Interval Treadmill Workout

 

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Structure of a High-Intensity Interval Treadmill Workout. A HIIT workout begins with a warmup and then progresses to one-minute work intervals at 80 to 90% effort, followed by a two-minute recovery interval at an easier effort, repeated for several cycles. Your recovery intervals should be at your warmup effort. The Run/Walk Treadmill Interval Workout Olympian/master trainer Grayson Fertig shares a fast-paced treadmill interval workout that alternates between walking and running. (See more about why it’s totally acceptable to walk during your runs.). Interval training is a method of alternating high intensity exercises (85% target heart rate) with lower intensity exercises (70% target heart rate).

It can be incorporated into almost any exercise routine, including a treadmill workout. The Ultimate Treadmill Workout to Increase Speed This workout was created by Lisa Rainsberger, founder of Training Goals, Colorado Springs. It’s.

Implementing intervals into a treadmill workout is incredible for increasing calories burned, the afterburn effect, and improving your VO2 max (a.k.a. your cardiovascular ability). Here’s an epic HIIT treadmill workout to get you breathless and burn a lot of calories in a. Treadmill workouts can be some of the most efficient, challenging, calorie-burning routines around. The key is intervals.

With intervals, instead of trudging along at a. The Basic Sprint Interval Here’s your ideal HIIT treadmill workout — and it’s pretty simple too. Warm up with a quick 3-minute jog, then immediately boost the speed so you’re sprinting as fast as. Longer intervals of, say, 4 minutes are better for HIIT treadmill workouts than short intervals of 15 to 60 seconds.

High, sprint-like intensities on the treadmill are more suited for advanced runners. They require a certain degree of running techniqueand experience to be able to sprint on a treadmill safely and without the risk of injury. The two most common ways to train on a treadmill are by doing intervals and by doing steady state cardio. Steady state cardio is where you walk at a medium pace for a long period of time, usually about 1 hour. Interval training alternates between levels of high intensity with levels of rest or low intensity lasting about 1/2 an hour.

Spice up your cardio and target belly fat with intervals! This 30-minute treadmill workout plays with speed and changes minute to minute. And switching speeds like this not only improves your.

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Workout 2: Tabata Sets Perform a 10-to-15-minute warm-up, then complete 8 rounds of 20 seconds of a single exercise (burpees, jumping jacks, mountain climbers, kettlebell swings, squats, treadmill running, cycling, rowing machine—you choose) with 10 seconds of rest between rounds.

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If you want to use the treadmill, most of them have an interval setting.

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Basically, if you’re doing HIIT in the traditional way, you want to warm up for about 4 minutes, then go hard at your fastest pace through your favorite cardio (a 30-second row, stationary bike, elliptical, treadmill, or stair-stepper “sprint”).

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Using an exercise bike, a treadmill, or an elliptical trainer, or doing intervals of sprints and walking, you work out to your maximum intensity for 20 to 30 seconds, then move gently for 90 seconds, then repeat the sequence for a total of eight cycles.

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An example of interval training includes doing a five-minute warm up, with a ten-minute interval to bring your heart up for thirty seconds, then down to target heart rate for ninety seconds, and finishing with a five-minute cool down.

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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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The cool-down for this workout is 10 minutes of running with the intensity descending from aerobic to easy.

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It consists of two “dynamic” exercises—running in place with high knees for thirty seconds, then burpees for thirty seconds—followed by 30 seconds of active rest in the form of a plank.

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If you want to learn more about interval training, check out LevelUpYourLife.com.

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If you plan on doing your interval workout on a bike or aerobic machine, you can skip your walk and instead do an easy 10 to 20 minutes as a warmup.

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