Gymnastics Interval Training Workout

Do you need to know a fun gymnastics interval training workout? If so, then you have come to the right place. Interval training has been proven to be very effective when trying to stay in shape or to become fit. The good news is that interval training can be performed for long periods of time, because it is done according to how much your body can handle and your body can handle a lot more when you are interval training. Follow this simple gymnastics interval training workout for maximum results:

Things you will need:

  • Gymnast clothing
  • Gymnastics playground
  • Jump Rope (optional)
  1. Warm-Up. A smart interval training workout requires a warm-up in the beginning before starting any workout. In the warm-up process, you will stretch each one of your limbs for up to sixty seconds. You will sit down on the floor with your legs as far as part as possible and reach over to one of your legs as far as possible for a minimum of sixty seconds. For your arms, while standing reach each arm over your shoulders for a minimum of sixty seconds as possible.
  2. Jump Roping or running. After the warm-up, getting your heart rate up is essential to get a great, impressive workout. You will take your jump rope or run for as long as you can. When your body starts to get tired, then you will know that it is time to move on to a lower-intensity workout. That is the great thing about interval training, you work at your own pace.
  3. Gymnast stunts. The lower-intensity workout of the interval training will include gymnast stunts. You can do hurdles or flips depending on your choice. The goal of interval training is to keep your heart pumping more than usual. Once you have felt you have done enough stunts, then you can restart option two until your body feels that the workout is complete.  You can do interval training workouts for as long and as little as you want, but for results the minimum time limit is twenty minutes per workout.
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