1. Walking 

(get sexy figure) Walking is a wonderful activity you can do when you first add cardio to your workout routine. Go for a brisk walk in the park on the weekend, or give yourself extra time between meetings to walk instead of taking transit. Walking is also a simple activity that you can do to alleviate period cramps. Depending on the terrain, you can burn up to 200 calories just by walking for 30 minutes. (Cardio for women’s)

2. Running (or walking) stairs 

Running or walking stairs increases the intensity of your cardio workout because you’re lifting your body weight against gravity. (exercises women’s) You’re also targeting different muscle groups depending on whether you’re running up or running down. Running while on your period is also good for your physical and mental health. (Cardio for women’s)

3. Jumping rope 

(Cardio for women’s)This playground pastime is back! In addition to improving your balance and coordination, jumping rope burns more than 10 calories per minute. You’ll also tone the muscles in your back and arms as you swing the rope. (workout for women’s)

4. Cycling

(Cardio for women’s) Cycling is another great low-impact exercise that you can do, even when you are on your period. Stationary bikes allow you to change the gears to increase or decrease resistance so you can adjust the intensity of your workout. A spin class at your local gym can burn up to 600 calories in a 45-minute session. (get flat tummy for women’s)

5. Rowing

(get rid of floppy tummy women’s) The rowing machine may be less common than the treadmill at the gym, but that doesn’t make it any less effective at giving you a full-body cardio workout. A moderate rowing session uses 80% of the muscles in your body and burns up to 300 calories in 30 minutes.

6. Burpees

Burpees combine jumping, squats, and planks in one swift movement. A great warm-up on their own, burpees can also be combined with an interval training routine to mix up your cardio exercises. (Cardio for women’s)

7. Rollbacks

(BE fit) Rollbacks are a form of abdominal exercise that can be done on the mat or on an exercise ball. You can do rollups with free weights in your hands to tone your upper body as well. Try doing 5–10 reps and 2–3 sets of rollbacks as part of your cardio routine. (Cardio for women’s)

8. Mountain climber push-ups

(Get flat tummy) Mountain climbers are like running on the spot — but from a push-up position. Alternate bringing the knees into the chest and add 5–10 pushups in between sets. Combine mountain climbers, rollbacks, and burpees for an intense cardio circuit workout! (Cardio for women’s)

9. HIIT 

(remove fat from tummy) High-intensity interval training (HIIT) is a workout that combines short bursts of different bodyweight exercises like burpees, pushups, and mountain climbers with cardio exercises like jump rope, running or rowing. With HIIT, you want to alternate between high-intensity and low-intensity exercises for several sets. (Cardio for women’s)