April 28, 2020 By nikhojchele 0

Using Treadmills for Weight Loss

If weight loss is what you’re looking for, it would be a great idea to incorporate a treadmill into your daily routine. Their are numerous benefits of using treadmills for weight loss. They have a lot to offer if you use them correctly, and can help you get that much closer to your goal of a leaner body and permanent weight loss.

Their are multiple ways of using a treadmill. Whether it be for interval training, recovery purposes, incline cardio, or long walks. If your goal is fat loss, all of these exercises are great for you. Here, I’ll talk briefly on the different ways of using treadmills to get the full effect!

Interval training alternates between levels of high intensity and levels of rest or low intensity lasting around 30 minutes. The most affective interval approach is High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT). A simple high intensity workout on the treadmill is to walk 45 seconds, and sprint 45 seconds. Repeating intervals for around 15-20 minutes. Interval training is definitely one of the best ways to lose weight fast. It also helps in boosting your metabolism for awhile after your done working out, isn’t that cool?

Treadmills can help circulate blood and get the flow going after a hard workout. Walking 5-10 minutes at a slow pace can get the blood moving around and help with the recovery process.

Walking at an incline offers multiple benefits whether you exercise to improve cardiovascular fitness, build leg strength, or lose some weight. Adding an incline to your treadmill experience can almost double the calories you burn during your walk or jog. If you weigh 160-lbs. and walk at a 4.0 mph pace on an incline, you will burn just about 145 calories in 30 minutes. If you were to raise the incline to a 5 percent grade, you would burn 243 calories in that 30 minutes. Moving up to a challenging 10 percent would result in around 345 calories burned. Walking at an incline can also help to increase leg muscle building. It targets most leg muscles including the calves, hamstrings, and glutes.

Long walks on the treadmill are great for weight loss to, just some people find it hard to stay on for long periods of time. Walking at a slow pace allows for you to breathe very well while on the treadmill. When their is more oxygen present when using the treadmill, it will gear more towards fat loss than your typical cardio.

Source by Tanner M Caden