You Don’t Need Hours On A Treadmill To Boost Your Cardio Fitness—Try These Five Dumbbell Moves Instead

Man and woman perform dumbbell snatch in a gym

Hear the words “cardiovascular training” and you may well envisage pounding the treadmill or sweating your butt off in an indoor cycling class. But doing a cardio workout with weights brings unique benefits alongside cardio gains, such as improving all-over strength, adding muscle and warding off health problems such as osteoporosis. 

And, as demonstrated by this workout from Jon Stafford, a level 3 personal trainer and the head coach at F45 Surbiton, you just need one dumbbell. 

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