Examples of cardiorespiratory activities are: running, biking, walking, jogging, aerobic dance, cycling, swimming, skiing, stair stepping and rowing.
jogging hard and cycling....
Some aerobic capacity activities are swimming, jogging, kickboxing, treadmill, stationary cycling, stairmaster, dancing, basketball, hikinh, squats and climbing.
Yes, cycling is aerobic. Walking is also aerobic, and running, and jogging.
Do intense activity, cycling, jogging, etc.
Walking, jogging, running, cycling, swimming
Jogging, swimming, cycling, and aerobics
It really doesn't matter much. When it comes to using up calories, the important thing is for how long, and how hard you're working. This means that if you measure your workout by distance, jogging is "better" as you travel slower and will have to keep at it for a longer time. But if you measure by time, then cycling can certainly use up just as much calories as jogging, if you go at it hard enough.
Stretching and jogging.
joggig uses more ernagey than cycling because when u go out jogging u are running and burning more fats and calairoies in ur body
running/jogging, swimming, cycling, walking
Stretching & Jogging slowly ( :