Cardio Benefits for Beginners – A Comprehensive Guide to Start Cardio

Atul Khosla

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18 Responses

  1. Kanezaimdes says:

    I feel shy going to the gym. So, I started doing cardio in my home. I feel good after doing these exercises. Cardiovascular exercises are the best kind of workout.

  2. Daglaz Affob says:

    Hello, I am a beginner. I want to ask that how long should I do cardio daily?

    • admin says:

      You are a beginner and you are interested in doing cardio on a daily basis, right? People who are overweight and want to get a good body shape should do cardio exercises daily. Being a beginner, you can start spending at least 10-20 minutes doing cardio 4-5 days a week. Your aim should be to increase your heart rate slowly and consistently. And keep in mind that speed is not an important factor for beginners. You can start out with any kind of cardio exercise. If you will do cardio daily and consistently, it will definitely affect your metabolism in a good way. Ultimately, it will improve your body’s ability to process blood sugar. I wish you good luck!

  3. Sam Mishra says:

    Your post has motivated me to do cardio. I have a fat body and I am just going to start out cardio exercise very soon. It will be great if you can tell me will exercising 30 minutes a day help me lose weight?

  4. Malisa Chang says:

    Can you tell me if is there any evidence that Vitamin D3 has cardio benefits?

    • admin says:

      Although researches are going on, there is no evidence of any direct cardio benefit of Vitamin D3. We will keep you updated in the future if we find any authentic evidence as such. Best of luck.

  5. ChuckSit says:

    I am doing cardio exercise every 2 days a week, and I do gym for the other 5 days. It has helped me greatly in building a good physique. My cardio advice is to try to run backward, as it will bring good results for your thighs.

  6. Bruce says:

    I think it is better to do cardio workouts in fresh air despite doing it in the gym. What do others say?

  7. Ed Kuhn says:

    Wow, what a piece of nice information! I will put this knowledge to good use and will start cardio from today.

  8. Matie Hoffman says:

    I have time scheduled issue. If today I am working out in the morning at 6 am, I may get time tomorrow at 4 pm. Is this irregularity harmful for health?

  9. Vladimir Bantev says:

    Please give some exercise for knee pain

  10. Terry Liu says:

    Someone told me that our brain starts losing tissues after a particular age. Are cardio beneficial in helping in this?

  11. Patrick Sew says:

    When I started my aerobic classes, then I got to know that Cardiovascular exercise and aerobics are the same. Lol =D

  12. Stephen Unory says:

    Performing cardio releases ‘feel good’ hormones that will help ease symptoms of depression and fatigue as well as releasing hormones that decrease the appetite.

  13. GlobalsNot says:

    Lockdown has made me realize how cardio should not be neglected when weight training. I’ve noticed since not doing as much cardio I just get more tired doing weights or just daily things. I’ve also realized how picturesque running is in the outdoors and is a great form of cardio not only to burn calories but to simply just keep up your cardiovascular fitness so that you don’t get easily tired by doing weight training or just simple daily tasks.

  14. PaeloanTholf says:

    Just a reminder that you can exercise for a lot of reasons, your weight does not have to be the focus. Cardio is often thought about as a tool for weight loss, but there are a lot of other reasons to do cardio. My favourite reason; because I love my body and I want to do something kind for it

  15. Justin says:

    People do cardio exercises to burn their calories, but my health goal is different. I have been doing cardio for months and the depression and anxiety in me have reduced remarkably. Note that doing cardiovascular exercises improve brain health, the immune system, and heart health.

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