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If Running Is Your Kryptonite, Try This 6-Move Cardio Strengthening Workout

6 monthes ago   |   By PopSugar

Not going to lie: I find running on a treadmill to be rather boring and at times torture. If necessary, I'll do it , but I'd much rather run outdoors with a great playlist or do a high-intensity workout that checks off cardio and strength training at once.
This workout is going to work your arms, legs, and abs all at once, and I can guarantee your muscles will be quivering once you're finished.
The High-Intensity Cardio Workout
You can do this workout at home, at the park, or in the gym. Wherever you do it, just be sure to go as hard as you can. If you find the workout is too intense, feel...
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