This exercise requires running in position, so it can be performed in confined spaces.
The butt kick is the inverse of the high knee. Instead of raising your knees, you will raise your soles toward your buttocks.
Lateral shuffles improve side-to-side coordination while increasing cardiac rate.
In addition to strengthening the upper arms, it exercises the back, core, and thighs.
This low-impact cardiovascular exercise is ideal for beginners. As you lift your legs, you'll engage the core muscles on your sides.
This exercise replicates the lateral motion of a skater. Add a leap when you move to the side for difficulty.
For a total-body workout, incorporate leaping jacks. This classic exercise works the entire body and raises the heart rate.
This is a simple, low-impact exercise that can be performed on a curb or the lowest stair step.
The typical squat is a bodyweight exercise designed to strengthen the lower body.
Combining leaps and standard lunges, lunge jumps will increase your heart rate.
The box leap is a cardiovascular exercise that targets the buttocks, thighs, calves, and shins.
This exercise resembles the leaping jack. It requires your arms to sustain your weight while your legs move rapidly.