts - Mountain Climbers
Mountain climbers are a great way to burn calories, get the heart rate up and add intensity to your cardio workouts. Get pictures and descriptions of mountain climbers cardio exercise.

Cardio Exercises for Home Workouts - Squat Jumps
Squat jumps are a great way to burn calories, get the heart rate up and add intensity to your cardio workouts. Get pictures and descriptions of mountain climbers cardio exercise.

Cardio Exercises for Home Workouts - Jumping Jacks on the Step
Jumping jacks on the step are a great way to burn calories, get the heart rate up and add intensity to your cardio workouts. Get pictures and descriptions of mountain climbers cardio exercise.

Cardio Exercises for Home Workouts - Toe Taps with Jumps
Toe taps with jumps are a great way to burn calories, get the heart rate up and add intensity to your cardio workouts. Get pictures and descriptions of mountain climbers cardio exercise.

Cardio Exercises for Home Workouts - Side to Side Jumping Lunges
Side to side jumping lunges are a great way to burn calories, get the heart rate up and add intensity to your cardio workouts. Get pictures and descriptions of mountain climbers cardio exercise.

Cardio Exercises at Home - Prisoner Squat Jumps
Prisoner squat jumps are a great way to burn calories, get the heart rate up and add intensity to your cardio workouts. Get pictures and descriptions of mountain climbers cardio exercise. Page 8.

Step by Step Home Cardio Exercises - Long Jumps
Long jumps are a great way to burn calories, get the heart rate up and add intensity to your cardio workouts. This high impact exercise also works the legs and core. Get pictures and descriptions of long jumps cardio exercise.

Cardio for Home Workouts - Plyo Lunges
Plyo Lunges, a plyometric cardio exercise, is great for getting the heart rate up while building power and endurance in the hips, glutes and thighs. You don't need any equipment or special skills. Get instructions for how to do plyo lunges.