As Autumn approaches and the weather changes, now is as a good time as ever to up the ante on your workout routine. And an intense treadmill regime (that is designed to burn 2000 calories) is a great place to start. Unquestionably the exercise treadmill constitutes a tremendous option for jogging in chilly winter or autumn days when running outside is not possible. By utilizing an exercise treadmill, you could flexibly workout when you have plenty of time (especially if you have one in your home.) An exercising fitness treadmill machine is incredibly suitable for cardio exercises. It allows you to improve strength and enhance the energy level so that you will get the most out of the workouts. Regularly exercising with a treadmill constantly will raise your stress management capacity. Exercising helps you relieve the energy blockage, take care of discontent, get rid of repressed thoughts and consume your annoyance in a helpful, non-destructive approach. You ought to engage in intense strenuous training every now and then to enable your entire body greatly reduce much of the terrible pressure amassed over the course of day to day activities and also social interactions. You certainly will feel the transformation.

This treadmill workout is great for shaping and toning. HAVE FUN!

Burn 2,000 Calories on the Treadmill

Stay slim on your treadmill all season with this 7-day plan from Jenny Hadfield, author of Running for Mortals.

By the editors of FITNESS

Monday
Power walk: 30 minutes
Strength-train: 20 minutes
Total: 50 minutes

Tuesday
Warm up: Walk easily, then briskly: 3 minutes
Power walk: 2 minutes
Run fast (but don’t sprint): 2 minutes
Repeat Steps 1 & 2: 10 times
Cool down: Walk easily: 2 minutes
Total: 45 minutes

Wednesday
Warm Up: Walk easily: 5 minutes
Do your favorite strength-training move: 12 reps
Power walk at 4% to 6% incline: 3 minutes
Repeat Steps 1 & 2: 6 times
Cool down: Walk easily: 5 minutes
Total: 40 minutes

Thursday
Warm Up: Walk easily, then briskly: 3 minutes
Power walk: 2 minutes
Run fast (but don’t sprint): 2 minutes
Repeat Steps 1 & 2: 6 times
Cool down: Walk easily: 3 minutes
Total: 30 minutes

Friday
Repeat Monday’s routine

Saturday
Warm Up: Walk easily, then briskly: 5 minutes
Power walk: 2 minutes
Run fast (but don’t sprint): 4 minutes
Repeat Steps 1 & 2: 6 times
Cool Down: Walk easily: 4 minutes
Total: 45 minutes

Sunday
Rest

Originally published in FITNESS magazine, November/December 2008. Much of the introductory commentary provided by FitnessAddict.com

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1 Comment
  1. Jay James 6 years ago

    I have something similar to that… If you were to do 1 min or cardio between each set for an hour.. You could burn at least 1500 calories(which equals 1lb).

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