Workout Wednesday- Treadmill Climb


Good morning everyone.  Back to work today for another short week!  Honestly, what’s not to love about these short weeks.  I hope you all enjoyed your weekend.  We had lots of fun family time over here.  It’s wonderful when both the hubs and I are off from work.  Everyone is just a bit more relaxed.  So, we finished Homeland Season 2.  Not sure what to do next, and I can’t believe we have to wail until fall of 2013 to watch again! I’ve heard great things about Dexter and Mad Men.  Any suggestions?  We still have another week or so till prime time TV returns with new shows.  I’m so excited for the February return of Smash and thinking about watching this new show Deception on NBC.  Thoughts?

Anyways, you have all heard me talk about the fact that outdoor running season is pretty much over for me.  So my treadmill and I have been spending a lot of quality time together in the mornings.  I’m planning to use a deal I bought for a yoga class in the coming weeks which will break up my routine a bit and, of course there is always beloved Bikram.  I always like to do something besides just run whether it’s a quick circuit, some Tabata, HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training) or core work.  This treadmill climb is a great way to challenge your body differently then just running.  Best of all the changes in speeds and inclines truly make the workout fly!  Turn on your favorite play list or catch up on your DVR!

35 Minute Hill Treadmill Run

Whatever you do, get moving!

Starting next week, I am going to be linking up with Jenn over at Peas and Crayons to be at part of,


Have no fear though, Workout Wednesday will now become


Have a great day and enjoy.  Did you make any New Year resolutions?  How do you plan to stay fit and active in 2013?

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2 Responses to Workout Wednesday- Treadmill Climb

  1. Blair Delgadillo says:

    Treadmills are a great piece of exercise equipment, not only do you get to exercise your legs, your arms also get to work out as well.Treadmills also have speed settings, so you can choose the speed that is right for you. Beginners can start with a small jog.*

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