Friday, September 24, 2010

Get The Most Out Of Your Cardio Intervals

I'm on vacation with limited internet access and this is only the second time I've been able to check my email. I just found out that Craig Ballantyne is having a half-price sale on his 31 Interval Training Workouts program.

If you've read this blog more than once, you know I'm a proponent of interval training. It takes less time and is more effective than slow, boring cardio.

I'm glad to see that intervals are becoming more mainstream but, unfortunately, that also means there's a lot of misinformation out there. While away, I've been reading a few fitness magazines and while some of their programs would be considered interval training because you don't maintain a steady space, I don't think the way they've designed the programs is optimum.

Did you know there's a right and wrong way to do intervals for best results? Did you know that even if you're already doing intervals you need to change it up regularly so your body doesn't adapt?

If you're interested in varied and effective interval programs, check out Craig's 31 Interval Training Workouts.

Craig knows his stuff; he's not some Johnny-come-lately jumping on the interval bandwagon. He's got all kinds of interval workouts in the program, including kettelebell intervals, hill sprint workouts, ladders, and lots more. No equipment? No problem. Craig includes no-equipment bodyweight cardio circuits.

Whether you're new to intervals and looking for guidance or you're a veteran exerciser looking for variety in your interval workouts, check out Craig's 31 Interval Training Workouts.

The sale ends tomorrow (Friday) at midnight.


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