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    What types of cardio exercises are out there

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    So I noticed for the past few weeks my cardio sessions been getting a little bland so I decided to come here and ask you good 'ol folks what type of cardio do you do? I want to get some ideas of different things I could try. Even maybe we can all benefit to get different ideas. Anyways, so what type of cardio do you do?
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    Just the Sprinting sessions Mark advocates when I feel up to doing it, in-between the weight lifting.

    What cardio are you doing?

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    I play tennis, it's good because you do short sprints and move for an hour at least.
    My boyfriend likes to play Squash, that's good for your cardio!!

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    Fast walking.
    bend your arns 90deg and walk faster by increasing stride rate not length
    Keep going faster until you pass joggers!
    Virtually no chronic cardio impact injury problem.

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    Are you actually looking for 'move slowly', 'sprint' or either?

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    I adore dancing. If you have a boyfriend/husband - go for a dancing class in some quick type of dancing: cha-cha, quickstep, swing.
    If you can go alone - find a group dance class somethere in you area. This is so much fun. You jump, you dance, you laugh. You get your cardio and thn some!

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    i think so,it's good because you do short sprints and move for an hour at least.

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    Swimming, aikido, hapkido, box against the bag, throw in a Zumba class in the winter, run outdoors, run on elliptical, row, walk against the current in the lazy river in the pool, light KBs, jump rope.
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    If you mean the move-slowly type activity, I recommend tai chi or qi gong if there's a good teacher in your area. I just started up a new qi gong class, and it's great--just over an hour of continuous meditative movement with emphasis on mobility, breathing, and having a happy, clear mind. I'm not currently prone to take a half hour to sit and meditate, but a half hour to hour of moving meditation is great--get centered while moving the body...

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