12 Easy Ways to Raise Your Heart Rate with Danny Bridgeman

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Ok, your gym is closed, it’s too wet to go out for a cycle and you don’t have any exercise equipment to hand. What do you do to keep fit? There is only really one thing you do need, and thats…


You just have to start. As a wise yogi once said, ‘the moment you start the pressure is off’. When I do my sprint training the hardest part is starting…that first sprint. Why? Because sprints are tough. However, even a full set of 8 sprints is over in under 15 minutes. As a beginner you would only start with 2 low intensity sprints and work your way hop over a period of months.

Please watch this week’s quick video were i demonstrate 12 non equipment ideas to raise your heart rate. If you get the balance right you will experience lots of energy in the coming days. Train too hard and you might experience muscle soreness and general lethargy. that’s the lesson…train to a lower intensity next time.

Need advice? My private cardio sessions (can be via skype) are only half hour and I will guide to the appropriate level for your current fitness while taking into account any injuries.

Keep your fitness up and enjoy your movement!

Take care

Thanks Danny

20 Comments on “12 Easy Ways to Raise Your Heart Rate with Danny Bridgeman”

  1. P.E. was the most impotent part of the subject at school. That is why I never missed a single when I was at school. These cardio exercises should be recommended for primary schools. And it is great idea for everyone and for teachers too.

  2. Excellent. You can do this anywhere in the office during the break, first part of these cardio exercises. We used to do at school  during between the sections of study. When we stop concentrating at reading or writing etc. Teacher used to ask ;Please stand up on a side or your table. Let us do some exercises. Then back to study and we were really good afterwards. Thanks for mentioning my happy memories of  my childhood at school. One of the reason I loved the school and never missed the school days. Thanks for the great video.

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