Posts Tagged ‘training’

Tabata Training

Posted: April 15, 2015 in Uncategorized
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Group X at St. Cloud State University recently unveiled a new group class called Tabata. But what is it?? Tabata is a type of training that focuses on high intensity interval training. Workouts last about 4 minutes but it’ll be the hardest 4 minutes you’ll experience. The structure is 20 seconds of intense training with 10 seconds of rest. There’s 8 rounds of this! You can do pretty much anything for the 20 second intervals but exercises that work the big muscle groups are great! Don’t be afraid to use small weights and kettle bells.

Check out this Tabata routine

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Did you know treadmills aren’t just for running? Amp up your workout routine with these strength training workouts using your… arms? Check out this video with workouts from Equinox. From planks to mountain climbers, you’ll get new muscles in no time and you’ll never look at your treadmill the same way again!

Tips To Run Your First Half Marathon

Thinking about upgrading from a 5 or 10k to a half marathon but you aren’t sure where to start? In order to build up your endurance to complete a half-marathon, you need to increase your weekly mileage over a period of time. You can’t decide today that you want to run a half-marathon tomorrow if you have been sticking to running a 5k. Interested in building up your endurance and giving a half-marathon a try? Click the photo to find a guide that will help you train for your half-marathon.

Build Yourself To Run

Posted: October 2, 2013 in Uncategorized
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A person doesn’t become a runner overnight. It takes a lot of time and patience to become a runner. Walking out the front door and expecting to run five miles is a dream, not reality. If you are struggling to become a runner but want to eventually become one, here are some tips to help you reach that goal. Don’t give up, put your mind to it and you will see the results you are looking for. Image

Train With Us

Posted: September 3, 2013 in Inspiration, Workouts
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Let SCSU Campus Recreation help train you for the upcoming Husky Spirit 5k on Sept. 28. Each Thursday, Tyler Hecht, SCSU fitness instructor will be leading the 5k and two-mile fitness walk/run. This is to get you out and moving for fun, as a way to help you prepare for the Husky Spirit 5k; any age is welcome and participants decide the speed and distance they want to travel. 
 
The walk/run will take place at 6:15 p.m., with no registration required. The weekly events are FREE for all. The events will be taking place Thursday evenings of Sept. 5, 12, 19 and 26; starting and finishing at the SCSU Husky Hub by K Lot. This event can be taken seriously to prepare for the run or it can be used as an opportunity for some exercise. 
 
Contact Tyler Hecht with any questions: hety1102@stcloudstate.edu