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Posted: 2013-04-07 03:09:42
Hi can anyone help, I need to improve my cardio in a short space of time before I start my fight training so the I don't struggle with the training in the first couple of weeks. So what's the best cardio training for decent results? thanks
Posted: 2013-05-06 12:54:33
hill sprints and hill sprints. start with as a point of reference
Posted: 2013-06-02 05:23:57
I need to get better at cardio too, with my build hill sprints aren't good for me, i lose balance easily, what else can i do to improve cardio quickly? Any help would be great thanks
Posted: 2013-06-03 04:01:53
Amy i am by no means a fitness expert, but don't overlook running just because you lose balance. Just work at it. It has helped me so much fitness-wise. Don't have to start with sprints straight away, just build up to it.

Of course good old pad work is the best form of cardio in my opinion.
Posted: 2013-06-03 10:22:36
Hey Travs, I do go running quite a bit it's just the uphill running I find difficult, if you saw me running you'd know why lol x
Posted: 2013-06-03 11:20:53
haha I like to do my sprints where no-one can see me!
Posted: 2013-06-04 04:32:45
Just run when its quiet etc. Failing that, try tabata sprints or something. They dont necessarily have to be on a hill, hill/beach sprints are just a way of making your sprints harder. The main thing is to go with sprints instead of steady state cardio, which is crap for you as well as not sport specific.
Posted: 2013-12-15 08:17:40
Hi, try long walks, with short jogs, say you walk 1 mile try jogging or even fast walking few 100m!
If you dont want to do it outside, inhouse step ups using just the stairs, can turn into a fun exercise with kids see how many you could do in a minute.
If you dont mind outside try jogging small distances increasing it every time you run.
If you need more for in house drop me an email

Hope that helped at all
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