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Sprinting intervals are a fantastic and efficient tool for runners that will provide the most gains in the least amount of time. Treadmill Interval Workout: Minutes 1 – 5: Warm up; aim for a speed between 3.5 and 4.2 mph 6 – 8: Jog; roughly 5.5 to 6.5 mph 8 – 9: Sprint; push yourself to run at the max of your comfortable speed; 6.5 to 12 mph. Here’s your 30-minute treadmill workout of the day: There are a few parts to this workout.

Parts 1, 3 and 5 are set for distances (.75 mile,.5 mile and.25 mile) where you’ll get faster each round. Parts 2 and 4 test your stamina and play with shortening recovery time. Part. That’s where that incline button on the treadmill comes in. “Incline treadmill workoutsare great for improving your cardiovascular endurance, strength, and speed,” notes Michaela Raagas, a master trainer with Technogym. Using the incline feature allows you to increase intensity without necessarily having to go faster. Run 8 x 600 meters (1.5 laps of a track) at 5K goal pace, with 200-meter recovery jogs between each interval.

Run 4 x 200 meters at 1-mile pace (or slightly faster than 5K pace), with 200-meter. Running and HIIT are two of the most versatile workouts out there. You can run anywhere, any time and at any speed or incline. Similarly, with HIIT, you can mix and match exercises, format and interval length.

And when combined, these two workouts give you speedand endurance-boosting sweat session unlike any other. Treadmill interval workouts to avoiding adaptation, improving speed and endurance, and increasing cardiovascular capacity and Vo2. Sample Workouts Thirds Workout: 15 minutes at an easy pace, 15 minutes at a comfortably hard pace, 15 minutes at a hard pace. In this workout, you’ll increase speed at every 15 minute increment throughout the run, starting at an easy pace and making your way up to a hard pace.

After doing the incline variations in this workout, running flats will seem.For most people, that speed is between 3.5 and 4.0 mph. Strengthen or tone your legs or butt: An incline treadmill workout will make your lower-body muscles work harder. “When you walk up a hill or incline your glutes become highly engaged,” say Logan and Weissner. 4 Treadmill Workouts to Increase Speed, Build Strength, Burn Fat, and Crush Hills Turn a tired routine into an exciting part of your training.

By M. Nicole Nazzaro and Jordan Smith. Most people don’t approach running as they do strength training.They just set out on unplanned jogs around the block, throw in some sprints, and call it a day. But targeted workouts geared.

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  • Hi I do a treadmill workout about three times a week but I do 1 minute of running at 12mph with a 12% incline and then rest for 20 seconds and do this for 12 reps. I was wondering if I’m using the treadmill wrong or not?

  • There are some studies on this topic and it says
    Running in a moderat rang where you can talk and aswer questions is best vor increasing stamina
    Check out joe rogen the guy
    Pavel tsatsouline is talking about it

  • I’m afraid that your knowledge of track markings leaves much to be desired. The large blue and white triangle is not the mile start, but the beginning of the exchange zone for lane 1 for the 4×200 and 4×400 relays. It is 10 meters from the start/finish line (the exchange zone is 20 meters long). There is no mile starting line on this track; most high school tracks don’t have one. Had there been one, it would have been a curved waterfall line like the one at the start/finish line, but just ahead (nearer the s/f line) of the beginning of the relay exchange zone. The small triangles on the track are hurdle placement markers and, depending on if they are for 110m or 100m, are either 9.14m or 8.50m apart. Just FYI.

  • The treadmill works because it forces you to go beyond you would on your own. Ur body gets used the demand in oxygen and your leg muscles are being built. Go for it. Push hard and then slow if u must. Repeat

  • Good video. I always thought tying my shoes nice and tight was good, until I got extensor tendonitis. Basically tying shoes too tight (or wearing shoes that are too tight or small) and running with a lot of incline irritates the tendons on top of your foot, basically pinching them against your foot. This can be quite painful. I thought it was my toe and could barely walk for a few days. After loosening the shoe laces and reducing the incline to only some days the pain almost disappeared over night.

  • Hi sorry to disturb you I have a question Is it good to go at 19 mph in the speed or is too much? Cauz I feel 12 in my gym Doesn’t makes me tired ( if I stay on 12 I need to stay in the treadmill more than 40 mins) so I’m not sure what to do thanks for this video keep going on and wish you the best.��������

  • Hey, brother awesome video. I had a quick request if you don’t mind. You’ve mentioned in some of your videos to joined the TACP Recruiting Facebook page. I put in a request a week ago and haven’t gotten a response. I would love to see the useful info on that page. For reference, I am an active duty combat medic looking to get out and become a TACP. Thanks a lot for your time and the awesome videos.

  • This is basically extreme Tabata. It’s used in some Law Enforcement academy’s. I love doing this after a good lift. Great HIT endurance training. Solid vid dawg

  • You are wrong saying Running long distance is waste of time, you gonna increse your edurance allot by Running long distances, but ofcourse its not perfect for soccer, its probably better doing your workout for soccer, but combaining your workout and long distance runs is only gonna benefit you trust me:D

  • I ran 10mph till 8 min without stopping and also without warm up because my friend challenged me, after that my whole body was paining.

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  • l have started going to gym for last öne and half months only…l dont like big muscles because l like combat sports like mma and boxing…l rün every day on tread mill and now l m directly running on speed 15 for one km hope its mile hehe….when l bored to run, fast and sweet but other days l run on speed 13 for 2 km…. hope l m doing good right? if l run on speed 15 for just öne km will my cardio gets better or its just muscle endurance or something else?

  • AWESOME. I’m not sure if you knew this or not but like a week ago I asked for a video JUST like this. Thanks! You never fail to provide. Thumbs up!

  • I increased the treadmill speed to 5.0 and I was on the treadmill with the speed of 5.0 for 20 minutes and then a cool down for 3 minutes

  • You can most likely beat me at distance but I’ll get you at speed lol Those sprints were slow af lol Benefits of soccer where both distance and speed are incorporated:)

  • I’m trying to burn this fat around that sits on abdomen. Been exercising for 45 minutes almost every day. My diet intake is mostly high fiber protein and fruits and vegetables. Any advise for me? I would honestly appreciate it. Also congrats! I like the message at the end.

  • This looked like something out of a movie. More like bionic man.����������Love the training videos. Yes you have to Massage them glutes.����

  • Any advice for those interested in the Officer side of AFSPECWAR? STO, CRO, ALO

    ROTC or OTS, what standards should be met prior to shipping out, etc…

  • im 60 just won my age groop in a half mar….this work-out 2 me would be 4 the training of 400-or 800 meters…poss. the mile….4 my 10-k to half i do 1ks+ other times mile repeats…am i on line here??

  • For those doing it first time, if 20sec rest is too short after 40sec fast in the 5-9 minutes, do 40 seconds run 30 seconds off or 40 seconds run 40 seconds off

  • I run 4-5 times per week and my long runs are +20 miles so yeah, I run quite a bit. Yet, I tried this workout yesterday and today my legs are seriously sore. Love it.

  • Great workout. First attempt at 11.5 mph. Did all reps except one of the 40s efforts. Looking forward to seeing improvement in coming weeks.

  • That machine is not good. Not closet to running outside. Doesn’t fit all running style and you can easily get hurt.
    So each its own if you like it.

  • Hey Michael, Perfect timing for this awesome video. Need to pass this on to some college players wanting to get fit during the summer for August season.

  • I have been doing this sort of tredmill workout for the past 2 months and it has indeed improved my fitness level in game to a point where i am one of the very few that covers the most distance in a 1h game. What i do is level 16.5, sometimes level 17 for 30seconds and then a 1min rest and do 6 reps. when i first started this, it was only 4 reps. I have done 8 reps few times too

  • You should make a video of your fastest mile or fastest 800m judging from the speeds you can reach and your mileage i think you can hit a decent time on atleast the 800m

  • I’m a swimmer and this wasn’t so challenging for me. If anything my legs got more tired than my stamina. What I used to do is just run a mile as fast as possible. I tried this video and it didn’t challenge me that much. Any recommendations for someone is only looking to increase stamina and isn’t as focused on running mechanics?

  • This guy gave some good advice and I think working out your core makes a huge different too. Exercise such as plank is insane for stamina

  • Nice video man, I do this in a Heated cardio room to 35 Degrees celsius once a week for 35-40 min straight and it has helped my cardio so much over the past year, for anyone that wants to know where i do this its at (Insanity Fitness, dublin, Ireland)

  • I don’t see how this is an effective workout for long-distance running…intervals of 2M, 1M, 800m and 400m would be way more effective imo. Just going for top speed for a few seconds will not increase your aerobic fitness…it will increase anaerobic fitness.

  • Tbh doing interval training on the street or the soccer pitch would be better, run around 2km around 8km/h. As the excercise 10 x 200m at 80-90% max speed is very effective, 16 x 150m at 90% is also very good

  • If you do this for 30 minutes a day for a month will that be effective? I have a tryout in a month and my stamina is not very good. Any suggestions for stamina workouts within a month?

  • Hey Michael, thanks so much for the video mate! Love the look of this, have been looking to incorporate more fitness into my sessions. The question I’ve got is if I have team training Wednesday night, then the match on Saturday, when would I fit in this routine? Plus the individual stuff I work on at the pitch on a Tuesday usually. I don’t want to burn myself out, what do you reckon? Thanks again for all your help ����

  • I did this training yesterday with the speed of 10mph and I felt very good, tomorrow ill do with 11mph and friday at 12mph.

    Thanks for this kind of videos (routine and exercices in the gym).
    Can you uplodad more videos like this? Because of my work, I do not have where to enter much football, so my alternative is the gym.

  • I can’t wait to get access to a treadmill again, and thank you so much for this video. I was already doing something similar, but on the street in my neighborhood.
    I jog (similar pace to the 4.5 or 5 speed towards the end of the video) but then go for a hard run/sprint down each cul de sac (similar to the 12 speed pace). Each cul de sac is.10 miles and some change so it’s a significantly long spurt. I then slow back down to a jog pace until the next block. There’s 8 of them on top of the streets in between. Just thought I’d share that for maybe others who don’t have access to a treadmill, but thanks again for this awesome looking workout! -Drew

  • You inspired me in so many ways, I use run a lot before in London then I broke my arm and put on 30kg:(
    I Started taking serious on my running again because of YOU, I did 10days in a row before I had an injury nowwww I’m on day 14, I want to keep going, even though I run in a humidity in Saudi Arabia which is tough, since I’m working here now.
    Honestly I even started buying equipments you use, your inspiration to all people around the world, remember that, so big thank you for being Yourself.

  • So true what you said, it’s opposite for me. My distance running has suffered since I’ve been focusing on interval sprints. I do 30 sec max effort sprints on the curve x2 a week and max out in the mid to low 20-25mph at 193lbs. I’m trying to have a balance of interval training & a distance run in the same week. I loved seeing this video! Thanks!

  • Great video as always Dylan, Keep up the videos man I love the comeback man, also for the free training plan I couldn’t download it

  • Amazing video Michael thank you for sharing your training. I’m out injuried of the Achilles tendon and I could barely walk, hopefully in a month I’ll be able to start training again and I’d like to try this adapted to my possibilities and rythm of recovery.
    You’re incredible, keep the good work ��

  • Hey Michael, a doubt.
    You said that at the second week you add three more runs.
    There’s rest before the extra 30 sec and 40 sec run. But what about the extra 1 min?
    Should i run continuous for 2 mins at the end at the same pace (without rest in between the two 1min runs)
    Could you clarify soon please?
    How many weeks while adding runs did u do this for?
    By the way, I’m feeling the difference after the first week.
    I do this along with 3 sets of 10 Nordic hip hinges like u said. Same three times a week.
    Thanks for the workout.

  • Hey does this slim down your legs? I’ve heard that you should avoid hiit workouts on treadmills and do endurance treadmill workouts with little to no incline, to slim down your legs and not build thigh muscle, and what’s 60% and 70% on the treadmill?

  • So I dont ever warm up, I usually jump at the mill thats going about 12 mph and I never get any negative impacts, so I’m going to say that stretches and warm ups are bs.

  • the one in my gym is so damn loud i hate using it because when i’m hitting like 16/17mphs everyone looks at me i feel so bad that i don’t let them hear their music

  • I do this it’s called hit 30 seconds on level 15 then walk on level 3 for 1 minute do thet 6 times then 30 seconds level 17.5 walk on 5 for a minute teice

  • Why not give 100% effort for a 400m and then rest? 400 x 4 repeats? I get that you will burn out, but that’s where that mental toughness comes into play and it really keeps the HR pumping.

  • I always do this exercises when am at the gym working out to get ready for football and also it helps us to increase our speed in football I sometimes run on the treadmill for like ten minutes or sometimes seven or eight minutes is really hard to run on the treadmill nice viedo mates.

  • I have one question for you bro, I’m constantly trying to improve in football and sometimes I’m good but sometimes I’m bad but other senior experienced players always throw some shade at me and treat me like I don’t even know football, it’s kinda killing my spirit I mean I’m the best and fast dribble on pitch but there constantly keep on criticising me and it literally taking a toll on me slowly I’m easily getting tackled by defenders can’t even dribble and can’t even pass correctly now, what should I do to get my spirit back?

  • You inspire me to be a better runner. I just wanted to tell you that anyone who runs more than 3 miles is an ELITE runner and are among the best runners in the world! I just finished my 7 mile run today I’m build to a half marathon for St. Judes

  • Hi @7mlc I did it today at 12 mph and just how you did it in the video and I felt it relatively easy. What can I do to push myself more????

  • Quick question. How do you get off the treadmill without falling? I kind of feel like I’m a fall or trip when I try to use the handrailings on the side to get off.

  • Wouldn’t this just be a HIIT workout which means that you would be burning fat and would at least a day in between for rest. Also would this be better for stamina compared to just running outside at your fastest?

  • Stamina is essential.
    It doesn’t matter how good your skills are or how smart you are if you don’t have the fitness required to be in the right spot at the right time.

    To increase your stamina use this treadmill method:
    10 minutes per day
    Start at 3.0 and work your way to 10.0
    Increase the running speed every minute.

    If you have any questions about how to increase stamina…
    Please comment below.

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  • No mention whatsoever about your experience running on 11/4/19 (day after NYC marathon)…Keep it real. How was the run the day after? How far was it? How fast was it? Would you advise against it? I would like to hear an explanation of why you think keeping the streak is more important than giving your body needed recovery after the marathon.

  • I started going to the gym about 4 months ago, I’m 20, but my weight has increased, though I have stopped lifting weights, could it be that some of the work outs are responsible for increase in weight? Is it something I should be worried about? And for the treadmill, how many miles per hour did you run for the 30 seconds on and off? How many calories did you burn at the end?

  • I always feel weird running at the gym. I look to both sides, everyone is walking or slow running. I start running and making so much noise! I just put some earphones on and try to forget I’m probably being observed.

  • What are the chances of me obtaining a waiver to go in TACP… I’m a 2A831 and I’ve been in 1.5 years… but now I’m 19 and weigh more… so now that job is available for me…

  • What do you think of doing this interval on monday, doing a leg day on wednesday with weights and doing the interval on friday again? I’m taking ice baths after each training and eath very healthy, for ultimate recovery. I do the leg days for like 6 weeks but my cardio isn’t good at the moment. How fast wil this cardio training get me match ready?

  • I’ve been running cross country competitively for the past 6 years, I wrestle, and do a bunch of other sports and I still learn great stuff from these type of videos. Thank you so much. Your videos have so much information for how short they are. I run 5ks in under 18 minutes, and your tips help me get the most out of my training during the off season. With my busy schedule it is nice to know how to workout the most effectively with the little free time I have to exercise. Keep up the great work! I can tell you put a lot of time into your videos, and they really help out.

    Before I would just go run for time or distance without any thought to what I was trying to do. Now I actually have a goal and strategy to keep in mind when I go and run. Not only does it help to have a plan laid out, but it then motivates me to actually focus on the run and not just do it….to “exercise” and listen to music.

    I don’t know if anyone else has ever found themself having that mindset before, it may just be me.