Interval Cardio---Uphill!

Okay, here is a good cardio routine to break up the "boredom" of doing the same thing over and over....I did this interval cardio workout yesterday (on a treadmill believe it or not).....and it wasn't sprints! You can't go "all out" every interval cardio workout.



I would usually do this routine outside on a "grassy" hill but I was rushed for time yesterday....anyway:

--Warm up walk/jog for 3 minutes
--Start at Level 9 incline, 5 mph, 1 minute
--Level 1 incline, 3.5 mph, 2 minutes
--Level 10 incline, 5.1 mph, 1 minute
--Level 1 incline, 3.5 mph, 2 minutes
--Level 11 incline, 5.2 mph, 1 minute
--Level 1 incline, 3.5 mph, 2 minutes
--Level 12 incline, 5.3 mph, 1 minute
--Level 1 incline, 3.5 mph, 2 minutes
--Level 13 incline, 5.4 mph, 1 minute
--Level 1 incline, 3.5 mph, 2 minutes
--Level 14 incline, 5.5 mph, 1 minute
--Level 1 incline, 3.5 mph, 2 minutes
--Level 15 incline, 5.6 mph, 1 minute
--Level 1 incline, cooldown, 3 mph, 3-5 minutes

You're done! A good "change of pace" workout from sprinting intervals! If you can't start at level 9 incline, start at a lower level. You might also need to adjust the speed. Give it a try!

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