Lately a lot of people have been asking how I got my results. I love answering each one of you, but telling the same story over and over again is getting a bit dull. So that’s why I’m just gonna write it down here on my blog.
I tried a lot of different sports and training programs and finally can share some of my experience with you!
I’ll divide these posts into different parts cause I do change them quite a lot and also I want to give you a better insight.
The first one will be about my favourite type of cardio: RUNNING
Last year I signed up for a half marathon (never done that before) although I hated running. So with that in mind I started running.
It’s as easy as 1 2 3:
- BEGINNERS: 40 sec jog – 20 sec rest for 20-30 rounds (so around 20-30 minutes) 3 times a week
- INTERMEDIATE: 2 times a week: 45 sec run – 15 sec rest and 1 sprints session a week: 5 x 1 km sprints
- ADVANCED: 2 times 10-15 km run and 1 sprint session (5×1 km or 10 x stair sprints)
I’ll be posting more running workouts in the future 🙂
I did everything of the above myself and believe me you’ll start to look forward to these runs.I’m not going to lie to you, every one has their ups and downs. I committed to my workouts but of course I got of track some times. We are all human. It’s just about what you do today, not about what you did yesterday.
So many people hate running, and like I get it, but also you gotta give it a chance. When you first start you suck at it and you feel like you’re about to die, but the amount of pride you get as you get faster and able to run farther for longer periods.. man.. I know it’s hard to lace up and get out there, but in the end when you feel light on your feet and able to just take off wherever. It’s so worth the first few weeks.
Running is like that asshole that everyone knows for being an asshole, but has like one friend that’s like “he’s really cool once you get to know him.”
Love and light,