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Avoid feeling bored on the treadmill with this 25 minute treadmill workout that alternates between a brisk walk and a run every couple minutes. Not only will this keep boredom at bay, but it will give your body a good workout. Start with a slight incline around 3. If you feel like the workout is too easy or hard, play around with the incline or speed.

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The 25-Minute Walking Treadmill Workout The workout is self explanatory, but I do recommend foam rolling and doing a few glute and core activation exercises before. “It’s an awesome way to gain fitness,” says Nurse. “Hill running even further enhances your proper running form and efficiency.” But no matter how you style your sprints, tackling a treadmill sprint workout once a week—in addition to two to five other runs—can improve your speed in as little as three to four weeks, says Norris. That’s why, today, I’m sharing with you a 25-minute power-walking treadmill workout featuring intervals, rest and lots of incline. This is something you could add into your routine, complemented with some resistance training, stretching and of course, foam rolling, to make a balanced a week of fitness. The 25-Minute Walking Treadmill Workout.

The workout is self explanatory but I do recommend foam rolling and doing a few glute and core activation exercises before. Fellow mamas, it’s time to kick it into high gear with a calorie-burning treadmill HIIT workout! This 25-minute workout is ideal for anyone that’s short on time but still wants to get in a good sweat sesh. What is HIIT Training?

HIIT stands for high intensity interval training. Instead, I’ve been taking it easy and doing low-impact workouts like this 25-minute treadmill workout. The 25-Minute Walking Treadmill Workout. The workout is self explanatory but I do recommend foam rolling and doing a few glute and core activation exercises before getting started.

Feel free to adjust the incline and speed if necessary. So often treadmill workouts are intended for running, so I am happy to see a walking treadmill workout! I am pretty addicted to PB & J sandwiches right now. And having them on Ezekiel bread makes them even better.

I love that bread! 25 Minute Treadmill Walking Workout by Julie – Julie created a great treadmill workout. 25-Minute HIIT Treadmill Workout To Burn Fat Nov 4, 2016 The best way to get in killer shape on the treadmill is to utilize interval training.

Interval training involves alternating bursts of speed with slower speeds, keeping your heart rate up and maximizing your workout.

List of related literature:

Step 1: Walk on treadmill, progressing up to 20 minutes at a comfortable pace Step 2: Walk for 5 minutes Then jog for 1 minute, walk for 4 minutes × three cycles (total of 15 minutes) Walk for 5 minutes at a comfortable pace.

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Rather than walking briskly for an hour or running on the treadmill at a steady pace for 30 minutes, you alternate between periods of maximum-intensity and low-intensity exercise for a total of just 20 minutes or so.

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This is the equivalent of a hill workout and is a great way to get a good cardio workout without necessarily having to walk faster.

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If you’re going to walk on a treadmill, you’ll have to play around with the elevation and speed controls to make it a real cardiovascular workout.

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Instead of getting on the treadmill for sixty minutes at a moderate pace, take a chance and play around with the speed and the incline—optimize your workout and make it just thirty minutes at a much more intense pace.

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The run/walk pºrtiºn won’t divide perfectly, sº yºu will finish with a run.

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That’s how I do my cardio workouts—I do 45 minutes of walk, run, walk—divided to 1 to 2 minutes cycle.

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You’ll basically be walking as fast as you can without needing to break into a jog—this is the perfect intensity for burning fat and not muscle.

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on I WALKED the treadmill first, but instead of keeping a slower pace so I could see the TV screen without bobbing up and down, I cranked the speed up to 3.8.

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Give yourself 7 minutes, and you’ll get more out of this workout than most people do in 2 hours on a treadmill.

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  • New to exercise? �� Get STARTED with my FREE 14-day exercise plan specially designed for beginners. It’s fast, fun + effective: http://pahlabfitness.com/get-started/

  • I run around in my living room to this, it is great! I’m always kind of thrown, though, by negative talk about other runners (e.g. woman with shoes that don’t fit the shorts).

  • THANK YOU SO MUCH!!! I can’t keep up with most beginners work outs but this one was amazing and easy to follow. You are so encouraging!!!!!

  • Thank you for this My treadmill broke and I didn’t know how to start back and running again. This helped me so much I’m gonna follow you and watch all your videos thank you

  • I’m terrible at pacing so this video is perfect for me! Any plans to make more videos for running at home? I’ve had this one on repeat for quite some time! I can’t have a treadmill where I live and I have a medical condition that makes it difficult to get outside in the heat of summer so thank you for this video!

  • Gym is no no, with this C virus and weather is always rainy..I ask myself would running w/o a treadmill indoors exist someone where,�� Tnk you..

  • Wow this was a good one. Thank you for the “fail” outlook/advice. In This workout I did the first combination as five minutes run one minute walk and the rest was four minutes run, two minutes walk. I don’t consider this a fail I consider it a success for moving the entire 30 mins! Next time I’ll do 2×5 min run and work my way to all 5 min walk. But boy were my hips ever sore after this!

  • Gracias! Que buena rutina, tengo que perder 20 kilos y la verdad ya he bajado 5 kilos en un mes con esta rutina la hago en la mañana y noche.

    Te lo agradezco mucho. ❤

  • I’m on a lockdown in Paris and, after being chased by the police this morning (they let me go without a fine ☺), I watched your video and really enjoyed it.
    Pahla, you just got a new fan!

  • Hey killer Bs,, its pahla B from Pahla B fitness:),, Today is the 50th day, I am hearing this good voice. I have ran 250 KMs with you during this lockdown. Without listening to this video, nowdays my indoor run never completes. I pledge to run many more KMs with you.:) Thanks for creating such videos.

  • Turned 70 this week and have been working out (mostly low & high impact) aerobics for the last
    36 years. Never thought about jogging indoors until I found Pahla B. An indoor run allows me to keep my heart rate high without the danger of falling during an outside run falling is a real issue for older women. This is my favorite video so far! Thank you, Pahla B!

  • I’ve entered finals week(s) and started getting a bit bummed because I kept thinking about how I was going to squeeze my run workouts into my day until I wrap up the semester. I love running around town or at the park but this never occurred to me! �� I’m definitely trying this this week! I’m curious. Thank you. ��

  • This made it easier for me to walk. It’s a mental thing lol. Seeing her run made me think well I can’t run a whole 30 min straight but I can walk ��. She was my motivation and soon enough i’ll be running ��. If you can’t run, walk like I did. I was dripping sweat, so you’re definitely still getting a good workout ��.

  • I’m back baby! OH MY GOODNESS…. I sure did miss my workouts! Is it possible that when one is NOT working out, their joints hurt MORE? I truly felt that. Maybe it’s the cold weather and my age. lol. At any rate, love this workout! Ready to pump out week eight and roll through this guide for the second time! Day 1 of week 8/14 ROUND TWO! FOREVER GRATEFUL!

  • WHAAAAAAAAAAAAAT? 2 miles?! in my own house? I love that! I loved this workout and I LOVE working out the THE QUEEN B! Day 1 of week 5/14! BOOM! Grateful!

  • This is my second time doing this run and I LOVE it! It’s really fun and breaks up the monotony of running indoors! Please, please do more like this!

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  • I’ve just tried this… can’t believ i can do it without stopping… never have done running at this pace for this long!!! This is awesome.. i just subscribed to your channel:) Keep us encouraged ����

  • Good workout and love the discussion on failure. 2 failed marriages, recently lost my job, rock climbing injury. BUT! I have a fantastic partner now (almost 3 years), on track for an even better career opportunity and injury is healing and will return to climbing even stronger. Failure only puts you in the path of success:)

  • Im 14 and to be honest I LOVE RUNNING and this video really helps me during quarantine in my house. I am hoping I can loose some kilograms after this!:)

  • Hi Pahla! Great workout, as usual:) I decided to try something a little different today. I usually do your HIIT low impact workouts because to be quite honest I hate running and I have horrible memories from my PE class in highschool haha (was never quite the sporty one.) However, I decided to try indoor running and see how it would go. I absolutely hate running on the treadmills and I live in Miami, so running outside is definitely a no-no for me as well. I really liked this workout and I was happy I was able to keep the jogging pace with you and I actually enjoyed myself. HOWEVER, I noticed that halfway in the workout my body started itching-it was very odd. Not like mosquito-bite itch, but an itching if that makes any sense. Is this normal if you’re starting to run?
    Thanks a lot!

  • Loved this surprisingly sweaty workout.  More like this please, longer running and body strength intervals.  As always you’re awesome Pahla.

  • I just started doing your videos like 2 weeks ago and I love them. I’m getting back into running in the videos have been helpful. I made it through this whole video without stopping. Of course I went ahead and subscribed. ������

  • Completed and really enjoyed it. My last goal was to quit smoking and I am now 2 weeks shy of being 9 months smoke free. I was never able to run, or in my case jog, for any length of time before I quit and I have completed most of your running workouts except for the 10K. I love your walk/run workouts and love how they make me feel. I also would like to be able to run outdoors. It is a shame that I waited till I turned 60 to find out how much fun jogging is. If this is the best that I can do, I am forever grateful to you for providing me with these motivational workouts. Thank you so much.

  • I remember 3 months ago, I started working out I tried this video. I thought it would kill me. Here I am running through the walk part. Thanks Mrs. P

  • Stopped smoking 3 days ago (a pack a day for a decade). Then I thought, after a long time without running, “might aswell try”. I died throughout the whole run but managed to keep going. Thank you for this video.

  • You channel says it’s for those over 50, but it also perfectly fits the younger group who doesn’t do intense exercise that often (like me!!). This is the first time I am able to keep running for more than 20 minutes, and the set up is so simple, requiring nothing essentially! Thank you!!!

  • This video was in my recommendations and I watched it while eating quesadillas. �� I am totally doing it (or one of your others) for my workout on Monday! So excited to find your channel ����

  • **Long comment alert** Omg i am so glad I clicked on this video today. I’ve been running since January with walk/run intervals. I’ve only been able to run 30 min straight for about two weeks now.

    As my run intervals started getting longer my anxiety before each run became more amplified. I started to not enjoy running as much and have been struggling to get through, especially treadmill running, not so much outside running. But because of corona I have to do treadmill. Music became an annoying distraction. Netflix was not a good enough distraction. I can’t focus on the show more so how much time I got left and how hard it is. Podcast didn’t work either. But today I had the best run I’ve had in a longgggg time.

    You taught me today it’s ok to slow down. That I can pick up the pace later. You helped me visualize success. You helped me more than anything on how to focus on my form and breathing to help steady my pace. I found myself smiling and truly interested in your story as I watched you run.

    This 30 min flew by and i felt the high I use to feel after running that I haven’t felt in quite some time. Although I still run super slow and only got a lil over two miles I am totally ok with that for now. I could have even went longer. Thank you!! Just know (I’m sure you know) your videos are truly helping people.

  • Thank you so much for tour videos! I learnt to run from you even though I never ever enjoyed it but you made it so easy that I enjoy it now! I only started exercising since April 2020 and came across your videos in June! Thank you and please keep making running + walking videos!

  • Needed a way of running/fitness but have massive anxiety about running outside. This workout made me feel fantastic, confident and I had so much fun! Thank you! Xxx

  • Pahla, I really enjoy these running and walking workouts, but is there a way to do them barefoot without my feet hurting? I know I could put on running shoes, but would like to try without. Thanks!

  • i honestly don’t know how i did this but I did! didn’t feel like dying or any sharp pain in my lungs. having a run buddy does wonders!

  • You guys should all join the military a 5k in less than 30 minutes is easy business. Also, why don’t you measure steps? It would be rough estimates for distance but steps mean everything.

  • I’m so glad I found this! I was think I was crazy for jogging in place. But it is really fun and I don’t have to worry about weather or if it’s too late to run outside. I just watch my favorite music videos and jog.

  • I ran at least a minute. Skipped 4 minutes. And repeated. I did weight lifting, and body exercises in between. For probably 10 minutes. But I’m proud of myself. Jesus said have faith as a grain of mustard seed. I started out with my mustard seed of 10 minutes. And I’m grateful for that.

  • I wish I could run outside but my country is horrifically dangerous
    Just taking a step out my front door gives me a 50 percent of chance of being attacked
    That’s why I love these videos and they help me a lot
    Cannot wait to get fit again with you

  • Thank you sooo much for this video! I made 5,16km in 30 minutes on the first attempt:D Tbh, I usually run 3 times a week, but now days are getting too hot and I prefer working out at home, so this video really helps me! <3

  • Perfect for a manic monday….for REAL. Great way to not have to think too much and just run. Now, let’s FINALLY get through this week 8! Day 2 of week 8/14 ROUND TWO! FOREVER GRATEFUL!

  • You are so refreshing and motivating!!! Thank you so much I am new to cardio and have heart palpitations so this is exactly what I needed.

  • Great workout pahla. I did a good bit of the jogging but I will definitely have to come back to this one again and again so I can get in shape for ALL the runsbut I made it to the endhaha

  • Thanks a lot for this much needed help with exercising during quarantine! This is my first time running for 30 min straight and I ran just about 2 miles according to my google fit app, respecting my capacity but still pushing a bit. You’re a great companion, I’m going to be running with you again soon!

  • this is what I was looking for. I am training for a 10k after 2 years of not working out and a serious knee injury, it has been so hard to start again. but this looks perfect. thanks a lot

  • I started with the walk/run on Sunday 1/19/20 and I did the 1 min walk/20 sec run. That was a little challenging for me. I said I would stick with it and made a goal to do it backwards. Running for 1 min and walking 20 sec. I gave myself a month to complete that task. OH MY GOSH I found this workout yesterday and contemplated very hard on when I should actually try it. Laying on my couch last night there I am trying to convince myself to do it tonight. I did the walk/run that morning but wanted to workout again. Very long story short, I got up and put on my workout wear and started. My legs were killing me. I finished and felt fantastic and also laughed because I completed my goal in a couple of days. Next goal set is to complete the whole thing jogging. Oh boy!! Wish me luck. Lol

  • This vid is 3 years old, but I’ll post this in case someone is still around for accountability. I’ll start today and will do this workout everyday. I know myself, I know I’m not good with long term goals, so I’ll start with only a week. Wish me luck!!

  • Been doing indoor jogging, cardio kickboxing and power walking exercises for almost 2 years now, and they have become boring. This is a little too easy but I alternate the jog with high knees. This will add variety to my everyday workout. Maybe you can do a higher intensity video sometime. Good job!

  • Thanks so much, I stayed in step with you and finished the 5K— first ever. Your pace did not wear me out! I have a harder time on a treadmill, for sure, but this is a real help during stay at home period. Thank you!

  • This video is great! I am a new runner, and right now I want to be able to run a 5k without taking walking breaks. I think your videos will really help me get there! Also, I really want to enter a 5k in the spring and finish it in ender 30 minutes. I’ll continue training and hopefully I’ll get there! ��

  • Do you think you could mention how many bpm do the walk, respectively run intervals have? And if you also add the timestamps in a pinned comment that would make this and the rest of your videos even more awesome and helpful. ����
    ETA: Also, it’ll be awesome if you could make more 5k videos, with varying bpm counts, as some of us are just starting out running.:)

  • DNF= Did not finish = do NOT fail = does not fail!! I am not a runner and do not plan to be a runner. However this video bother to me with all the talk of failure! The progression I went through from being someone who felt like she had to perform in order for people to except her was like it says I must not feel too I do not fail! I do not believe in that word! To me, even entering a marathon is not a failure it is a huge success! Starting a 100 K is a fabulous success The fact that you finished a 100 K is astounding! We do not fail. They are all opportunities to learn! I am really struggling right now. I went on my cruise and I gained 6 pounds! Was it a failure? It used to be in my eyes but now I feel it was a learning lesson! I knew what I did wrong I made those choices, they were poor choices but I made them and they are in my past! Now it is up to me to reach the goal I had reached right before leaving end it will take work! Am I a bit angry? Yes! Point but in no way do I consider myself a failure or that I even failed! I did love this work out and I did the best that I could. I almost felt like when I would go back to walking that you were saying I was failing! I feel that by even trying to do the work out I was trying thing! Oh well! It just was a bit bothersome to me. I try to take the word failing!!! As you can tell, my phone is failing to hear me or make out my southern accent! Anyhow, love the work out and planned to run longer next time! Just had to say some stuff about my taking failing out of my vocabulary.

  • Wow. I mean your videos are truly inspiring and they’re a great source of workout. I just finished this video and ran the whole time; I did intervals with five minutes of jogging/running and then one minute of high knee jogging. I also watched another one of your videos and ran for 25 minutes. In total that adds up to 8km today. I usually run outside but the weather wasn’t that great today and I really wanted to get my workout for the day so I searched on youtube for exercising videos and your channel popped up and I am truly grateful. And it’s also really fun to run with your stories in the background. Thank you and keep up the good work❤️

  • Usually I get tired of running on the spot during home workouts so I just stop but your video is so encouraging it made me keep going I enjoyed it so much,definitely felt my calves burning. I did your intervals up to half way when i just kept jogging through them:))

  • This has been a major mood-enhancer for my wife and I during the ongoing coronavirus lockdown here in Israel. Thank you so much for this great video, your professionalism, and your kind and encouraging manner. I hope and trust you are well!

  • Love love love your run/walks! I workout in the mornings and do a run/walk with you in the evenings to add more steps and burn a few more calories without overtaxing my body. My cardiovascular endurance has really increased and I always look forward to running (well actually jogging lol) with you! Thanks a bunch for your videos!

  • did it again today can,t wait for next month eventho i love the i heart month but this running start to get adictive and its nice to mix it up with the hitt and strenght

  • Great workout! I love that you gave alterations to make it less or more challenging. I LOVE that you did not play music in the background, so I could play my own while it was going on. I love that you talked and engaged us while the workout was going on. I am excited to check out more of your workouts!!

  • This was a unique workout. Thanks for the upload! However, I felt it put more strain on my calves than my lungs. Outdoors I tire first because of breathing, but now i stopped because my legs hurt. I’m just curious to what extent this is helping build lung capacity for a 5k outdoors?

  • Thank you it was a great run. Great way for me to ease back into running. You are so correct about the counting and breathing, I used to do the same thing when I used to run.

  • Never have i ever trained for a 5k neither have i ran it, just until now. I ran a 5k in under 30 mins without any previous training. THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!

  • Enjoyed this workout! It’s short enough that I can fit it in in the morning before work, but feels like I’m still getting something accomplished:-)

  • Hello! Can i ask? What if i jog every day for 1 hour? Is it possible to lose my beer belly when i do 1 hour every day? I started in April 2:) sometimes i do 35-60 mins is it ok to do different mins of jogging at home? Tnx and Godbless!!

  • Great workout! I don’t have a treadmill and its too cold to run outside, this was perfect! Got my heart racing and sweat dripping, just what I was looking for!

  • Nice workout, easy movements, i sweat and was able to follow all time at my own pace, i wish you could have a quick stretch routine at the end, thanks for sharing.

  • Surprisingly, I liked this. Miraculously, I actually finished it! You should consider making a longer one. Maybe this is what I need to start my goal of running a 5K!

  • I absolutely love this workout! The mini bodyweight exercises reduced the monotony of simply running. You briefly touched on the proper way to breathe during running to increase endurance. Please consider addressing the appropriate way to breathe during one of your future run videos. Perhaps you have already done this, and I haven’t found that particular workout. My background is high-impact aerobics breathing is everything during a high-impact routine. My husband and I are retired and are fulltime RVers traveling all over the US. You workouts have given me gym-quality workouts in a limited space. Thank you so much for all the workouts and your words of encouragement. Suzanne

  • Love this 1:5 workout! This time last year, I was 50lbs heavier and did not like jogging. Now I have more energy and jogging is one of my favorite workouts. I’m still 20 lbs away from my goal and hope to start jogging outdoor by next spring. I may not comment on every one of your workouts but 90% of my workouts are yours. Your first marathon “failed” is not a failure because you did not quit running. You became a wiser and better runner. You taught me to run/jog safer and because of that, I ended up enjoying it! Thank you Pahla!

  • Nice mix, I have a suggestion can you add a sound (like 2 bips ) in the middle for people who wants to know when to turn around and go back home?

  • Thank you.
    I’m gonna be honest,I don’t think I did correctly one or two exercises but overall you helped me alot.
    I didn’t want to do it because I’m lazy, but I actually did it until the final beep.
    The hardest was the last one because I could barely hold myself but I did it at the same time as you.
    I have no idea who you are because I was just searching some indoor walking endurance videos and i found yours. Now I’m all sweaty xD.
    You got a sub!
    Btw, for someone who does not have the habit of doing this or has never done this at all, how many times do you recommend doing it ( like per week, per day etc etc)?

  • Hey.. Today i did this it was amazing…but i have one doubt that if will do this regularly then will it affect my knees?? Please do reply

  • This is one of my all time favorites and just what I needed. I find it funny that your clock chimed at the exact time the plank hold was done!:) Day 1 of week 8/14! Grateful!

  • I just completed my first exercise and it was great. I’ve decided to make some lifestyle changes and get this weight under control. I’m hoping to become a runner, gain endurance and strength. I’m excited to see where it may take me.������

  • Hey i found your vid searching for run at home in google and I just did my first half marathon in November and trying to maintain during these too cold to run outside months. It was great and so informative. I had trained without a trainer and your insights were so helpful. Thank you!

  • The sort of workout I need if it’s raining and I don’t feel like facing the elements or simply as an alternative to running. Thankyou.

  • You were so nice to run along with. Even for a seasoned jogger this was great to get an extra mile or two in so thank you very much. Sharing the running love! Awesome:)

  • Due to Covid-19 I haven’t been able to go to the gym. I dont like to exercise alone, and cardio is my favorite. Thank you so much for making this video cause now I don’t have to run alone. I use to run cross country, so this video will help me get back in shape!!

  • My gym was closed today and I really wanted to go running I usually run on the treadmill in the winter instead of outdoors and I’m so glad I found this! This is so much nicer than other youtube cardio workouts where they are always talking about weight loss/toning your body throughout. I want running to be a time to relax, not worry about my body! Thank you!

  • You are so sweet and cute, I coldn’t talk and run at the same time! You are amazing! Thank you for the 5K, I feel energetic again!

  • I used this as one of My training runs for my 5k every other day and the next days I run an hour well dehydrated and take water during the hour. Is this ok way to train for a 5k? I change up the 30 minute training each time. I love your videos!! Thanks so much.

  • thank you from the bottom of my heart, I’ve not exercised in 4 months and have a broken rib which is 50% healed and winter here in the uk is grim and takes its toll on the mind, its been extra tough this winter due to the rib and no exercise, i was going to wait till end of march to go running again so to find this and then 26 mins later i feel so happy and awesome!!!! yay, endorphins)))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))))) thank you so so much

  • to prepare for a 1,500 meter run at school, is it enough to just do this everyday for 5 days?? or do i have to do more to build up my stamina??

  • Did this work out this a.m. Love your walk/run work outs. Started a few weeks ago with the 5k 1 minute walk, 1 minute run interval. I’m 64 and lost 27 lbs about a year and a half ago. Your work outs are great. I cannot believe how great I feel. You ARE the Queen B

  • I recently had wrist surgery, so had to modify quite a bit…still haven’t figured out how to get decent arm work into my routine…

  • Love all about this. After doing this three times, it would appear, my ZEN pace is just a notch below yours. I tried to keep pace with you, but it didn’t feel right, so brought it down a notch and found it! Each time I do this, I think maybe, just maybe, I could run outside…but then….maybe not! 😉 Day 1 of week 5/14 ROUND TWO! FOREVER GRATEFUL!

  • This is definitely one of my all-time favorites. Been doing a lot of walking and jogging and running with the wrist and elbow issues. Repeated exercises that involve the wrist, made it work.

  • I LOVED this workout! I thought it was so important to hear how your found the insight to learn from your failures. I taught for over 30 years and one thing I stressed is that mistakes are lessons to teach you that your approach was incorrect or that there had to be another way to tackle your problem.

    My failure in this ‘running thing’ was in trying to do too much too soon. It was brand new to me ( I NEVER really ran in my life…not even in grade school) and when I started your programs I loved it. I ended up with achilles problems, and plantar fasciitis pain. What I learned is that even though I loved the new sport, it was more important to take days off than to push through the pain. Now I only do your running programs two-three days a week, rather than every day. On the other days I do weight training or stretching exercises. I also may get in a 1-2 mile walk on my ‘off’ days. I just hated the idea that it was too much for me to run everyday at my age (69). Now I realize that I’m never going to really put myself in a race situation because it’s not really something I aspire to. However, I still have the hope of entering a 5k with our youngest son who runs. He will run it, but I’ll never run the whole thing. However, I will run/walk it and really feel accomplished if I make it to the finish line!

    Please keep your wonderful videos coming. They’re great and so are you!

  • What is the difference between running and jogging?:-) please let me know, so i wont be jogging where i am suppose to run. Love these wonderful workouts

  • This was exact;y what I was looking for. I am training for a 5K and it has been too cold to run outside. Thank you for this jog workout. My Fitbit said I did 2 miles:)