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Total body cardio workout at home: burpees

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Published on Feb 22, 2012

This exercise targets: calves, hamstrings, quadriceps, glutes, chest, shoulders, biceps and abs
For this exercise, you will need: no equipment

First, stand up straight. Then bend your knees and place your hands on the ground.
Extend your legs back into a push up position. Bring your knees back in towards your chest and stand back up.

Tips:
A burpee exercise is a great way to get in physical conditioning in a short time.
The movement should be fluid and should be done without stopping -- move from one repetition to the next.
The faster the burpees, the more intense the work out, but make sure to keep a proper form.
Advanced: When in the push up position, perform a push up.
Don't hold your breath.

Beginners: perform 1 set for 30 seconds
Intermediate level: perform 2 sets for 30 seconds; 1 minute pause between sets
Advanced level: perform 3 sets for 30 seconds; 1 minute pause between sets

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