It’s the most useful workout at home, and we’ve shared a 30-minute treadmill workout chart to get you started on a more active day.
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Staying mentally engaged—and torching ALL the calories—on the treadmill is as simple.
Remember, the strengths here are just suggestions. Everyone’s cardiovascular fitness level is different; the key thing here is your effort. So, are you ready to rock?
30-Minute Treadmill Workout
|2:00-4:00||5-6 mph||1%||moderate effort|
|5:00-6:00||5-6 mph||5%||moderate effort|
|9:0-10:00||5-8 mph||3%||hard effort|
|11:00-12:00||5-8 mph||2%||hard effort|
|12:00-14:00||3-5 mph||1%||long recovery|
|14:00-15:00||6-8+ mph||1%||All-Out Sprint|
|15:00-17:00||3-5 mph||1%||long recovery|
|17:00-18:00||5-6.5 mph||2%||moderate effort|
|19:00-20:00||5-6.5 mph||3%||moderate effort|
|21:00-22:00||5-8 mph||4%||hard effort|
|22:00-24:00||3-5 mph||1%||long recovery|
|24:00-25:00||7-8 mph||5%||All-Out sprint|
|25:00-27:00||3-5 mph||1%||long recovery|
|27:00-28:00||7-8 mph||5%||All-out sprint|
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