On today’s Live Lean TV episode, Jessica and I are in New York City to show you 4 at home cardio exercises to get lean.
No equipment required.
These home cardio exercises are just a small sample of the workout styles found in my Live Lean Meltdown follow along workout video program.
Jessica is planning on teaching her clients how to do these workouts, so let’s see if this kicks her butt.
The first exercise from the first segment of the “Main Event” workout from Live Lean Meltdown is a jump rope exercise.
Reps: 45 seconds
Coaching cues: high knee sprints are intended to be a fast and explosive plyometric exercise. This is not a slow movement where you simply bring your feet off the ground. Focus on really driving your knees up while engaging your core. It’s very important to work at a high intensity level, so make sure you keep breathing throughout this exercise. Remember, if you’re not breathing, you’re not living, and that’s not Living Lean 😂. Keep it going.
That is just one of the exercises from the actual jump rope segment from the “Main Event” workout.
Let’s move on to the second segment of the “Main Event” workout, agility ladder training.
In the “Main Event” workout we do agility ladder lateral scissor hops, but you can also simply make a straight line with tape, or just visualize one for this exercise.
Reps: 45 seconds
Coaching cues: this is an excellent lateral movement where you quickly move your feet forward and backward down the line, while pumping your arms. This will help target your arms as well. Once you reach the end of the line, reverse the movement back to the starting position. Your legs will be burning while moving laterally from side to side, since you’ll be in an isometric lunge throughout the duration of the exercise.
We have now completed 2 out of the 4 exercises.
Next exercise is from the third segment of the “Main Event” workout, which is a plyometrics combo movement.
Coaching cues: This is a “follow the trainer” command combo exercise where you listen and follow my instructions. Start in a standing position, then drop with your chest down to the ground, then wait for my command. Once I say an exercise, you’ll complete it. For example, the exercise combo command would be: 4 mountain climbers per leg, then pump your arms and legs to complete 4 high knee sprints per leg, jump forward, turn, hit the ground, mountain climbers, high knees, jump, turn, hit the ground, and repeat.
The fourth segment of the “Main Event” workout is where we hit our core hard with various ab exercises.
Coaching cues: The breakdancer exercise will work all aspects of your core. Get down on the ground and bring one leg out to the side while engaging your side obliques. Then bring your foot back, briefly stick the straight arm plank position, then bring your opposite leg to the other side. Once you get your balance, you can speed it up a little bit, but make sure you keep your core tight. I have to say that over and over again. If you’re not keeping your core tight, you’re really not working yourself as hard as you can.
There you go.
Those were 4 at home cardio exercises to get lean
Give yourself a high 5.
This is an awesome but hard workout, so you should feel great for finishing it.
After finishing the full “Main Event” workout from Live Lean Meltdown, Jessica said it feels more like a game, rather than a typical boring workout, because it’s fun and keeps you interested.
These follow along workouts are designed for beginners to intermediates to advanced trainees.
So when you buy Live Lean Meltdown, not only are you getting the professionally produced 32 minute follow along “Main Event” workout, you also have access to the beginner, intermediate and advanced tabata and “Brad Says” workouts.
These follow along workout videos will not be shown on my Live Lean TV YouTube channel as they are only exclusive to purchasers of the program.
When you buy Live Lean Meltdown, all the workout videos are found on the curriculum page.
That way you will have instant access to every single one of them.
Hopefully you are going to take advantage of this offer and Live Lean with us.
Thanks for hanging out with me and Jessica in New York City.
We’ll talk to you soon.
I’ve worked with an incredibly talented production company on producing this home workout video program that will help you Live Lean faster.
I’m so excited to finally say, all the editing, music, and graphics are finished and Live Lean Meltdown is now ready to purchase.
The fat will be burning off, the muscles will be pumped, and thousands of people will be progressing in their journey to Live Lean.
But as mentioned, you’re not just going to get the one “Main Event” workout video, even though that alone is awesome.
On the curriculum page, you’ll also get access to a total of 10 HD instant downloadable workout videos including:
The entire Live Lean Meltdown program is now available.
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Brad Gouthro is the founder of Live Lean TV, a media company focused on helping men and women “Live Lean” 365 days a year. Brad’s programs and content have helped millions of people all over the world learn how to get in shape, and more importantly, sustain it for life.