Sunday, March 14, 2010

Big Interval Training Mistake

Here's one big fat loss mistake...

Too many people are working too hard during their interval training recovery period.

Make sure you are doing a 3/10 intensity level for your interval recovery period.

That means a slow walk, no matter what your interval work speed.

Do not ruin your work interval by working too hard in the recovery period.

This isn't "cardio".

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1 comment:

eyebleaf said...

I do intervals on a stationary bike. Level 5, 95 RPM for 1 minute, followed by high intensity cycling for 30 seconds (between 120-125 RPM). Is this a good interval cardio program?

Full disclosure: at my heaviest, I was 200 pounds. Today, I'm at 150. I lift, and try to do cardio everyday.

Should I be doing more than 30 minutes cardio everyday? Is 45 minutes a better goal? At what number of minutes am I doing too much cardio?

Sorry for all the questions; thanks for your blog.