For today, we’ll be doing the same intervals as day 1 but with some different exercises. We’ll walk at a regular pace for 10 minutes then go as fast as we can for 1 minute. The speed you go for the 1 minute needs to be geared to YOUR fitness level. It might be a fast walk, a slow jog or a run. It doesn’t matter what you do as long as you are working out as hard as YOU can for the 1 minute. If you’re just starting out, then just walk faster than your usual pace. I apologize for repeating this but you really need to cater the intervals to YOUR fitness level. If you are used to jogging, then during the 1 minute, go as fast as you can. After our first 1 minute fast walk/jog, we are going to go slower for 2 minutes. We’ll complete 5 rounds of the 1 minute fast walk/2 minute regular walk and then finish with a 5 minute cool-down.
The breakdown of each day:
Day 1: 30 minute interval workout
Day 2: 20 minute walk
Day 3: 30 minute interval workout
Day 4: Rest day or a gentle walk
Day 5: 40 minute walking workout
Day 6: 20 minute walking workout
Day 7: 20 minute walking workout
Ideally, you’ll continue this workout for 4 weeks. When I did this workout 20 some odd years ago, I shed weight really quickly. I had about 20 pounds to lose and I lost it. Interval training is super effective if done properly. As with anything, your body will start to get used to the workout so I’ll create a new program for weeks 5-8. It’ll just be a bit more challenging which is what your body will need at that point. Please email me if you have any questions about the workouts. Always listen to your body and take an extra day off at any point if you really feel you need it. The last thing you want is injuries so definitely listen to your body and go at the pace that suits your body and your fitness level.
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