Cardio Workout

749 bounces

e

By Fayth Caruso

Workout Breakdown

P
C
F
B
R

Fast forward is blocked. You can turn it on using the switcher below.

Description

“Intermediate cardio challenge.”

Work your way into a cardio bounce outdoors in the windy city.

  • Duration: 12 mins
  • Bounces: 749
  • Calories: 29
  • Level: 6

Comments

View thread

Cardio Workout


Author

Post

Fayth Caruso

Work your way into a cardio bounce outdoors in the windy city.

#244 - View post

Kristy Urquhart

Love Fayth's instruction style but not enough variation in leg movements in this video. I'd also like the cardio section to be longer

#245 - View post

JB Cole

I must be having internet issues since this is the second video I've tried that is stopping and starting...continually. I'll check with my provider. Not the way I wanted to start my day...I need to bounce! ; )

#246 - View post

Satusirkku Minor

Hi Kristy , could you please make recommendations as far as variation in leg movement?

#247 - View post

Michelle

Not sure if it was my internet, but I had start/stop issues too

#248 - View post

Jennifer Maeve

excellent cardio / coordination / balance moves - i feel them working already in the aftermath

#249 - View post

Rose Carbone

Great energy booster - short and effective!![:01:]

#516 - View post

kristin

Faith's energy is fantastic in this workout, but I won't do this one again.  Too much arm work!  And not enough leg variation.

#522 - View post

Bounce Babe

This one is mostly jogging for the cardio, but great workout!  

#817 - View post

Quick reply

smile-switcher

River west

River west

River west

River west

PCFBR is an acronym for
the five major fitness areas
of Power, Cardio, Flexibility,
Balance and Relaxation.
be360 uses the PCFBR
system to evaluate how
each workout affects each
of these benefits.

Choose your own be360
workout plan. Get your
customized plan or pick one of
many predefined plans, prepared
by our be360 trainers. Every
plan follows a theme:
beLEAN, beHEALTHY,
beSTRETCHED,
beBALANCED!

Keep track of your workout
schedule, including the details and previews of your upcoming workouts, so you’ll always know what you’ll be accomplishing next.