Aerobic Exercise Directory
Aerobic exercise (cardio) is activity that strengthens the lungs and heart and improves your body's ability to use oxygen. It can improve your heart rate and blood pressure as well as your breathing. Good examples of aerobic activity are swimming, walking, jogging, bicycling, and running. Follow the links below to find WebMD's comprehensive coverage about how aerobic exercise benefits your body, types of exercises, and much more.
Plyometrics: What It Is and How to Do It
Everything you need to know about a plyometrics workout.
Jump Rope Workouts: Intense, Affordable, and Easy
Learn how jump rope workouts can boost your fitness.
Step Aerobics: What to Expect From Step Class
Step aerobics is a classic workout that delivers results. Find out what step classes are like, how hard they are, and more.
Water Aerobics: Low-Impact Pool Workout
Water aerobics is good for your joints and it can be as challenging as you want it to be. Learn what to expect from this low-impact pool workout.
Burn Calories With Interval Training
Boost your results with these high-intensity exercises.
How do I work out on a trampoline?
Yes, bouncing up and down on a trampoline gives you an aerobic workout, strengthens your muscles, and just might boost your mood!
4 Cardio Workouts: Elliptical, Treadmill, Stationary Bike, Rowing Machine
Shake up your same old, same old exercise routine by trying these cardio workouts. You'll do intervals that are sure to challenge you and burn calories.
Zumba: Fun Is Secret Ingredient of Latin Dance Workout
Zumba, an aerobic dance class set to South American beats, is hot in health clubs and exercise studios from Miami to Los Angeles and everywhere in between.
Partner Stair Drill
Take turns with a partner and get fit using a staircase.
Get some outdoors time with this calorie-burning sprint routine.
10-Minute Strength and Cardio Workout
Make the most of your time with this strength-building, calorie-burning routine.
Water Boot Camp Offers Aerobics With Attitude
No, it’s not basic training. It’s a new trend in workouts: a water boot camp led by an ex-Marine where aerobics meets attitude.