I like to watch the news while I do cardio. It's an easy way to let half hour to an hour pass.
"the hardest part for me when doing cardio is staying motivated for 30-45 mins."
Areb you kidding me. That is a jaunt in the park. Do something worthwhile cardio wise in that time frame son
here is an example of hiit training:
Awesome, thanks a lot.
Donseal, do a google on TAKU HIIT. It's a killer but well worth it for the fitness gains.
Not too many personal trainers have a good understanding of Mixed Martial Arts. I train at a great school in New Jersey, and have been focused on developing training techniques to improve athletes as fighters. I?m talking about faster and more powerful hands and feet, better hip movement, overall flexibility, and overall better conditioning, all geared towards fighting. We offer extensive physical fitness personal training focusing on Mixed Martial Arts, Boxing, Muay Thai, Wrestling, and Jiu Jitsu. The training focuses on being sport
specific to help improve techniques for these combat sports. The training focuses on core/trunk stabilization, balance, coordination, flexibility, trunk/hip rotation, explosiveness, speed, agility, better reflexes and reaction time , and technique specific movements. Training for these sports requires your basic strength training and cardiovascular conditioning, but you also have to train outside the box to properly prepare for such unpredictable activities. We will teach you alternate training methods to improve your performance and prepare for competition. We don't teach you the sport, we just teach you to be
stronger, faster, and more prepared . For a great MMA school we recommend where
we train, Advanced Fighting Systems www.thaing.net ,in Mahwah, NJ.
Peak Physique is primarily an in home personal training service offered in NY/NJ area. You don?t need any equipment, we bring everything to you. Check the website for much more details.
We also offer similar sport specific training for most major sports including,
tennis, golf, baseball, softball, football, hockey, and basketball.
I did this Sunday, will do something similar today...
1st trip. Run, 40 pushups, run, 60 hindu sqauts, run, 15 pullups, run to finish line. Rest one minute
2nd trip Run, 10 full burpees, run, 70 Hindu squats, run, 10 pullups, run, 25 pushups, sprint to finish line.
3rd trip Run, 10 4 count mountain climbers, run, 80 hindu squats, run, 15 pullups, run, 30 pushups, sprint to finish.
Total distance covered, 1 1/2 miles
Finisher circuit..No rest between excercises or cycles:
20 hindu squats, 20 pushups, 8 pullups 5 cycles