Best Cardio Workout For Beginner

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Hi, my name is not Dezer and I am 17 years old, I weigh 74KG as of now and I am trying to lose some weight b4 school reopens again in September, I was wondering was Cardio/Fat burning exercise routines I could do that is doable for a beginner. Any help is appreciated Thx
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If you haven't been doing cardio or any exercise for the past few months then easy yourself in with speed walking an hour daily? Or start jogging? There's a good running app called Zombie! Run which you could try.
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If you haven't been doing cardio or any exercise for the past few months then easy yourself in with speed walking an hour daily? Or start jogging? There's a good running app called Zombie! Run which you could try.
I have been jogging everyday for about 45 mins but I dunno I am looking for more intense workout as I feel the jogging isn't really helping out enough
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How tall are you? Also to lose weight you have to be in a caloric deficit.
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How tall are you? Also to lose weight you have to be in a caloric deficit.
My bad around 5"9 I think...and I know about calorie deficit I just need a good workout that won't kill my legs lol
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You can try quick walking at least 30 min a day. Or maybe jump rope, it's the berst cardio excercise. I personally prefer jogging.
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chloe ting or fitness blender i think are good for beginner workouts.
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Les Mills does some decent home workouts OP
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Skipping rope is the cheapest and best way for a beginner from my experience. I just follow some of the YouTube videos on what to do.
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