It’s the fall season. That means the temperature will cool off, and the holiday season is upon us. Studies show an increase in weight gain from October to December at 1.5 to 7 pounds for Americans. There’s a fix; get moving. Grab those shoes and go outside. No gym needed.
Here is a simple guideline for walking, jogging and running for all experience levels:
Beginners: Walk or jog 20 min and notate how far they were able to go. Every day try to get further until they can jog the entire time.
Intermediate: Try interval training. Sprint for one-minute followed by a 2-3-minute jog or run, repeat interval until chosen time.
Advanced: Try high intensity interval training, or HIIT. Run for a quarter mile, followed by an exercise for 30 seconds, then repeat for given time. During the entire HIIT, their heart rate should be between 70-90%. Exercises they could perform outside are: jump squats, jump lunges, speed squats, speed lunges, pushups, pullups, burpees, etc.
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