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One of the biggest time wasters in the fitness game is spending time in the lame “cardio” section of a commercial gym.
These soul-draining devices like treadmills and ellipticals are set up to make you think that you are working out.
In reality, the folks on these machines look like extras from the Walking Dead.
Have you ever seen anyone doing an inspiring treadmill workout? Of course not!
What happened to real conditioning?
What happened to challenging yourself?
And what in the blue sky happened to hard work?
You see the human body was designed to move in space, not operate on a human hamster wheel.
When it comes to conditioning, the best exercise that you can do is sprinting.
Sprinting will eat body fat for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
Sprinting will build your body, your character, and your mental toughness.
Consistently sprinting will also allow you to develop the butt and hamstrings of a stallion.
And when you combine sprinting with a progressive weight lifting program, a great diet, and the proper recovery, you will build a comic book-like body.
There are no downsides to sprinting if you are healthy but what you cannot do is just go outside and sprint at full speed.
You have to know how to warm up for sprinting. Without this knowledge you will be going down a dark road that only leads to you getting injured.
I do not want to see you in the ER with that pulled or torn hamstring.
Check out my video at the top of the page so that you can learn about how to warm up for sprinting.
I’ll holla at you next time.
The People’s Trainer,
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