If there is one exercise machine that everybody wants at home, it’s a treadmill. Exercise regimes can be fully controlled and versatile, and an attractive alternative to running in the rain. The main concern that most people face when looking to invest in a treadmill is its sheer size. Not many of us have houses big enough to dedicate one room to training and weight equipment, which is why we are championing the foldaway Lifefitness F3 treadmill.Although convenient, foldaway treadmills have long held a reputation of being flimsy and lacking in integrity in comparison to non-folding treadmills. Thankfully, Life Fitness has come up with a range of excellent treadmills that can be folded into a tidy standing position, without compromising quality. It really is an innovative piece of equipment: sturdy and durable with patented FlexDeck shock absorption which dramatically reduces the strain placed on joints. The LifeFitness F3 folding treadmill also features 14 workout programs, iPod compatibility, a large, clear LCD display monitor, personal profile set-up and many more ingenious features.
Interval training involves increasing the intensity of your workout by introducing short blasts of high intensity training via increasing incline or speed for a period of between 30 seconds to 2 minutes depending on fitness level. This is a useful work out to integrate into your existing regime, especially at the end of a session as the short, intense blasts cause the body’s metabolism to spike and remain at a higher metabolic rate for a longer period post workout than regular cardio training. Here is an example of a good interval workout to start with:
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