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You’ll be performing them in supersets, or back-to-back moves with no rest, which will further trigger that cardio component.“Any exercise that uses large muscle groups and that you do repetitively will increase your heart rate, and you will get a cardiovascular benefit,” she says.Plus, three of the four exercises in this bodyweight legs workout are single-leg moves. Take a big step to the right side with your right foot and immediately bend your right knee, send your hips back, and sink into a lateral lunge, keeping your left leg straight.Push off your right foot, and as you bring your right foot back to the starting position, push off your left foot and hop up, without placing your right foot on the floor. That’s 1 rep.Continue for 35 seconds, then repeat on the other side.Related:The 12 Best At-Home Workouts You Can Do Without Any Equipment10 Amazing Butt Workouts That Will Light Your Glutes on FireThe 4-Minute, No-Equipment Cardio Workout That Will Break Up Your DayDiscover new workout ideas, healthy-eating recipes, makeup looks, skin-care advice, the best beauty products and tips, trends, and more from SELF.More from SelfContact© 2020 Condé Nast.

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