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Jill Richards
Jill Richards • 2 years ago

Week 1: Run one minute. Walk 90 seconds. Repeat eight times. Do three times a week. Week 2: Run two minutes. Walk one minute. Repeat seven times. Do three times a week. Week 3: Run three minutes. Walk one minute. Repeat six times. Do three times a week. Week 4: Run five minutes. Walk two minutes. Repeat four times. Do three times a week. Week 5: Run eight minutes. Walk two minutes. Repeat three times. Do three times a week. Week 6: Run twelve minutes. Walk one minute. Repeat three times. Do three times a week. Week 7: Run fifteen minutes. Walk one minute. Run fifteen minutes. Do three times a week. Week 8: Run thirty

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Week 1: Run one minute. Walk 90 seconds. Repeat eight times. Do three times a week. Week 2: Run two minutes. Walk one minute. Repeat seven times. Do three times a week. Week 3: Run three minutes. Walk one minute. Repeat six times. Do three times a week. Week 4: Run five minutes. Walk two minutes. Repeat four times. Do three times a week. Week 5: Run eight minutes. Walk two minutes. Repeat three times. Do three times a week.

Torch almost 400 calories in 32 minutes: Run at speed 7 for one minute, walk on 15 incline speed 4 for 3 minutes. Repeat 8 times.

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Walking can be pure magic for your body. Only 30 minutes a day, five times a week can make you healthier and happier. The exercise also provides many

how to get started running . week by week Week 1: Run 2 min, walk 3 min; repeat 6 times Week 2: Run 3 min, walk 3 min; repeat 5 times Week 3: Run 5 min, walk 2 min; repeat 4 times Week 4: Run 7 min, walk 3 min; repeat 3 times Week 5: Run 8 min, walk 2 min; repeat 3 times Week 6: Run 9 min, walk 1 min; repeat 3 times Week 7: Run 30 minutes"

Torch almost 400 calories in 32 minutes: Run at speed 7 for one minute, walk on 15 incline speed 4 for 3 minutes. Repeat 8 times. Also will keep your body burning fat long after you've finished working out. Intervals are actually better than running for a straight period of time.

Set your alarm for 6am. Get up and start your day. Put on a baggy top and running shorts. Go downstairs and pour yourself a nice big glass of ice water. Cut up some fruit and mix it in with yogurt. Add some granola. Now go outside. Stretch for 10 minutes. Skip for 5 minutes. Jog for 10 minutes. Run for 10 minutes. Walk back. Do 50 crunches. Yes, they hurt, but they are 100% worth it. Being lazy might feel good at the time, but being active feels better in the long run. How badly do you want it?"

Tone your butt and burn 400 calories in 32 min. Run at 7.0 for one minute, walk on 15 incline at 4.0 for 3 minutes. Repeat 8 times.

Walk for 3 minutes at 4.0; run at 7.0 for 90 seconds; then sprint at 9.5 for 30 seconds -- repeat until you have completed 30 minutes (should be close to 4 miles!) -- then jog for 3 minutes to cool-down.

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