Incorporate them either into your normal run or as its own workout session.
> Sprints rev the metabolism and actually can assist will building muscle in the legs.
7. Mix in Exercises:
Try mixing in bodyweight exercises in-between your run.
> This will break up a "boring session" and add a strength-building component to your workout.
8. Fight That Little Voice:
Ignore that voice in your head that tells you to slow down, take a break, or just flat out quit.
> Fitness is a discipline, learn to embrace the work.
9. Cool Down:
Bring your heart rate back down.
> This will improve your recovery process and progressively slow the body down after an intense session.
10. Keep Track:
Keep a workout log of how much weight you lift? Keep track of how far you went and the tempo used to get there.
> Numbers don't lie, documenting your progress will keep you in tune with what works, and with what doesn't.
11. Get Consistent:
One great cardio session has never gotten anyone anywhere. One great month of them have.
> Get into a routine and stick with it. Develop a process from warm-up to cool down.