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‘Treadmill workout’ need not be synonymous with ‘boring workout’. At least not with these tips from writer and fitness enthusiast Tehrene Firman. The treadmills at your gym are always taken, and for good reason: They’re easy to use, provide you with as much customization as you want, and they get the job done fuss-free. But what happens when your workouts get a little boring? Before you start to despise stationary runs, try upping your treadmill workout game.
Intervals are hands down one of the best ways to crank up the rate that your body burns fat. If you're trying to drop weight but you don't like the idea of spending hours and hours in the gym, you need to learn to utilize treadmill interval workouts.
One look around the cardio area at any gym is proof that the treadmill is a popular piece of equipment. You can use it to improve your cardiovascular fitness, burn fat, calories and sculpt a firmer butt. Though running seems to be the activity of choice on the treadmill, walking will also help you lose weight without the impact on your knees, hips and ankles. To increase calories burned on the treadmill and recruit more of your glutenous muscles, walk at an incline.
What's the best way to run for weight loss? Answering this question is trickier than you might think. The number of calories you burn through running is determined by how many miles you run. So it would stand to reason that the most effective way to slim down through running is to run a lot. However, when you run a lot your body also wants to eat a lot in order to avoid chronic fatigue or injury. . . and eating a lot is not conducive to weight loss.