Women's Heart-Pumping Workouts

Dancing to upbeat music can be a great way to burn calories and may also be a fun way to workout.

Dance To Music

Air squats work thighs, hamstrings, quads, and glutes. They activate core muscles well since they demand balance.

Air squats

The air jump rope involves "swinging" an illusory jump rope. The warm-up alternative to jogging in place is the activity.

Air jump rope

Jumping jacks are a simple aerobic workout that can be done pretty much anyplace.

Jumping jacks

A stair workout involves traveling up and down the stairs multiple times.

Stair climb

Screamer lunges are an excellent cardio and leg-muscle-building exercise.


Lifting one leg higher off the ground or hopping more quickly from one leg to the other are two ways to make this exercise more challenging.

Single leg stand

Bicycling regularly has been shown to reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease by stimulating and improving the heart, lungs, and circulation.


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