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1) March on the Spot
2) Step Jacks
3) Leg Curls
4) Reach & Twist
6) Lunge Step Back
7) Standing Crunches
8) Cross Punches
9) Low Impact Burpees
Interval: 40secs Workout 20sec Rest – 9 Intervals
Sequence: Repeat 2 sets.
Total Workout Time: 20 mins
– Repeat a total of 3 – 4 rounds.
– Increase the workout time to 50 secs and reduce the rest time to 10 secs.
– You can choose to lift a pair of light dumbbells.
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Learn how to burn calories doing cardio with weights
This exercise video series is part of the HealthWorks!, a family-based program at Cincinnati Children’s Heart Institute to help overweight kids and teens learn healthy habits.
HealthWorks! is one of the first of its kind and is the cornerstone of the pioneering Center for Better Health and Nutrition, a national role model in combating childhood obesity that treats more than 500 patients annually.
HealthWorks! uses a variety of methods to help overweight children and teens – and their families – improve eating habits and become more physically active. The program is designed to work with the lifestyle and needs of the young person and the immediate family, helping them to set realistic, achievable goals.
In addition to promoting more physical activity, we emphasize making changes to the daily diet that include and promote healthier eating habits.
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* Disclaimer: Please be advised that there are known risks involved in participating in any exercise program. All exercise and other forms of physical activity can be dangerous, especially if performed without medical advice and proper supervision. Always consult your physician or health care professional before beginning any exercise program. Cincinnati Children’s.
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