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WALKING OR RUNNING? Part 4

Friday, May 10, 2024 10:50 AM

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As mentioned in my first post; One of the best workouts is simply a brisk walk. You may find that once you are a pro at walking that you feel up to a light jog or run. It is up to you. 

Continued from last post. 

4th WEEK 

On the first day of your exercise schedule, you start with an easy walk for 5 minutes, followed by a brisk walk for 6 minutes, then a slower pace for 6 minutes, again a brisk walk for 6 minutes, again a slower pace for 6 minutes and another brisk walk for 6 minutes and end with a slower walk for 5 minutes.

On the 2nd day of your exercise week, you start with an easy walk for 5 minutes, then go to a brisk walk for 9 minutes, followed by a slower pace walks for 7 minutes, again a brisk walk for 9 minutes and end with a slower walk for 5 minutes. 

On the 3rd day of your exercise week, you start with an easy walk for 5 minutes, then go to a brisk walk for 20 minutes, then a slower pace for 5 minutes, again a brisk walk for 10 minutes and end with a slower walk for 5 minutes. 

5th WEEK 

On the first day of your exercise schedule, you start with an easy walk for 5 minutes, followed by a brisk walk for 8 minutes, then a slower pace for 5 minutes, again a brisk walk for 8 minutes, again a slower pace for 5 minutes and another brisk walk for 8 minutes and end with a slower walk for 5 minutes.

On the 2nd day of your exercise week, you start with an easy walk for 5 minutes, then go to a brisk walk for 15 minutes, followed by a slower pace walks for 7 minutes, again a brisk walk for 15 minutes and end with a slower walk for 5 minutes. 

On the 3rd day of your exercise week, you start with an easy walk for 10 minutes, then go to a brisk walk for 25 minutes and end with a slower walk for 10 minutes. 

The gradient will change again for the following week. 

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