Manhattan Cardiology’s cardiologist, Robert Segal, MD, speaks to Well + Good about Cardio You Should Do Everyday According To A Cardiologist

He is quoted saying:

“It is important to do these moves because remaining indoors for long duration of time can run the risk of a sedentary lifestyle, depression, and decreased immune system. Performing cardiovascular exercises can help resolved that but increases your mood, immune system, and cardiovascular system.” And according to Segal, the best way to get them in—without a lot of space—is to start jumping.”

The best cardio at-home exercises, according to a cardiologist…

1. Jump Lunges

“This move can help strengthen your quadriceps, glutes, and core as well as increasing your heart rate,” says Dr. Segal.

2. Jumping Jacks

3. Jumping Rope


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