Don't neglect your warm-ups

Instead of diving straight into your workout, start with a dynamic warm-up to increase blood flow and loosen up your muscles.

Include cross-training in your routine

Incorporate various cardio activities into your routine, such as swimming, cycling, or rowing, to prevent boredom and work different muscle groups.

Use heart rate zone training

According to a 2019 study, monitoring your heart rate during cardio exercise can help ensure you're training in the proper heart rate zone and with enough intensity.

Make it fun

"Staying motivated while training can be hard for the average person,"

Enjoy the great outdoors

"Whether it's running, biking, or some other form of cardio, exercising outdoors can help you get more out of your workouts,"

Exercise with a partner or in a group

Working out with a friend or in a fitness class is a fantastic way to stay motivated and accountable.

Wear a heart rate monitor

"You can use a heart rate monitor to evaluate your heart rate during workouts to gauge intensity and ensure you're training within your target heart rate zone,"

Incorporate active recovery days

"Active recovery encourages blood flow through the muscles and joints, which will help your body repair faster,"

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