How to Make Treadmill Sprints Work for You

Workout #1

  • Keep your feet on the outer edges of the treadmill. Set the incline to 10%, with speed 1-3 miles per hour then a normal . For example, if your normal setting is 5, shoot for a speed of 6 to 8.
  • Once the treadmill starts speeding up to the you desire, jump on and for 30 seconds. Then jump back out to the sides and . Rest for 30 seconds and repeat for a total of 10 rounds.

Progression:

  • Seek to increase the speed each week

Workout #2

  • Set the incline to 10%, with the the treadmill turned off. From here against the static belt.
  • Push for 30 seconds, then rest for 30 seconds and repeat for a total of 10 rounds.

Progression:

  • Seek to increase the incline each week

Workout #3

Warning: this is , and you must be an expert at hopping on and off the treadmill.

  • Keep your feet on the outer edges of the treadmill. Set the incline to 10%, with a speed 3-5 miles per hour faster then a normal jog. For example, if your normal setting is 5, shoot for a speed of 8 to 10.
  • Once the treadmill starts speeding up to the level you desire, jump on and sprint for 10 seconds. Then jump back out to the sides and rest. Rest for 10 seconds and repeat for a total of 10 rounds.
  • Note that in this case, the speed is faster and the work time is shorter.

Progression:

  • Seek to increase the total rounds each week.

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