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Treadmill Calorie Calculator. The general formula for calories burned while running is as follows: Minutes spent running * (MET*3.5*weight in kg)/200. If you do not know what your MET (Metabolic Equivalent of Task) is, use this formula to derive it: MET= [ (0.2*Speed)+ (0.9*Speed*%Grade)+3.5]. So if you ever want an extremely precise number of calories burned, then plug your numbers into that formula.

Calories Burned on Treadmill with Interval Training High Intensity Interval Training or HIIT is a very efficient method to burn more calories in less time period. By incorporating HIIT in your cardio exercise, you’ll burn twice that of your regular cardio, mainly because it makes use of both the aerobic and anaerobic energy systems. Increase the treadmill’s speed, incline or both to burn more calories during your HIIT workouts.

As an example of how this works, jogging at 6 mph on a flat deck burns about 2 calories per minute. Interval Training Burns Calories If you typically run or walk on the treadmill at a fairly steady pace, interval training will let you burn more calories in the same amount of time. When you do.

A person weighs 180 pounds (81.65kg) and works at a treadmill desk (a task that has a MET value of 2.3) for 1 hour (60 minutes). Calories Burned from working at a treadmill desk (per minute) = (2.3 x 81.65 x 3.5) ÷ 200 = 3.29. Calories Burned from working at a treadmill desk (for 60 minutes) = 3.29 x 60 = 197. Sources and External Resources. Cindy Wasilewski and Jeff Baird have designed treadmill workouts lasting 20, 30, 0r 60 minutes that are deemed effective in promoting burning calories to help in weight loss.

Cindy Wasilewski is the fitness manager at The Lodge at Woodloch Spa in Pennsylvania while Jeff is the owner of Chaos Conditioning located in Atlanta. That’s why running on a treadmill costs you less calories. If you’re running at a casual speed of 9 km/h (5.6 mph), the energy cost of air resistance while running on solid ground is approximately 0.84 calories per kilometer (assumes no extra wind to overcome). That is about 1.2% more calories burned in comparison to a treadmill run.

Treadmill Calculator: Return Preview Page: It variously verifies it from the running record of a monotonous treadmill. Please input the gradient, the speed, the running time, the mileage, and weight, etc. Calories burned: Kcal: Combustion of body fat: oz / g: METS: In Energy: KWh (Electric heater 1000W: min) (Light bulb 100W: hour.

Exercise Calorie Calculator Help Information The calories burned calculator calculates an estimate of the number of calories burned for a wide range of activities. Enter your weight and the duration of exercise, click the calculate button and the calculator will calculate the calories burned. Someone weighting 70 Kg or 154.3 lb on treadmill burns 80.5 calories in 30 minutes.

This value is roughtly equivalent to 0.02 pound or 0.37 ounce or 10.4 grams of mass (fat and/or muscle). on treadmill 3 times a week for 30 minutes will burn 0.28 pound or 0.13 Kg a month.

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

“Mini Habits for Weight Loss: Stop Dieting. Form New Habits. Change Your Lifestyle Without Suffering.” by Stephen Guise
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The charts will allow you to determine how long you should exercise to burn a specific number of calories (e. g., 10 cal/min for 10 min will burn 100 cal).

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Depending on the device’s capabilities, it can track steps, heart rate, floors climbed, distance, pace, active minutes, and calories burned.

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Many treadmills also come with a set of preprogrammed workouts and a heart­monitor hookup.

“Fitness For Dummies” by Suzanne Schlosberg, Liz Neporent
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Each brand has several options available, from basic step counters (pedometers) to deluxe models that track steps, flights of stairs climbed, and sleep patterns and have built-in wrist heart rate monitors.

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To put it into perspective, the average person can burn about 10 calories per minute during a moderate intensity aerobic activity, less if they work at a lower intensity.

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A fun way to check how much you are exercising is to get a step counter.

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Check out your local fitness-equipment stores for pricing, or do an online search for “heart-rate monitor.”

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More-advanced systems include automated blood pressure, heart rate, and temperature monitors, including preset instructions to regulate speed, duration, and exercise intensity with a treadmill, bicycle ergometer, stepper, rower, swim flume, or other exercise apparatus.

“Exercise Physiology: Nutrition, Energy, and Human Performance” by William D. McArdle, Frank I. Katch, Victor L. Katch
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The number of calories burned with running is greater by about one-third than an indoor treadmill, Stairmaster, or stationary bike.

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  • what if my treadmill´s max speed is 12? like 12km/hour…. I mean it´s not really a sprint, I´m definitelly one of those people doing it wrong, but it just feels so satisfactory to run for an hour listening to your favourite music… and after getting warmed up I run on the highest speed….what to do:D

  • I just got a manuel treadmill with an incline and it provides an intensive workout. I do a 30 minute workout where I walk/jog/run and at the end of my 30 minutes I’m sweating profusely!

  • Ultimately, I came across a diet that is easy to understand. Soon, I can lose 6 more lbs with “sowo hope site” (make sure to google it! ).

  • Hey so doing one of these 10 min workouts every other day is enough to see results? They’re so perfect since I hate being on the treadmill for so long but it’s hard to believe that 10 min is enough for one day

  • During this difficult pandemic, exercise has been what has kept my spirits up. Running makes me feel so rejuvenated and exercise allows me to be the mom and wife my family needs. I come from a family who doesn’t exercise much and eating healthy isn’t a priority. I am proud that my husband, Tony and I have been able to instill these values in our lives and I know our son, Simon will be proud of the way we take care of our bodies and our minds. I hope to be able to continue eating right, moving often and resting well during this quarantine. A treadmill would be the coolest thing I have ever won!!:)

  • I need to win! I’m currently 30 weeks along with baby #4! I need to get back in shape after baby gets here so I can keep up with my kiddos and go on walks/ hikes with them. Thanks for doing this giveaway Dusty and Erin!

  • I just found out this video now, I’m tired of my basic treadmill (30″ sprint/30″ rest) so I can’t wait to try new things! the one with jump squats seems so so hard!!

  • What am I doing wrong, it says the workout is 24 minutes but it says 30/30 so 1 min per exercice, 4 exercises make 4 minutes per round and there are 4 rounds so 16 min?

  • This would be awesome. We had a super old one that broke our 2nd week into lock down and we’re both out of work so a new one just isn’t possible. This would be such a blessing to keep our family healthy. Thank u for the chance to win and for all the wonderful health tips.

  • I love how realistic this gym workout looks. A lot of fitness people showed their best smile while workout and it made it looked so easy. But she is the one fitness youtuber that I watch bc she always being real! It’s just my opinion, I don’t mean to offend anyone:)

  • You should do a comparison of how many calories you burn after a HIIT workout vs a weight/resistance workout:D Love the experiment videos!

  • After watching your video, I went down and did a workout on my OLD treadmill. A new one like this would be amazing to continue and improving my endurance!!!

  • Loved the video! Great motivation! I would like to win because I just started a 30 day health journey! In this health journey I am training myself to have self-control with my eating! I am a recovering binge eater. I eat my emotions which is not healthy! I want to gain more muscle as well and I want to be strong for summer! I’ve struggled with hating myself for years and I trained myself to think that my body was ugly and needed to be perfect. So because I hated my body I worked out and tried to fix it. I had an experience where I was deeply hurt and ever since then I’ve struggled with binge eating. I’ve been to councilors and still struggle with my pain everyday. But in 2020 I finally understood that working out is a form of self love and now I’m able to look forward to my workouts! It’s amazing! I am trying to get stronger and healthier for myself alone. I want to become a better version of myself this year. Thanks for all your videos! I love them! I would love to have the treadmill to keep me motivated to move and strengthen my body. I also have never had a treadmill before so I think it would be a fun new experience for me.

  • My husband and I would benefit from winning this treadmill tremendously! I am an active stay at home mom who loves your channel and my husband is a Marine and we do all we can to keep a healthy lifestyle and this would be an added bonus that we’d use daily!:D

  • I would benefit from a Bowflex Treadmill because my treadmill has been broken down and I’m really missing it right now. I have thyroid issues and pituitary damage that affects my weight so it’s very important that I exercise. ����❤ Thanks for the opportunity and motivation!

  • I had a treadmill, however, during Hurricane Florence, our garage flooded, and I lost my treadmill! My husband tried to fix it, but where we live there is brackish water salt and river water combined. We had evacuated for 4 days, and when we returned, we found it had been damaged by the water in the garage. I really enjoy a good walk/run on a treadmill and used mine often, until like I said, the flood. I would love a Bowflex BX216 treadmill to replace the one I had. I recently turned vegan in January, and enjoy watching the YouTube videos of Erin, Dusty and little Max. I have followed many of their recipes and tried the vitamins and different products they speak of. They are such a cute couple/family!

  • I have a question that has yet to be answered. I am on psych meds and cannot seem to lose weight. I have been on psych meds that supposedly will enable me to lose weight, but they come with terrible side effects. I have been to an endocrinologist/nutritionist and he spoke out of two sides of his mouth. First, he said that the psych meds I’m on do not interfere with metabolism and then, second, he asked me if I wanted to be put on a daily inoculation of a drug that stops the brain from thinking it needs to eat. I just want to get in shape AND lose weight. Do you have any suggestions? I am 5’6 and weigh 208 lbs.

  • I am a stay at home mom of two little babies and I was just planning on starting to go to the gym this spring but now everything is closed and it’s really hard to get back into fitness without having the proper equipment.
    The treadmill would be perfect for being able to run. Before I had my kids I was able to run up to 5 miles and really want to get back into running and being healthy.

  • How about making a video about “how to slim your legs without gaining muscle” like how to make it slimmer and not wider if you know what I mean����

  • I have always wanted a treadmill, however the cost has been out of my reach. I live in NY & it gets cold here in the winter which makes it hard to get in exercise. My job is pretty sedentary so having the option to keep my steps up even in the cold months would be pretty awesome!

    Btw: Your home gym is really well equipped!

  • I’ve lost 20kg with this program
    Best program i’ve come across as I’ve been struggling a lot with weight loss
    Check it out it’s awesome:

  • What a great give away!! I would love to win this to get healthy and drop the weight. Thanks for sharing your way of life with the world.

  • My husband has recently gotten me into running and I would love to have the option to run inside when the winters here in Nebraska decide to last forever! It’d be so nice to be able to run inside rather than freezing outside!

  • I would love to win the treadmill for my family we r #WFPB and on our own wellness journey. This would be such an incredible addition to our @ home workout. Thank you for the opportunity ������

  • My calories burnt at rest are A LOT lower than your’s. However, I burn a good 120 extra calories within the first hour after a 15 min HIIT session. And i thing that is pretty damn good. Love live love HIIT

  • I would love to win this treadmill, I never really felt that I have “deserved” to win anything so it is difficult to articulate this in a way that I think reflects how I feel. Honestly, I would like to win this treadmill as I would put it to great use. I am a vegan and I love to run. I own a small goat rescue in which the animals receive so much love and respect as we are called to watch over them, not to command the animals. I have always loved fitness and exercise and I want to bring that love to others. My goal in life is to save others and to help them get healthy. I am currently in school to become a nurse and later a functional health physician and I believe that plants have the amazing power to heal. Due to my nursing and paying for it out of pocket I can’t afford to purchase a treadmill and the area I live in isn’t conducive to running outdoors. With this treadmill I believe that it would improve my performance and allow me to help others in doing so too. I use running as a ministry also. As a Christian I try to incorporate my beliefs into everything I do and especially running. I feel so blessed to be able to move, eat, and rest the way I do and I try to help others find a world of health and belonging with that. I am so grateful for your YouTube Chanel and all the giveaways your family does and I would just love to win such an amazing piece of equipment. Thank you guys for being able to do this and always having a loving and generous heart. I truly am grateful for this opportunity. ❤️

  • You don’t burn fat exercising, you burn calories. You burn fat on a caloric deficit when you sleep IMHO. Great video! Keep it up and more power.

  • Thank you (and Bowflex) so much for enabling us to participate in this giveaway. As a healthcare worker in a long term facility; having this awesome treadmill to use after my shift would allow me to work out the inherent stress that comes with the job, and to bathe in those sweet endorphins��. God bless you, and Happy Easter����

  • Thanks for this workout! It’s so fun to move with you. I fully believe your comment on pushing yourself because we’re so much more capable than we know. I had my second child and would like this machine for my indoor days with my little ones in sight. All my workouts are with them, and with this machine I can get back to pushing myself even when they’re with me. I’m a physical therapist, trying to lead by example and be healthy for my family, patients, and loved ones. Thank you for all your inspirations!!

  • I go to work full time and go to school full time so the only “me” time I ever get is by going to the gym and getting my sweat on. Not being able to go to the gym has been really hard for me �� I’ve been trying to get outdoors for runs and walks but it’s been raining heavily for the last few days. I feel like having a treadmill in the house would help my mood and health tremendously �� thank you for the opportunity to win one! I know whoever wins will be super grateful for it ��

  • Maybe it’s because a have a sportsband and not a heart rate monitor but how do you burn that many calories in a 20 minute rutine??? I’m doing 15-20 minute HIIT workouts and I burn like 130 calories, maybe my band is not that accurate��

  • I would LOVE to win this treadmill!!! Since Covid started I have found myself really missing my gym so much! I don’t have any equipment at home, just a few free weights. My gym routine was really an outlet for me to help manage depression and anxiety I deal with and I’ve really been missing that part of my routine so much during all of this. What an incredible giveaway this is! <3 <3 <3 I would love love love having this treadmill!!!! (I'm @Karabear_fit on instagram)

  • I
    would benefit because with small babe, it’s not always easy to go running outside in the city. After doing a half marathon a few years ago, I’m dying to do another one soon! Thank you for the opportunity to enter! Love your page!

  • I know this is old, but genuinely curious as to what your true resting heart rate is? Or your VO2 max. Have you ever had it tested? Also do you have any content on your experience with the Iron Man? Can you tell I’m bored? lol Also, injured so just dreaming of my next adventure when my foot heals.:)

  • If you could only afford to buy 1 which do you recommend treadmill or bike?’ My problem area has always been stomach and back fat I literally have ballerina legs and arms lol
    Thanks I really need to invest in one machine I’m attracted to both but curious what you think is best for belly back and midsection. I feel like I can def do more variations of workouts w a treadmill

  • Hey guys! I was wondering what it the best way to build up my strenght in doing pushups. Is it better to do pushup on the knees or to do it lets say on a bench and then gradually lower on the ground? I hope what I wrote makes sense:) You’re awesome! Thanks xx

  • I live in Denmark and been following you guys for some time now! Love your content!

    Would love to win this, so I can be a rolemodel for My Kids doing the winter at home!
    Keep up the good work!

  • I started to do hiit training for almost 3 months and my body is changing drastically. I would always do 20 mins every time, burn 280-300 cals, and no I would not stop. Go hiit and lift!whoooooo!!!!

  • So many benefits of winning my own Bowflex treadmill! I could run or walk regardless of the weather, I could run while my baby naps, my husband would be able to use it as well, & I’d love to be able to look at all my treadmill stats from the app! Fingers crossed for me!����

  • Love eat move rest and everything they represent and I listen to everythingthey put out! Will be embarking on journey to do half marathon. I will share this treadmill with my neighbors and others who are not able to get to the gym and would like to run safely. Thank you for this wonderful gift and opportunity!

  • Happy Easter!! Thanks for posting a give away! I love following your channel and it has helped me be better and live a better life while helping animals to live better lives. I was recently diagnosed with Hashimoto’s. Movement is key for me to get better. I work long hours and don’t make it home till midnight. My work days has extended because of the pandemic. (Love working in a food factory!) Walking is the best thing I can do for myself and that’s why I would love to have this tredmil. It will benefit my life so much and help me to continue to heal. I will be be able to exercise and destress when I get home. Thanks again for all you do! Instagram: @plantsearthtrees

  • I think I HIIT the treadmill too hard the last time, and my left calf muscle is tight. Should I still my regular treadmill workout (30 mins) today? Also, is it efficient enough for me to do workouts every other day, with HIIT every other workout?

  • My wife and I are all about fitness, family, and eating healthy. As a Marine married to a fit stay at home mom, it would highly benefit us to have a Bowflex BXT216 treadmill in our home. We don’t want to go with any other brand and we both love to run!

  • How long have you had your MyRun treadmill? Hard to find reviews on it. How do you like it? How does it compare to a gym treadmill like a Woodway or LifeFitness? Any issues with it? Thanks!

  • what I love about my gym is that instead of buttons for the speed it has a switch. Thus making HIIT cardio that much easier. But the best way is to run outside on a track.

  • Hey, I’m 15, lost 20 pounds, 13.5% body fat, but I still have a sort of bubble of fat on my lower abdomen. What do you
    guys recommend I do?

  • I don’t understand how these girls do all this work without looking sweaty at all. I lift one weight and my face is dripping sweat

  • Now that’s what an HIIT training should look like, I have gone close to the level of laying on the ground when you’re finished and barely being able to walk to the car, if you do a HIIT workout and you are still smiling and barely sweating than that’s not HIIT, props to this girl who is not bullshitting anybody by selling fake workouts and abusing names

  • is 1 hour of fasted LISS good enough to burn a decent amount of fat? how many hours would be the “optimal”? i have two days in the week that i have a lot of free time

  • Running has always been my mental release and now during these times of uncertainty, having something I can lean on would be wonderful. My current treadmill recently broke down (had it for many years). Not having a job currently means no income coming in to be able to purchase a new one… how sweet it’d be to have a Bowflex Treadmill taking its place ��☺️ Hope to get the chance to win this gem! Will be sharing it with a close friend of mine to enter as well whom I’ve been missing dearly while social distancing �� Sending much love �� XO

  • I would love this treadmill!!! I gave up my gym membership after having my second child because working full time and having two kids I just did not have the time to get there, so I work out from home. I run when the weather allows but being in New England there is a lot of periods of time when running outdoors is out of the question!!! This treadmill would be an amazing way to get the running in that I love no matter what season!!!!!

  • This is seriously helpful thanks guys! I started my journey at 340 lbs and currently lost 75lbs and my weightloss has slowed! I have been vlogging my journey if anyone does want to check it out! Thanks again guys it’s a big help! ����

  • Hey Krissy
    Could you show us how to use cable machines at the gym? I always get confused and I’m not confident. I think a video from you explaining would help so much!

  • As a registered nurse who has to be at work by 6:30am, I would LOVE this treadmill! Waking up early around 4am to run in the dark outdoors is not the safest thing for me! I’d love to be able to run indoors at my house! �� Y’all are awesome! Liked and shared with friends and family! ����

  • How long would you recommend warming up for before hand? And would it be best to cool down at the end of the workout? So by that should I walk for 5 mins or so before stepping off?

  • HIIT Cardio workouts are my favorite!!!����‍♀️���� I love this variation and cannot wait to give it a try! Hopefully in the comfort of my own home with my own Bowflex treadmill!!��

  • Did they show dude with that big ass herpie on his lip to also show that NOT ONLY will your body be sore a couple of days but you will also get a herpie too if you don’t warm up BEFORE exercising???

  • i walk about 15 min. from home to the gym. does that counts as a worm up? or the worm up must be exactly before i start on the treadmill?

  • What an awesome giveaway!! running is my saving grace in life, it brings calm, clarity, strength, accomplishment and joy to my mind & body. and a gym membership isn’t in the finances and this is something the whole family could participate in, we could do a race��

  • Always looking for different workout for the treadmill. Thanks for sharing. Unfortunately we don’t have social media to follow your other accts and have a chance to win. Would of loved to enter.

  • hey.
    please tell me which treadmill ia better?
    1) Jogway T18A treadmill.
    2) Daily youth GT5 treadmill.
    please search on internet and check spec and let me see.

  • Mama you’re goals here! ❤️ This is great info on how to maximize a running workout and how to push oneself. I hope to win this so I can stay fit and be a fit family too! EMR ⚡️

  • Omg what a great giveaway! Would love to win especially right now not being able to get outside and move like we’d like���� you guys are so awesome!


  • What an amazing giveaway!! Would love to win a treadmill with gym closings and Nebraska’s unpredictable weather (snow on Easter ��) making it more difficult to get our runs in!

  • Just discovered you here Natacha, and I really appreciate your down-to-earth, realistic videos…nothing is fake on you, and it’s refreshing to see someone with natural body parts, functional exercises and genuine tips here. Keep it up!

  • Guys, I love Hanna but she is doing HIT in a very very wrong way….. This is all about giving your best for 15-20 seconds, and then rest for the double or even triple the amount you run. If you do what ahe does, 20 sec on and 10 off, you will never be able to give your best. ����

  • I just wanted to thank you. After discovering your channel my whole life’s changed. I used to have bad relationship with food. Im happy that i can say “used to”. Thx for inspiring me. With ur help i can enjoy my life and food������

  • Somebody help me….
    I have been running everyday and eating healthy and I don’t think I’m stress.
    I’m not overweight and definitely not skinny,
    but I’m still not losing fat, my tummy is so big,
    I don’t know why.
    Why is nothing working for me, I tried running and I’ve tried ab workouts nothing works ��

  • I currently live with my parents. My dad has a few health issues so I made it my mission to help him live a healthier life. I cook them vegan food, make them green smoothies every morning and make sure they take their supplements before the day ends. I’ve even enrolled in a few online health classes to better help my parents. I know a healthy plant based diet is most important, but so is physical exercise. We don’t go outside much due to everything going on and I would love to win this for the family so we could continue living a healthy and fit lifestyle! Thank you for giving people the opportunity to win his amazing gift, especially during these rough times! I love watching your journey on YouTube and IG #veganfamilygoals

  • I love you i watched your videos begging of 2019 for building my shape with muscles training and i can i see it definitely and informative video

  • my current workout routine guideline:
    *improv if on time restriction
    *start using best of best exercises for muscle growth and weight loss for quicker results
    *Find all exercises and different stretches at
    *look at this as a guide and copy exercises and more simplified version into notebook/pretty workout journal
    1. Choose 2-3 flexibility stretches (can be same as muscles working today or different) & 2-3 specific muscle prep stretches, hold for 30sec-1min each 5-10+ min, legs (calves & glutes & thighs), back, shoulders, arms (biceps & triceps), stomach (abs & obliques), chest
    *screenshot/use from pinterest & prior knowledge
    *can write exercise(s) here if need to remember by name without need of picture

    2. Choose one yoga pose to work and improve on
    *screenshot/use from pinterest & prior knowledge
    *can write exercise here if need to remember by name without need of picture

    3. Choose type of cardio for warmup 5-10 min
    *screenshot/use from pinterest & prior knowledge
    *can write exercise here if need to remember by name without need of picture

    4. Choose 4 exercises for one/group of major body partslegs (calves & glutes & thighs), back, shoulders, arms (biceps & triceps), stomach (abs & obliques), chest
    *can be weightlifting, pilates, machines, dance, etc.
    *work all specific parts of exercises in parentheses
    *screenshot/use from pinterest & prior knowledge
    *can write exercise here if need to remember by name without need of picture

    LegsGlutes & Thighs:








    5. Choose # of reps & order & rep type for each of 3 sets per exercise
    *keep all same rep # & order for each exercise for simplicity
    *break 30-60sec between sets
    *1-9=brute strength, 10-20=endurance strength
    one1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
    two1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
    three1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20
    *mark which exercise is associated with what order
    supersetyes or no
    yes=mark exercises to supersetone, two, or three
    dropsetsyes or no
    yes=mark exercies to dropsetone, two, or three
    *can count by seconds/min instead of reps
    6. Cardio 20-30 min
    *can mark same or different than warmup
    *screenshot/use from pinterest & prior knowledge
    *can write exercise here if need to remember by name without need of picture

    7. Stretch & foam roller/massage muscles 5-10+ min
    *screenshot/use from pinterest & prior knowledge
    *can write exercise here if need to remember by name without need of picture

  • Hey guys! I’d love to win because I am now a stay at home mom + quarantine life and want to keep making workouts easy with a 1 year old! Please & thank you! ��������

  • DO NOT DO THAT TREADMILL CRAZYNESS SHE ADVISE. Its extremely dangerous. You rather go out on the tracking field with a stop watch and to the same “manually”.

  • I’d love to win that treadmill. I’m a 60 year old female that had both knees replaced in 2018 and want and need to remain more active! The past few years have been tough as I lost my oldest son in late 2017��

  • Anyone tested out the Leanpekrone Diet Plan (search on google)? We’ve noticed numerous amazing things about this popular diet plan program.

  • Thank you so much for the opportunity!! Commented on both Instagrams, liked video and shared the video with a friend. Also following all on Instagram!! Good luck to everyone. God bless and stay healthy

  • The incline was killer. Did 5 sets then had to take a 5min break and switch to the nonincline and did 12sets. Thank you so much this was so helpful. Worked up a killer sweat really!! ��Love your videos.

  • Hi! This is my first time watching you guys, and I loved the video! Just one thing.. could you maybe give us an example of a routine for a HIIT training…?

  • Hey Krissy
    Love your videos but I had a couple questions for u. Do u think it is good to do a hiit in the morning and then weight lift later in the day at night? Or is it better to do wieght lighting then hiit at the end of the workout? When do u think is the best time to incorporate hiit because I am trying to lose weight as well as tone my body in need of ur advise!!! Thankbu for taking the time love ya

  • I can do hiit but I’m not sure it’s the fastest way to lose fat. Should I switch to steady state cardio or should I keep doing hiit? What I hate about regular cardio is like you said bores me to death but I would be willing to try it if it’s better than hiit. What do you think?

    And Thank you guys. Stay awesome ����!

  • My heartrate gets up to HITT levels at just jogging. Should i keep pushing through chest pain or is going slow enough for me? I’m not overweight.

  • When I started taking this, I was 220 pounds, but after taking this for one and a half months, I have lost over thirty pounds! Taking this Weight loss green store tea was a big part of my weight loss, but part of it was also watching the carbs and that I ate when I was taking this. It wasn’t hard, too, because Weight loss green store tea always made me feel full even before I started eating! I take a capsule before I eat and suddenly, not so hungry anymore! This is an A+ product and I hope that this helped other people lose weight.

  • Every time I crank it up, it goes down fast Because of heart rate. Annoying. I get random alright. I try for a few minutes of high intensity then slower then repeat.

  • >>233>> Great video, enjoyed watching! By the way, I’m sorry for the long message but I thought I had to share it. I was overweight for quite some time and tried lots of different methods and none worked. Few weeks ago I was an amazing method, that works for me really well, I lost 20 pounds in 2 weeks >> I was fat before and unhappy with myself, nothing helped.. Finally my life is changing for the better now..: ) Hope it helps someone else.>>ced44>>>

  • Disappointingly, I only did half of this work out at the gym. After the treadmill, I felt energized and I went into the little studio the gym has to do my HIIT. Tell me whyyyy two people come in as soon as I put my timer on. The first person went on into their workout groove. The second was facing me, doing their workouts and when they would rest, I could feel them staring. I just couldn’t finish with that, so I left. I will conquer tomorrow.

  • This is stupid and crazy too… You shud not suggest any one to get injured in name of workout… In fact u r unable to do it continuously…

  • The perfect thing to get me out of the rut of staying in quarantine! Thanks so much for sharing the video. I’d love to share this with my family so we could all benefit from a workout at home together with this great treadmill!

  • Ive never commented on your account before, but I thoroughly enjoy your videos! My family has been plant based for about a year now, even got my parents and siblings on board! Im a stay-at-home home-schooling mom, and would love LOVE the convenience this would add to my life! Thanks for all you guys do!!

  • Hi Erin & Dusty my name is Felicia I am from a farm town in Amish Country Ohio.
    I joined your channel this past year and you both are incredibly inspiring. I have tried many of your recipes and home workouts. I appreciate your message and what you stand for. Your healthy way of life has changed my life! I love your trips and living off the land with a plant based diet! Oh and your garden! Mind body and soul. Your video (Before and After going vegan) was my first video and it changed my way of thinking and ultimately changed the way I live my life. Living in a farm town it’s unusual to live a planted based diet but this channel gave me the confidence. You both have positivity that radiates and I look FW to all your videos!! I would love to win this treadmill for my personal health journey, one that is for life. This would help me tremendously. I have the perfect place for it!! I have learned from you both is takes dedication and consistency to live a healthy life and this is something I would use daily and cherish. I would also use this to watch your videos and follow along. That would be awesome! Health and fitness brings me extreme happiness. I doubted entering the giveaway I thought there is a slim chance at winning but then I thought if it’s meant to be it will be and if it’s not I’m excited for the person it belongs to and is blessed with it. I just want to thank you both for your videos and I’m happy you can read my comment I hope it brings a smile to your face, know your channel impacted my life. I don’t have social media so I’ll be creating an account @ Marie Messner. Messner2044. Thank you again for all you do and who you are! ❤️
    Eat Move Rest your best! ����������

  • Did the HIIT routine yesterday at the gym. I felt like I was about to die from wheezing and panting… Now I feel sore but AMAZING. Awesome workout!

  • I so look forward to seeing your workouts and what you eat in a day videos!! Yay!! I grew up in Lincoln and I would benefit from a @bowflex treadmill SO MUCH!! The weather is so unpredictable but I love running. My husband is a medical resident so I don’t have the ability to leave our dog alone for too long to run outdoors (he has high anxiety) and with my husband being in the front lines eight now I want to do everything I can NOT to bring anything off the streets home so he can keep protecting others at work. Thank you for the opportunity! God bless!

  • I’d benefit from winning my very own Boxflex treadmill because turning 50 has been a game-changer. I turned 50 in March and I want to change the trajectory of my health and my family’s health. I want to break the saying that “it runs in the family” unless it is good health, long life, and disease-free that runs in the family. Exercise is a huge part of that change. I would love to have this Bowflex although it won’t be just for me. It would be for my family. Then I can share with others the changes we are making to live a better, healthier, disease-free life.

  • I’m a Frontline Registered Nurse working to help covid patients! It’s been so stressful and the risk is great but it was what I was meant to do! Obviously with long 12-14 hr shifts having a way to give myself some self love with a work out at home would be such a blessing ♥️

  • How many times a week should i do this hiit? Is it ok if i do this hiit and weight training and nog any other cardio? Should i do this on the same day as weight training?

  • Who wouldn’t want to win this treadmill (lol) Walking is one of my favorite forms of exercise. Having this beauty would only make the experience better! Good luck everyone.

  • I’ll do full body lifting and 10-15 min of high intensity (burpees, battle rope, sprints, etc) 3x p/wk.

    **But an underrated fat loss tool is max 15% incline treadmill walking NOT HOLDING ON. Doing 30-45 min @ 3-4mph on non lifting days burns a fuck ton of cals and is surprisingly hard. But it is low impact and allows recovery.

  • Hi just curious what the app is that you’re using to monitor ur heart rate and the calories u burn? Is it a Fitbit thing? Awesome vid btw!!

  • This bowflex would be a blessing to me and my spouse by allowing us to improve our health. It’s a way we could invest in ourselves and hopefully inspire those closest to us to do the same. The time is now!!

  • Eat Move and Rest is a great YouTube channel. I went plant based in Jan 2020. Many thanks to your super recipes. The treadmill is an amazing giveaway. I definitely would use it for HIIT.

  • Not only was this inspiring but for a geeky little nut like me the scientific side was super interesting (: you’re amazing, never stop being all that you are

  • I love cardio and running as long as it’s not on a treadmill!! I have fallen twice off of it and I am scared for life��. Something about having the ground moving under my feet makes me dizzy.
    Great video nonetheless and you look amazing!��

  • Hello, I was just wondering which heart rate monitor and app you use as I’d really like to get one but I’m a bit confused by what’s on the market so far? Thanks xx

  • Winning this treadmill would be an absolute dream!!! I love running outside when it’s nice out and having the ability to step up my workout indoors would be killer! The biggest joy I experience working out at home is being able to set the example of healthy living and body image to my 13 year old daughter! Thank you for your videos and posts. SO encouraging on this health adventure.

  • DOPE workouts!!! Can’t wait to sign up for the new gym ��
    But, I’ve had the experience with some treadmills that they pause/turn off if it can’t tell that you’re on it for 25-30 seconds. I would love to include the squat jumps into my HIIT’s

  • Id love to win! Would be a perfect addition to my basement gym. I’ve lost 25 pounds since having my baby last May! This would be an awesome addition to continue getting healthier!

  • My sole 77 treadmill at it’s top speed of 12 is about max for me anyway at age 65. She may be faster in a sprint than me but I don’t think 50% faster. So when I do a 60 yard sprint in the nearby park, she would do 90 yards? Possible but doubtful. Who makes a treadmill that goes up to 18mph?

  • Prepping for an exam and watching Natacha’s videos and convincing myself “so what if I don’t have the time to workout,atleast my heart is at it”. Love from India ��

  • Krissy, do you have any suggestions on how to schedule your hiit around your leg workouts? Have you done a video on training schedule?

  • I love doing a good cardio session and love treadmills! Have one at home would be a dream come true! I live in the country so making it to the gym can be difficult sometimes ��

  • Yes! I am trading for another marathon and find it difficult with the new lifestyle. My bring my 3 kids on runs but they can’t go more than 3 miles. My husband is working a lot right now so I’m solo. I would use this Dailey while my kids play inside.

  • Hey Natacha, love all the way from India. However, I have one burning question that I know may look really stupid since I have worked out for quite sometime now and considering that this is one of the most basic of all questions that I should know an answer to. But better ask than do something wrong, right?
    I see 15 min HIIT, 20 mins, even 30 mins. long. The other day I read on a fitness & health page that HIIT workouts if you are advanced or intermediate level shouldn’t be more than 15-20 mins max. But I don’t get it. All those 30 min ones, or the 20 mins, they are intense too. They too aren’t that easy. I definitely feel an improvement from the last year I began. But I am still so confused when I look for a total body HIIT workout to do twice or thrice a week.
    Also, can I mix up my HIIT routine during those days I do it or stick with a particular workout routine for 3-4 weeks and then advance from it. I ask because I find some of the HIIT workouts mostly similar to each other. Or am I doing something wrong?

  • Hi guys I’m training to get fitter and stronger. I’ve recently lost about 20kg though dieting, cardio and full body weight trainings. Though my journey my goals have now changed to not just losing weight but getting stronger and fitter to play rugby. I’ve started a 5×5 plan 3 times a week with hiit treadmill. Would you say this is the right way to go about it?

  • Hey! I am new following your channel and I wanted you to know that I definitely LOVE whay you’re making! I have been watching tons of different sport channels and videos and you are the very first one wjho made videos which made me want to follow you and watch aaaall of your videos! I love your smile, the way you speak, you explain, you show, basically everything:)!
    I had one question, which heart rate monitor are you using? Is it a belt? And which brand is it?
    Thank you! And keep going you are awesome ����

  • I appreciate you, youre a lovely person with a big heart. Thank you for donating money from your videos. As well ass using your body for science �� Also love that you keep things real and relatable!!

  • Very Orangetheory based! I love it, since that’s my job!!! hahah APPROVED!:) Just entered the giveaway! I am rehabbing from a major foot surgery! This treadmill would be incredible for my low impact regimen until I am able to start high intensity training again. Then I’m ALL OUT! Love this guys!:) xo

  • Be great if you test this again because research shows hiit really doesn’t burn many extra calories after? Think maybe you would ‘re do this test. X

  • Yeah, sprinting when you’re overweight. Knees, legs, ankles etc * dislikes *…. you’re begging for injury, imagine 100kg + folks running on treadmil?? Yet alone sprint? Best cardio for overweight people are 30 to 60 minutes fast ( but not too fast ) walking. That way you prevent any damage to these weaker areas, you’re also strenghtening them. And if you do that 30 to 60min 5 days a week, you’re gona burn fat! Junk food however needs to be removed

  • As a stay at home ( homeschool) mom of 6, getting healthy is VERY important to me. I started a plant based diet last month. I love following you guys. You make this lifestyle seem so easy and doable��

  • I entered your contest which is fantastic thank you so much I love to work out but I don’t have a trans male I’m also transitioning my eating lifestyle to a healthier one this was great thank you

  • What an amazing giveaway ❤️ I love to run and would love to win this treadmill. My dad has dementia and I’m his caretaker. I’m not able to get to the gym or run outside since I live on a busy road and it’s not safe. Winning this treadmill would be a huge stress reliever! Love your videos ❤️

  • Wow, I’m out from Germany so I have sometimes truble (is that the right way to say, I’m not so good in English) with understanding you, but I really do love your content and I admire you for being that strong.

  • I would LOVE to win this treadmill. It would totally change me completely and finally give me myself some me time (that we all need!). I’ve been through so much in my life so it would be completely amazing if I won this! ����❣️

  • As an exercise physiologist with 27 years of experience thought I would explain exactly how to do HIIT without someone killing themselves since everyone has a different level of exercise tolerance.

    Step 1. Have a heart rate monitor that uses a chest strap or one that goes on the bicep so you can track your heart rate during the workout.

    Step 2. Check your baseline morning resting heart rate before starting. Example 70bpm.

    Step 3. Subtract your age from 220 to get your estimated maximum heart rate. Example 35 years of age -220=185bpm.

    Step 4. Warm up for 5-10 minutes to allow time for your muscles to create heat and blood vessels to dilate.

    Step 5. Get off the treadmill, elliptical, or stationary bike and then stretch.

    Step 6. Get back on the exercise equipment and start at a comfortable pace for 1 minute.

    Step 7. Start exercising at a moderate pace but use resistance or an incline over speed to exercise the working muscles. Doing this will create an oxygen deficit and you will feel the muscles burn due to lactic acid buildup without having to go so fast to cause injury to joints. Example, steep incline on treadmill can even be walked at a fast pace and still achieve the goal, especially if you are extremely overweight because the last thing you want to do is pound your joints and injure yourself. Running is okay too if you are acclimated to running, but you might have a price to pay when it comes to your joints as you get older! Keep that in mind!

    Step 8. The goal for this 1st round is to get your heart rate to 140bpm considering your maximum heart rate is 185bpm OR if your legs burn so badly you cannot continue the exercise to achieve that heart rate of 140bpm OR if you are totally out of breath!

    Step 9. Decrease the resistance or incline and slow down to a comfortable pace to allow for the lactic acid to be flushed from your muscles and allow your heart rate time to recover back to 25-40bpm above your morning resting heart rate (95 to 110), OR 40bpm below your exercise heart rate which in this case your recovery target HR would be 100bpm. Have a second hand clock in plain view so you can see how long it takes for you to recover from this 1st round and we will use that time as your baseline recovery time. Let’s assume it took 60 seconds for your heart rate to recover from 140bpm to 100-110bpm or so. This is very individualized and it may take even longer if you are not physically fit and/or have not exercised in a long time.

    Step 10. Get ready for round 2 by repeating step 7, but this time you will continue until your heart rate reaches 150bpm and then slow down, decrease incline or resistance, etc. and take note of when you begin the recovery phase. Let’s say it took you 60 seconds to recover from 150bpm to 110bpm.

    Step 11. Get ready for round 3 by repeating step 7, but this time you will continue until your heart rate reaches 160bpm and then slow down. NOTE: If you are doing this step properly, you should reach your target heart rate within 30 seconds or less in some cases. If it takes you longer than 30 seconds to achieve your target heart rate of 160bpm, then you are not working out hard enough.

    Step 12. Once you achieve 160bpm take note of the clock and see how long it takes you to recover. If it still takes 60-75 seconds to recover back to your baseline of 120bpm then you are ready to do round 4, but this time your target heart rate will be 170bpm.

    Step 13. Get ready for round 4 by repeating step 7, but this time you will increase the resistance, incline, and/or speed so that you are able to achieve your target heart rate of 170bpm within 20 seconds. Decrease exercise and take note of the clock so you can monitor your recovery time. If it still takes 60-75 seconds to recover to 40bpm less than your exercise HR then you can proceed to round 5.

    Step 14. Get ready for round 5 by repeating step 13 except this time your target heart rate will be 180bpm 5 beats less than your maximum heart rate. You should achieve this heart rate within 20 seconds if you are exercising at the proper pace, resistance, incline, etc.. Decrease exercise and take note of the clock. If it takes 60-75 seconds to recover 40bpm less than your exercise HR, then you can do another round by repeating step 14.

    When are you done?

    1. Whenever it takes more than 75 seconds for your heart rate to decrease 40bpm less than your exercise HR which would be 140bpm in this example.

    2. If your leg muscles are not clearing lactic acid within that time-frame. In other words, your leg muscles are hurting/burning after 75 seconds during the recovery phase. YOU MUST go by how you feel, BUT your heart rate is your best indicator for how stressed your body is. If you continue pushing yourself and it takes 2 minutes to recover back to baseline then you are headed for disaster. Why? Your body will start to increase stress hormones which then puts your body into fight or flight mode activating the sympathetic nervous system. You never want to activate that system and beginners are especially vulnerable so please use caution if you are a beginner at this!

    3. You are exhausted or feeling nauseous, etc.

    4. You have completed a maximum of 20 rounds.

    COOL DOWN and STRETCH: Make sure you cool down for at least 2-5 minutes or until your heart rate returns to below 100bpm if possible. If you pushed yourself too hard it will take several minutes for your heart rate to recover below 100bpm. Stretch lightly as well. DONE!

    How often can you do HIIT? Most people can do HIIT every other day. However, if your morning resting heart rate is 10bpm higher than your average, then skip exercise for that day. The best way to track daily recovery is HRV (Heart Rate Variability). Tracking HRV prevents over-training! I personally use ithlete.

    Every person is different! Some well conditioned athletes might do 20 rounds, while someone just starting out might only do 2-3 rounds, if that.

    The key here is to increase 10bpm every round so the heart acclimates and allows time for blood vessels to dilate even more. Failure to do this puts an extreme amount of exertion on the heart and cardiovascular system and can result in an infarction and/or stroke, especially in older individuals or people who have underlying health conditions. Always consult with your physician for clearance before starting any exercise program, especially if you have been sedentary for years and/or if you are extremely overweight.

    If you have arthritis or other inflammatory diseases you should have your physician check your interleukin inflammatory markers, TNF-alpha, and Lp-PLAC2. If you have endothelial dysfunction combined with vulnerable plaques AND inflammation, then refrain from doing HIIT whatsoever until your markers are under control and your health improves. Failure to do this could result in ruptured plaques which would result in infarction, stroke, and/or embolism and could be fatal.

    NOTE: DO NOT do HIIT if you have just eaten a high fat meal or you RISK DEATH, especially if you have underlying cardiovascular issues. Why? Because blood goes to your stomach to digest the food you ate and if you ate fats with carbohydrates you will have a significant amount of lipids in your blood which results in THICK BLOOD that cannot circulate as efficiently. Combine thick blood with restricted blood vessels and a very fast heart rate while exercising and you are asking for trouble!

    CAUTION: If at any time during the HIIT exercise you feel nauseous, faint, dizzy, or chest pain STOP immediately and consult with your physician.

    I know this may sound complicated and a little scary, but it’s the correct way to do HIIT without injuring yourself and as a professional I tend to use extreme caution when working with people.

    Wait at least 4 hours after eating before you do HIIT or do so first thing in the morning about an hour after a very light breakfast or on an empty stomach in some cases. Sorry for all the info, but it varies so much depending on the individual person and I hate to see someone get hurt. In any case I hope this helps someone.

  • Omg u workout exactly the way I do it..sprinting… yes works. And I incline to the highest limit great for outdoor hills… girl I am with you… it helps of i jog uphill.. Crazy time or weight lose helps with belly fat that’s stubborn.

    All things activated… omg great for lower abs. Love the HIIT… U GOT IT I LIKE THE CHALLENGE OF MUSCLE CONFUSION.


    I like to go to 6.4

  • Benefits of indoor treadmill running => not stepping in dog �� while living downtown haha!! Well that’s 1 benefit. Great HIIT running video I love you guys so much ��

  • Just wondering, where is your heart rate monitor and outfit from? Maybe you could do an overview/lookbook of all the gym clothes you own? Ps. Love all of your videos you’re the most genuine YouTuber ❤️

  • I would benefit from having this treadmill because I need to get back in shape for my little almost one year old and for myself. I need to be around for him for a long time! It will also help me save money by not having to buy one! ❤️

  • Where’s the bell notifications button I can’t find it!?!? Ofc doesn’t stop me from watching your vids Krissy cos they’re the best hehe ��but canny find the �� button xxx

  • If I do this about 4 times a week will I lose weight? I’ve been running about 3 miles everyday for the past month and a half and I’ve stopped seeing results

  • Question firstI sent this to someone via text, does that count as a share? Just wanting to be sure I do it right �� I commented on insta, but I’ll comment here too �� Iowa weather is unpredictable and I get outside with my kiddos as often as possible, but I want to be consistent with something I do for myselfworking out, but I don’t want to take the kiddos to the gym daycare (once it opens back up ��). Thanks guys!

  • Damn girl.. I’m a runner and fitness enthusiast and I kill it on the treadmill each time. From time to time I like to browse on YouTube and see what other things I can do on the treadmill. My highest speed has been 8. Love the combo. Can I be your friend and let’s work out together?, lol. Keep inspiring. ������������❤️��

  • Hey Krissy!! These are killer! I usually just do treadmill sprints, but I’m definitely gonna up the intensity and try one of these methods, thanks!!

  • I have starting my treadmill at level of 5.6 km/h. At 15 min.for can you suggest me how I want to is this practice right or wrong???plz reply me

  • How do you schedule HIIT while taking your lower body work into account? In short, how do you avoid overtraining the legs and glutes?

  • Are there any HIIT workouts that don’t require sprinting (aside from the skipping one). I have vertigo and don’t get along well with treadmills ��

  • Natacha, where can you purchase the calorie tracker? I’m so curious about the science because the different way I work out and the duration of it. I wanted to experiment as well!

  • Hi Krissy! I love, love, loveee your content. I am going to start working out using your app soon�� would it be too much if I added a hiit workout after every workout session? (For example skipping for 10 mins)
    Regards from Germany!

  • Any big boob girls have any tips for running without hurting the “girls” even with a sports bra they bounce and hurt like crazy, makes cardio so annoying

  • Do you think it would be possible to post a HIIT video that includes less impact HIIT routines?? A lot of people have knee/hip problems where running or jumping is too painful

  • Hey friends!! All the money made from this video is going to help those struck by the earthquake in Mexico so please help share it or give it a thumbs up to raise as much as we can (:

    The results here were a surprise for me, I didn’t think I’d burn so much even after the 20mins were over but hopefully it shows just how much you can do in 20 minutes even if you’re in a hurry! 

    What’s your favourite 20min workout?! xxx

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  • Im 51 and after watching you both for the last 4 weeks I feel 21!! And look better than I have for years..Just awesome work. Keep doing what you do guys..

  • Hi! Loved this video Krissy:) can you please do a video on your gym hair? Like do you wash after every gym sesh or how do you combat sweaty gym hair?!

  • Excellent coach, sublime woman, beautiful body, and cherry on the cake this leggings has a nice cut and it puts you terribly in value, your buttocks are just sublime and your camel is adorable and delicious. You are perfect

  • it really motivates me to push through my tough workouts when I you giving everything you got to yours. I don’t have much time so I do 3-4 hiit workouts per week at home and give it everything I got.:)

  • Girl! I did method 3 last night and I was dead by the end of it! I did change it a bit by doing 30sec sprints instead of 20sec just because last night was the first time I jumped on and off the treadmill so I kept it at a pace that wasn’t too scary (slower than my sprints). It was still such a good workout! I went from 30sec rests to probably 1:30 sec rests just trying to get my heart rate down and the jump squats burned like crazy at the end!! Will definitely be doing this one again!

  • I started doing these intense 15-20min exercises 5 times a week and I dropped weight extremmely quickly and because I wasn’t expecting it, my food intake wasn’t matched… I became underweight within a month of doing these. Before I started I wasn’t big into exercise, so it goes to show that if you don’t train regularly and are self aware, it can very quickly go wrong. It’s been 3 months since I was underweight and it’s taken me a long time to get back to my before weight and keep my body healthy. I still regularly get very cold. Just wanted to let people know they need to be careful how often they do these exercises, for me it became dangerous for my body in a short space of time.

  • I have always to have a Treadmill at home. I love running as it brings me joy. This quarantine time has been tough and having this treadmill would be a dream of mine.I have been a loyal subscriber since the very beginning (when you had around 3-4k sub). I love your channel soo much!!

  • My favorite method is running on the stair master, freaking kills you lol �� I go in the highest fastest setting on the strait master hands off, 30 seconds, hands on on 30seconds, then a medium speed hands on.

  • I always do method 1, it’s amazing! But I think the treadmills on my gym aren’t used to so much speed ’cause they always tend to overheat ���� maybe no one does what I do hahahaha.
    Love you Krissy ��

  • I’d love to win a treadmill. I have an 11 month old and my husband is a first responder so he is gone for 24 hours at a time. I find it difficult to go for my morning outdoor runs like I used to and would love to have a treadmill to get my morning run in while the baby is asleep! ❤️

  • Krissy! Love ur videos, always, but i have a question, what time at the week will better to do this type of cardio, one day after leg day? Or can i do both the same day? I mean… The cardio doesnt interrupt with the recuperation of my legs?

  • I love all these methods!! wow i can already feel my fat crying ������ i really really hate cardio but this looksway more fun than running for hours! Deffinitely giving it a go! ����