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At-Home Ways to BUILD ENDURANCE

POV: you’re struggling halfway through your workout. The (possible) reason? Low endurance. Today’s workout will help with that. We have a new routine to add to your at-home workout file, thanks to mom and fitness expert,Astrid Swan.

Put in the work now so that you’ll last longer in your future workouts and more (wink, wink). And feel less winded ofc. Let’s do it. Read on to take your at-home exercises to the next level by incorporating this no-equipment endurance-building routine.

THE ROUTINE:

Broad Jump to Back Pedal
High Mountain Climbers
Traveling Skaters
Squat Jacks

THE MOVE: BROAD JUMP TO BACK PEDAL

How to: Broad jump forward and land in a squat lightly. Use your arms to help you. Quickly come out of the squat position and backpedalbackward the distance you traveled.
Rep: Complete each exercise in a circuit, 30 seconds with a 15-second rest. (4-5 rounds)

THE MOVE: HIGH MOUNTAIN CLIMBERS

How to: Start in a high plank position, bring your right footoutside your right hand, and jump your right foot back to plank while jumping your left footoutside your left hand. Keep alternating for the whole duration.
Rep: Complete each exercise in a circuit, 30 seconds with a 15-second rest. (4-5 rounds)

THE MOVE: TRAVELING SKATERS

How to: Start bybalancing on your left foot and hop over to the side, like you are hopping over a puddle, and land lightly on your right foot. Continue skating back and forth as you travel four times forward and then back. Go all out the whole time.
Rep: Complete each exercise in a circuit, 30 seconds with a 15-second rest. (4-5 rounds)

THE MOVE: SQUAT JACKS

How to: Start with your feettogether, then jump themapart to slightly wider than hip-width. Tap one hand down and jump your feet back together. Repeat the squat jack, alternating the hand that taps the floor. Be sure to keep your chest lifted and get low in the squat to touch the floor.
Rep: Complete each exercise in a circuit, 30 seconds with a 15-second rest. (4-5 rounds)

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