Real Time Cardio #8

Jun 14, 2013 by

Real Time Workout

 

Hello my Sweet Lovies,

Happy Friday! I have a new Real Time Cardio workout for you guys so don’t be skipping your cardio! This one is only 14 minutes long and bodyweight only. Today is also my day 4 of the 10 Day Abs & Core Challenge, on top of that I’ve started another round Push-Up challenge because I’ve enjoyed it so much last time. But this time, instead of 200 I’m doing 300 :), but I did take 3 complete day’s off from the upper body prior to starting it all over again.

 

For all the newbies to Loving Fit

If you are new to Loving Fit I recommend to check out ” Creating Your Workout Plan ” post. There you will be able to see how I put together my routines, and you can find something for your own fitness level. My philosophy is: Form is always more important than speed, so WATCH YOUR FORM!

Things to remember before, during and after your workout

  1. Warm-Up
  2. Always Practice Good Form
  3. Stretch

 

 

Workout Explanation

 

Set your Gymboss Timer for 2 intervals, first interval 45 seconds, second interval 1 minute, for the total of 8 rounds. On the 45 second interval, we will be doing Side Jump Lunges, on 1 minute intervals we will be doing other 4 exercises.

You will go through the following sequence twice:

 

  • Side Jump Lunges – 45 sec
  • 3 Mountain Climber & Twisted Crab Touch – 1 minute
  • Side Jump Lunges – 45 sec
  • Lunge Forward, Back & Jump Lunge – 1 minute
  • Side Jump Lunges – 45 sec
  • Crab 2 Turn Over & Press – 1 minute
  • Side Jump Lunges
  • Squat 2 Plank Jump – 1 minute

 

Enjoy this routine and have a wonderful weekend full of happiness and joy!

Hugs,

Tati

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  • Lili Suke

    :) great workout Tati. I have noticed that you body became very lean. I have actually sent you a private message today on facebook, because I am really not sure what is going on with my body. It seems that I am getting leaner all over my body, but my stomach is kind of “poking out”. I usually dont carry extra weight on my stomach, and i dont think it is fat, because when i try to lean forward I cant see fat. Still my stomach looks like I would be constantly bloated. I did change my diet to more plant based diet incorporating lots of veggies and fruits. I used to have this earlier, then my stomach got flat for a long time, and now it is back again. I am not sure why… could you please give me some advice? I think you are the best person to ask :)) Thank you and have a nice weekend

    • http://www.lovingfit.com/ Tatianna

      Hey sweetie, I didn’t get your message on FB, I usually check them daily. It could be for couple of different reasons, most likely your body had adjusted to new way of eating and now it’s craving a reset ( a small change for a couple of days ). Another reason as could be posture, when spine is not as straight as it should be, your stomach will stick out ( it happens to me from time to time ).

      • Lili Suke

        Thank you so much for the advice. I really appreciate it :) I have a sedentary job and perhaps there I don’t always sit straight up. Thank you,I will try both advices :))have a great weekend,hugs Lili

  • Diana

    EXCELLENT as always!!! I love the proper-form explanations :) (It always gives me the impression that you say it because of a certain “fitness personality” who does it soooo wrong… :D) I will try that tomorrow on fasted state :D

    • http://www.lovingfit.com/ Tatianna

      You’re funny, no I just say it because of videos I see on youtube in bulk daily, about 90% have bad form, and I’m kind of a form freak.

      • Diana

        Yeah.. Everytime I run into one of those pretty-girls-doing-workout-without-explanation-in-horrible-form, my developing little Tatni is screaming! :D:D:D That is why I visit your site – you are pure professionalism :D

        • http://www.lovingfit.com/ Tatianna

          Thank you so much sweetie, I try my best at all times because I want you guys to do things the right way. I always work on my form, daily, which I think all people who teach fitness should do, I believe it needs to be number one priority. To me it’s like driving a car, you can pass the written exam but if you can’t park or drive straight on the road then you shouldn’t do it or teach others how to do it.
          I’m definitely not perfect, sometimes I look at my videos and I’m like OMG what is that, I could of done this or that better, I’m my own harshest critic, then I go to work on it, so next time I don’t make these mistakes.

  • Laura

    No, not another cardio :-)! I mean, I am not against cardio and I am thankful for it, but after 8 cardio routines, I was really hoping for real time abs… so far we’ve only had 1!

    • http://www.lovingfit.com/ Tatianna

      OMG you’re totally right! I completely forgot about that, but since last week I posted Abs Challenge I figured you guys would be busy with it. OK, next week we will do abs real time :)

      • Laura

        And I forgot about the Abs Challenge, because I could not commit to it :(. Thank you, you are so nice! Looking forward to next week!

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  • oberlee

    I did this one tonight. Maybe it’s the heat (“heat” really–it’s actually only 60 now, and during the day it was in the 70s, but it seemed warmer than usual), but this was really pooping me out! :) I am listening to my body lately about working out, and lately it’s telling me to not stress about it. Maybe it’s summer… so I have literally just been doing workouts that look fun. like this one. :) All the side jump lunges were not my favorite, just because side lunges I’m always working on. But this looks sooooo much easier than it really is. I’m usually lazy about learning new cardio routines for finishers, but I’m slowly working my way through yours and they’re all fantastic, creative, and they have a nice balance of plyometric and non-plyometric moves but always get the sweat going. Did this after your “Electro Pop” upper body routine. :)

  • http://www.lovingfit.com/ Lv Girlie

    I wasn’t feeling like a workout at 6 a.m this morning but I got this done…I followed along with the video which I tend not to do except for the warm up and stretching. The paste was exactly was I needed this morning.

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