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High intensity interval training

This type of training involves alternating between really going for it for short bouts of time followed by less intense exercise. So by the time you start hating it you’re just about ready to stop. It’s also great for people who get bored easily as you can change up the exercises each time like in this video. 

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10 fun cardio ideas if you hate running (and exercise in general)

Want to torch fat but hate running and cardio exercise in general? Don’t blame you. Unless your super committed or an enthusiast, exercise can be a boring, repetitive chore. You get stuck in your head, the time creeps by at a snails pace and the longer you avoid it, the harder it is to get back into it. 

Well, not anymore because we’ve put together a list of ten enjoyable alternative ways to stay in shape, specially for those who hate exercise.

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