Cardio Training Plan

Summary: 4 Days a Week
30-days of cardio training.

Description: This Cardio Training Plan is designed to improve your endurance and help improve your overall cardiovascular health. Whether your goal is to compete in a 5K or to lose weight, this is plan a great place to start.

Workout Details

A balanced and effective way to improve your endurance and fitness level.

This 30-day plan will give you better endurance, help you burn fat, along with improving your overall fitness level. You will have 4 cardio workouts each week, consisting of everything from low-intensity walking/jogging, to biking, and even some high-intensity sprinting to ensure for maximum results.

Combined with a healthy diet, you'll see great results on this plan.

This plan is designed for someone at the beginner to intermediate level. Even if you can't run long distances, you can still join this plan (and by the end, you should see great progress!). Be sure to drink plenty of water both on workout and rest days while doing this plan.

Sample Workout from this Training Plan

Weekly Warm-Up

Your first workout each week will be a light warm-up, helping loosen you up and prepare you for the week to come. You may choose each week between Walking or Running/Jogging, depending on your conditioning. If you choose to walk, then your goal sh...



Briskly walking over a long distance can be a great cardiovascular workout (more so than most people...

Suggested Routine:
Distance: 1 mi



Running/jogging, whether competitively or for recreation, is one of the most popular cardiovascular ...

Suggested Routine:
Distance: 1 mi

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_September 2015_
You may customize your schedule after you choose to join this training plan.

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l_lambert415 l_lambert415

posted Saturday, February 26, 2011

I just joined the Cardio work out and with a quick look out I’m thinking way to snowy and icy so for now think I’ll be doing the same has mbsupermodel and heading for my elliptical. I can’t wait for Spring to hurry up and get here!

jinxviolence jinxviolence

posted Tuesday, March 1, 2011

I have decided to start this plan hoping that it’ll help me and i’ll lose the 50lbs i want to lose in time for swim suit season and help me prepare for the 5K run in may i want to do. My problem is, i’m balancing college, work, house work, and watching the younger kids in the house and i have trouble when it comes to eatting. I’ll skip breakfast, nibble on something for lunch, then i’ll over eat for dinner, hopefully though, i can lose what i need to cuz i’m sick of being this big. I weigh 170lbs for my height of 5" tall i should weigh no more than 130 lbs, my goal is 115lbs before May.

Anne47MI Anne47MI

posted Wednesday, March 9, 2011

ok….i am making the committment today, to start living again. I lost 75 pounds this past year and gained 25 of it back. Not happy. I am needing to begin with light exercise as I have lived a sedentary lifestyle and I am in quite a bit of leg/hip pain. Thankfully, i own some real nice pieces of workout equipment so I don’t have to join a gym. (i have a recumbent bike, treadmill, weight machines and some light hand dumb bells.

swaez swaez

posted Wednesday, March 9, 2011

Don’t have time to do this training program outdoors with work pilling up on my desk and keeping up with study & moving. So i book the gym at work out for halfa during my lunch break…. :)

swaez swaez

posted Wednesday, March 9, 2011

Don’t have time to do this training program outdoors with work pilling up on my desk and keeping up with study & moving. So i book the gym at work out for halfa during my lunch break…. :)

Brooklyne Brooklyne

posted Monday, March 14, 2011

Biking is given as an exercise. How can a person be motivated to follow an exercise that they continuously have to modify? I don’t have a bike, nor do I want to get my fat ass on one, I hate biking. I’d rather run or walk or kayak or rock climb or anything but biking. Where can you modify this program? And this is the program they offer you when you say you work out at home with cans as weights!! Goofy. Super goofy!

sxxdu sxxdu

posted Saturday, April 30, 2011

i started my gym dec 2010, but i never did cardio …..
i don’t like cardio, but i need to speed up for the foot ball tournament….
so tomorrow i am starting my Cardio Training…..

kaoele kaoele

posted Sunday, May 1, 2011

I Lost 10 Lbs! Super Walker Conqueror I Lost 5 Lbs! I Burned 5,000 Calories!

Could I substitute going up and down my stairs, with a tight core of course, for the bicycling?
We just PCS-ed here and my bike is in storage. Is it even close to equivalent?

Jewlzm Jewlzm

posted Tuesday, May 3, 2011

crazy Hard Rock Abs Abs Champ I Ran 100 Miles! I Walked 100 Miles! I Burned 5,000 Calories! I Lost 10 Lbs! I Did 1,000 Pushups! I Lost 5 Lbs! I Lost 5% I Lost 35 Lbs!

Just started the program. Going to definitely have to work on the running with pins and screws in my leg but Im willing to try.

srdbrown srdbrown

posted Thursday, May 5, 2011

I Burned 25K Calories! I Lost 5 Lbs!

I’m on my third day of doing this program.. so far so good. I actually walk way more than the recommendations. I substituted the biking with the elliptical. I don’t like biking. I will try to incorporate a little running next week!

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