Everybody can sprint and should sprint for ideal health and fitness!
Sprint training is a fantastic way to work out, build muscle, and burn fat efficiently. Sprinting isn’t that simple, however, as you must be in halfway decent shape to start to avoid the risk of injury. It’s essential to understand how to monitor your heart rate to stay safe.
To make it easier for you, I posted this short video explaining how it works. Please feel free to ask me any questions you may have! Go out and try out sprint training for your first time today and live strong, but above all, Live-Well!
More on Sprint Training:
To most people sprinting sounds daunting and only something athletes would do. Everybody can sprint and should sprint to achieve ideal fitness levels. Sprint training triggers the fast-twitch muscle fibers, which activate fat burning and robust muscle growth.
There are many ways to sprint, even if you are older or overweight, there is no need to shy away from sprints, the contrary, sprinting once or twice a week will help you lose excess body weight, build lean muscle and become healthier and fitter all round.
- Step Running
- Treadmill Walking or Running.
Depending on your age and condition, you can choose any of the above sprinting methods.
The most effective and rewarding, with the least impact on joints, is swim sprinting. I do NOT recommend run sprinting if you are overweight. Always begin your sprinting journey with a low impact sprinting option. Once you have improved your overall condition, you can move on to weight-bearing sprints.
Enjoy your Sprints and above all, LIVE-WELL!