Real Time Cardio #3

Mar 15, 2013 by



Hello my Loves,

Today I would like to present you with the Real Time Cardio #3. This one was only 16 minutes long, it was just a tiny bit harder than the previous two, but I really enjoyed it and I hope you will as well.

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 ( since you are going to be doing this after your strength training routine, you should already be warmed up, but if this is the only workout you’re planning on doing, then you need to warm-up first ).
  2. Always Practice Good Form
  3. Stretch



Workout Explanation


All I was using in my workout was my Pull-Up bar and my Gymboss Timer. If you don’t have a pull-up bar, you can use your dip bar if you have one, or two chairs.

You can follow me along in the video, or you can do it on your own. If you don’t have a timer, you can follow mine in the video.

This workout has 4 exercises, 1 minute each, total of 4 rounds. I set my Gymboss Timer for 16 rounds of 1 minute.

  • 4 Jack Jump Squats & Drop Down with 2 push-offs
  • Jump-up Pull-Up & Kick
  • 3 Diagonal Jump Squats & 2 Back Lunges
  • Walk Forward & Push-Off


If your goal is to lose weight, you can do this workout twice ( 32 minutes total ) after your strength training routine. Or you can skip the strength training for that day and just do this workout for the total of ( 4 exercises for 8 rounds ) in a fasted state.

If your goal is just to keep lean and you don’t need to lose any weight, you can just add this workout after your strength training routine as your moderate cardio.


Have fun sweets and have a wonderful weekend!



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