Using cardio training requires both mental and physical strength. It is not as easy to get back to shape as everyone says. After your holiday, summer or winter (during which most people gain weight) people want to get back in shape. But the amount of will at the beginning of the process is not the same amount of will near the middle or the end of the process. You might start running for ten minutes and then just give up because you’re tired. This will probably make cardio training unappealing.
However, doing cardio training is very important for our health and most people neglect that fact. Most of us waste time on social networks or just staring at the TV. We can use that time and get back into shape. But getting back into shape and looking fit is not about hopping on a treadmill or going around your neighborhood for an hour long run. No, cardio training is a process and in order to get the most of it you need a proper routine. If you stick with eleven basic steps you will notice that you’re slowly getting back in shape.
1. Plan cardio training:
You should make a schedule of your cardio training. Your schedule should consist of at least two-three runs every week. You should also slowly increase the hardness of your runs.
• As soon as you notice that you can do more cardio training, you’re on a good path.