Jul 19, 2011 10:04am

Falkner Falkner
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Jul 19, 2011 10:08am

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Jul 19, 2011 11:34am

arnthorla arnthorla
832 posts

Probably the one that you find most fun to do. So try out many things and find what clicks for you. – Even if you know what the “best” cardio is, it would be silly doing it just for that reason alone if you find some other cardio that is more fun. Unless you are super serious.
If you are super serious. Then I will try to give you an answer. Probably the closest you get to the truth is that what is considered “bests” depends on how you define it, or what you value the most. Some value time efficiency, others cardio conditioning, risk of injury, muscle conditioning, and there are probably other factors. From what I gather cross country skiing probably ranks high, as it uses the greatest amount of muscles in the activity and thus stressing your HR the most. But it is not very time efficient, at least how it is done by most.
You can also try using burpees, and skipping rope, if you like low cost and time efficiency.
But I would go with what your gut tells you is right for you. That is best in the long run IMO.

Jul 19, 2011 4:15pm

ThriveFit ThriveFit
1015 posts

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I agree, find what you will enjoy or stick with. Consistency is key and you aren’t going to do something you don’t enjoy. Good cardio can be running, walking, cycling or calisthenics. It just depends on you and your fitness level.



Jul 19, 2011 5:21pm

EmpowerYourBody EmpowerYourBody
2 posts

Plyometrics! Pretty intense :) Be well. Alycia

Jul 20, 2011 8:25am

chaddukes chaddukes
888 posts

Prowler pushing

Jul 20, 2011 1:16pm

lbjwes6 lbjwes6
12 posts

The cardio that I enjoy is running on treadmills. I use the Program to challenge me and keep it entertaining. I have really enjoyed my Sole F85. I would suggest any of Sole’s products for cardio workoouts www.soletreadmills.com

Jul 20, 2011 2:50pm

ooohermissus ooohermissus
3 posts

I Did 1,000 Pushups!

I love doing Cosgrove evil 8’s as my cardio. Does not have to be heavy weights.

Jul 21, 2011 1:37pm

Brandon15 Brandon15
4 posts

I think the best cardio exercise is rope jumping, i also do rope jumping daily because my father says 15 minutes of rope jumping is equal to 1 mile running. Good luck!

Jul 21, 2011 2:42pm

richardwhit richardwhit
7 posts

High intensity kettlebell training.

At 34 I can still get my heart rate up to 198bpm with intervals of heavy swings and kettlebell snatches.

10 minutes of hell:

30 – 40 sec of heavy swings, 20 seconds rest
30 – 40 sec of single or double snatches, 20 seconds rest

continue for 10 minutes….

Use the heaviest kbells you can and increase weight as you get stronger.

It will destroy you. If it doesn’t you haven’t tried hard enough.

You can also try the secret service snatch challenge – 200 kettlebell snatches, 24kg kettlebell, 10 minutes. One of the toughest things I’ve ever done.

Jul 21, 2011 2:57pm

coskigirl coskigirl
9 posts

Personally, running is my thing. I love it. I use cycling and swimming as cross training and skiing in the winter. But I agree with the above poster, find what you like and what you will stick with. That’s your best.

Jul 28, 2011 6:03am

Michealleo Michealleo
4 posts

What are the exercise to improve cardio?
Working harder while in the fat burning zone.

How long should i do the Cardio exercises?
Anywhere from 30-120 minutes.

What are the best Cardio exercises?

Jul 30, 2011 10:58am

Smigiel Smigiel
7 posts

Anything that gets your heart rate up and something you can convince yourself to do when it comes workout time. For me, running on the treadmill with the highest incline I can going the fastest I can for maybe 30 minutes is usually the most intense. But I love road and mountain biking, Running through the trails is a blast. I take my dog up to the local park and we run sprints together and she absolutely loves it.

Jul 31, 2011 6:03pm

jonners jonners
9 posts

At the moment I am running but I used to do martial arts. That was always a lot of fun and never felt like exercise. Got very fit (almost 20 years ago!)

Jul 31, 2011 6:03pm

jonners jonners
9 posts

At the moment I am running but I used to do martial arts. That was always a lot of fun and never felt like exercise. Got very fit (almost 20 years ago!)

Aug 2, 2011 2:02am

klusener klusener
4 posts

Hi Guys…. There are some Cardio exercises that are really helpful to maintain a good health for the long period . these are as follows



Aug 2, 2011 4:10am

viciu viciu
2 posts


Aug 3, 2011 8:33am

Thursday466 Thursday466
13 posts

Best Cardio exercise is the one that is appropriate for your current fitness level.

Don’t be influenced by crazy “challenges” and cookie cutter workouts.

Develop a progressive program.

Sure, KB snatches are great, but a lot of people are lightyears from technical proficiency while performing the SSST. Just my opinion.

Push a sled, ride an Airdyne, swing kettlebells, run a hill/stairs, Versaclimber. All of these things will get you results and leave you feeling gassed.

The question is what is appropriate for you?

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Aug 3, 2011 1:08pm

jonpaine33 jonpaine33
1 post

Here are ten of the best cardio exercises…

Skipping Rope
Kick Boxing
Cross Country Skiing
Step aurobics
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Sep 4, 2011 2:29pm

johnmiller johnmiller
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Sep 13, 2011 4:57pm

fitnessdude fitnessdude
2 posts

I have to agree with one of the previous replies. An elliptical trainer can give you an intense cardio workout, while offering you a low impact workout. Several studies have suggested that the combined upper and lower body workout burns calories more efficiently. Which makes sense since you are exercising more muscle groups simultaneously. I found an excellent site where you can get Elliptical Trainer Reviews
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Dec 13, 2011 11:44pm

RHay RHay
59 posts

cycling, swimming, jogging, running and taking an aerobic class!

Dec 14, 2011 6:54am

sheltona sheltona
11 posts

I love sprinting. I was in the Marines but still never liked long runs. I usually throw the football(american) around, running WR routes or actually play pickup games at the park, which is something that my health insurance probably wouldn’t approve of.

A MMA style gym opened up near me and I know they always have good methods for cardio.

Jan 3, 2012 10:12am

Endrew Endrew
4 posts

These are best cardio exercise
Riding a Bike
Jumping on a Trampoline


Jan 9, 2012 5:47am

hypen22 hypen22
1 post

I am doing LesMils Body Combat!

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