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Jog in place: 3 minutes
For the first round, jog at an easy pace to warm up. Once you are warm, focus on picking up the pace and using your upper body (drive bent arms back and forth). Make your jogging intervals more intense by moving your feet faster and lifting your knees higher.
Sprint: 1 minute
"Run" in place as fast as you possibly can while pumping your arms back and forth for 60 seconds [as shown]. You should be moving so fast that your heels hardly touch the ground.
Runner's lunges: 1 minute
This thigh- and glute-toning move serves as your active recovery after your sprint. Stand tall with your feet together, arms by your sides. Step back with one leg and lower into a lunge, hinging forward from the hips and reaching fingertips to the floor on either side of front foot [as shown]. Press through your front heel to stand back up and immediately repeat on the other side. Do as many reps as you can, alternating legs each time, for 60 seconds.
Repeat the full set one more time (2x total).
Weather-proof your cardio routine without stepping on the treadmill this winter
Weather-proof your cardio routine without setting foot on a treadmill this winter.
jessica smith doing running workout
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