Making Cardio Workouts More Enjoyable

If you're like many people, cardio workouts are not exactly your idea of a good time.

Whether you choose to pedal away on the bike, go for a half an hour run on the treadmill or test your coordination on the elliptical, for most of us, it's something that we'd rather just get over and done with.

Cardio does not need to mean boring though as long as you keep a few different ideas in mind.

By continually changing your cardio as time goes on, not only are you going to see better results - remember the body responds best when you're constantly doing different things, but you'll keep your interest level up higher.

Maintaining consistency with your workouts is probably even more important than the type of cardio you choose to do itself, so make sure whatever you're doing, you're enjoying it as much as possible.

Click here to read about more options for ways to make your cardio workouts more enjoyable.

If you're really looking to take a non-traditional method with your cardio training, be sure to check out Men's Health trainer, Craig Ballantyne's Turbulence Training Method. It works best for those who are not looking to spend hours burning calories on cardio machines in the gym.

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