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Running for Fitness

Posted in Fitness Training Programs with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on November 30, 2010 by wildcat566

Note:  Follow this program starting with Week 1 at the bottom of the page and begin your journey there.  Continue week by week moving through Week 15 of the best Fitness Training Program to get you off the couch and in good cardio shape.

At this point you should be following the  program and jogging 3 times per week.  You should have increased your running time by two minutes per week until you reach 30 min, 3 times per week.  Below is the plan for the week we reach 30 minutes:

Workout agenda – 5 minute walk to warm up.  Light stretching, jogging workout, cool down walk, light stretching, plenty of fluids.

Monday – Jog for 30 minutes

Wednesday – Jog for 32 minutes.

Saturday – Jog for 30 minutes.

Do this for two weeks in a row and then we will add another day to our workout week.  On your “off” days start doing 20 push ups and core planks.  It’s important to keep good muscle balance to avoid injury.  Good running and see you soon!

This has got to be the easiest way to get off the couch and get in shape.  Baby steps to avoid burnout and injury.  Before you know it, we will be running 120 minutes a week and in outstanding cardio condition.  Stay consistant, keep a log or journal of your workouts, and keep achieving fitness goals.  My personal favorite fitness log/journal is runningahead.com.  Feel free to browse my personal log if you want.

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Week 11 Fitness Training program

Posted in Fitness Training Programs with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on February 5, 2010 by wildcat566

Week 11 strategy will make is easier to complete our second short term goal by next week.  That goal is to run for 15 minutes with no walk break in the middle of the workout for rest.  To ensure you have the stamina needed for our challenge we will work out as follows:

Daily – 5 minute walk to warm up.  Light stretching, jogging workout, cooldown walk, light stretching, plenty of fluids.

Monday – Jog for 8 minutes, then brisk walk for 1 min, jog for 7 minutes.

Wednesday – Jog for 10 minutes, brisk walk for 1 min, jog for 5 min

Saturday – Jog for 12 minutes.

This has got to be the easiest way to get off the couch and get in shape.  Baby steps to avoid burnout and injury.  Before you know it, we will be running 120 minutes a week and in outstanding cardio condition.  Stay consistant, keep a log or jounal of your workouts, and keep achieving fitness goals.

For all your muscle pain relief needs, go to TigerBalm.com.  This stuff is amazing and has kept me going through aches and pains many times.

Week 10 Total fitness training

Posted in Fitness Training Programs with tags , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , on January 24, 2010 by wildcat566

7 minutes on, 1 minute off, 5 minutes on.  This is the recipe for our weekly agenda of working out three times every week and building our fitness level.  Slowly and consistantly to avoid injury and burnout.  This has got to be the easiest, softest way to get started jogging.  Spoon fed excersice program to suit a mass audience of people who need to get heathly and excecise.  What’s it take … an hour out of your day?  By the time you dress, get to your workout destination, workout for 30 minutes, back home and shower it takes about an hour.  Recently I have been experimenting with the benefits of sauna, therefore I take an extra 20 minutes for that.  Seems to help my breathing and good for detoxing the body I read.  Let me know about your sauna experiences and benefits you have learned, would love to hear from you.

Below is my workout schedule for Week 10:

Mon 6pm Walk 2 laps briskly at local fitness club.  Stretch lightly.  Jog for 7 minutes on treadmill, walk for 1 minutes for rest, then jog for 5 minutes, walk for 2. 20 crunches.  Light stretching and walk 2 laps to cooldown.  Shower, sauna for 10 minutes, shower.

Thur  6pm  Same routine, however midweek I increase my speed every 2 minutes.  This treadmill is great for dictating pace, and your legs seem to “remember” pace pretty well.  I plan on running road races again in the near future, so this starts to work on my leg turnover in preparation for faster running in the future.  First and foremost, I will listen to my body and monitor my SI joint while running.  I always adjust speed and form according to how my body feels.

Sat 10 am  Same as Monday

Good luck  and see you next time!