The "trick" when it comes to cardio is simple: find out what works for you, yet gives a sense of challenge that you're able to work step-by-step to reach either a distance or timed-goal. Set a realistic long term goal , and take small progressive steps that'll reach that goal. Whether is take you a month, 6 months, or a full year. Write down your goals, and write down the steps you're taking each day to meet them. Below are a few ideas or cardio workouts you may implement (as for all exercise programs, consult with your primary physician to get the clearance to engage in high intensity, endurance-based exercise programming);
Wildly popular in recent times, Students who take Zumba consider these classes, even if intense, are considered extremely fun and challenging. Studies have shown the link between Zumba classes and lowering your risk of obesity, high blood pressure, diabetes, etc.
Another popular exercise programming that has been around for decades, there's countless benefits to spinning. A few include; Muscle toning, cardiovascular endurance, adjustable tempos, stress reliever, low impact exercising (less pressure on joints and ligaments, etc. classes typically lasts for 45-60mins that includes warmup, cool down, and stretch periods.
Many use this piece of cardio equipment religiously. There's countless approaches to take when it comes to the Stairmaster. primarily, the pushing while climbing resistance primarily involves the lower body and core, with a focus on glutes, quads, hamstring and calves. Start with level 1 manual or lower resistance fat burn, and add the resistance to one level after staying consistent 20-30 minutes, 2-4 times per week.