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Tuesday, March 26, 2019

Your Serious Workout Of The Day Presented by Beast Sports Nutrition! Week 2 Day 4

Welcome to the middle of week 2 Athletes and Warriors.
Today's cardio workout is another long one with a few intense intervals. This is key to making your cardio work to greatly enhance your cardiovascular capacity and burn fat. If you like to plug in your headphones and jam during your cardio workouts, try this innovative idea:  bring your personal trainer with you in your ears via the awesome Vi Virtual Personal Trainer! Hey you might end up looking forward to your workouts every day! Alright then let's get after it and make some fitness strides today. First of course here are some further fitness tips from our pals at Beast Sports Nutrition!

-Coach Nate




Week 2 - Day 4 (Tuesday) of US Sports Strength & Conditioning Free Demo's ProgramWeek Difficulty: Hard
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SelectExercise NameSet and Rep Combinations
1
5 Minute Cardio Warmup
105 Beats Per Minute. As always I will start things off nice and easy for you. Warming your body up is important for both injury prevention and for performance. Have a great workout and keep a positive attitude! 
2
20 Minute Cardio Session
139 Beats Per Minute. Get ready for a good workout. Remember to keep drinking water throughout your exercise session. Keep up your intensity! 
3
10 Minute Cardio Session
147 Beats Per Minute. Stay focused during this more intense 10 minute section. Don't forget to monitor your heart rate periodically throughout your exercise session. Keep working hard and you will reach your goals! 
4
5 Minute Easy Cooldown Activity
105 Beats Per Minute. Great job on your workout. Now, back off on the intensity and sowly cool your body down. As always, a few minutes of light stretching can help in the recovery process! 



Please consult a doctor before engaging in any exercise, fitness, or nutrition program. The exercises, sets, reps, and weights were originally set for a specific athlete. Please adjust the program to fit your present goals, abilities, and schedule. For your very own custom program, click here to learn more.

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