54321-15 Minute Cardio To The Rescue


Hello My Beautiful People!

I don’t know about you, but I am no gym rat. As much as I want a healthy lifestyle I am NOT going to the gym to get into the hustle and bustle or other super sweaty people. Now if you like that, great for you but this is for the rest of us who like to workout without being in a race to the next machine.

Not only do I not want to race to the machine, but I also want to get it done as fast as possible. The harder the better, as long as I don’t have to do any exercise for 1 and 2 hours.  There’s nothing like getting in a great sweat in 30 minutes or less.

Healthy living is not just about what you’re putting in your body, but also what you’re doing to your body to keep it going. Last year I found myself trying to find something that would kick up my cardio without using anything but body weight and wouldn’t take forever–Voilà, the 54321, 15 minute cardio came to the rescue.


This 15 minute cardio is not perfect, but it gets the job done. It is easy to follow and is able to be used by all levels, The more you need, the more you do. I love this cardio sequence because you can substitute exercises that benefit you without cheating yourself. The 54321 cardio routine is also great with yoga.

The 54321 15 minute cardio routine is easy to follow and easy to maintain on your healthy living journey. It’s hard enough keeping up with everything else, let this be one less thing to worry about.

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4 thoughts on “54321-15 Minute Cardio To The Rescue

  1. This sounds like something I can do on breaks in between clients or something. I hate going to the gym alone and relying on a friend is a setup for failure. Pictures would be helpful as some of these don’t sound familiar.

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