svelte silhouette: cardio

I decided I’m going to run a half marathon this December and I have begun training for it. I can already run 3 miles so I knew I had to incorporate hills and interval training to build up my endurance.

Let’s start with interval training, the lesser of the two evils. I used to do interval training as walking 2 minutes then running at a moderate pace for 1 minute. I considered that my interval workout. But most recently I switched it up to jogging at a moderate pace for 2 minutes, then sprinting or running for 2 minutes, then back down to jogging for 2 minutes. And so on and so forth for about a half an hour. I do this when I am at the gym on the treadmill. It’s easier to keep track of than when you’re running outdoors.

Now moving on to hills. I’m less fond of hills. I do this outdoors of course, not on a treadmill. I live in a super hilly area so I can just run outside and I’m bound to run into hills. I found a super steep long hill that I’m now trying to conquer! When it comes to this it’s easy you just try to run up it the whole time.
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This is my cardio training so far, I know when it comes to cardio it’s subjective but I wanted to share with you my cardio.

Stay Fancy
Ana Maggie

P.s. I get suoer inspired by my niece. She’s mini yet mighty!
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