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    Apparently this is what Randy Cotoure does and I've been doing it. I'm wondering how others feel when they're done. I typically do this twice one time per week with a 10 minute break between runs. Randy does it and then lifts weights for a while and then does it again and repeats the cycle a few times. Obviously he is better at it than I am but that is expected since I'm not an elite athlete and work a desk job.

    Treadmill for 5 minutes:
    7 mph at 1% incline - 1 min.
    7.5 mph at 2% incline - 1 min.
    8.0 mph at 3% incline - 1 min.
    8.5 mph at 4% incline - 1 min.
    9.0 mph at 5% incline - 1 min.

    Personally, when I'm done I'm gasping for air pretty good. After my 2 5-minute runs I then lift weights (upper body) for about an hour and then burn another 750 calories on the treadmill going about 3.2 mph at 15% incline. The rest of the day my pulse rate is over 70 bpm and I think a big part of that has to do with the two 5 minute runs. Takes a lot out of me.

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    At the Randy couture Weight lifting routine to this it will maximize your endurance and Strength
    The workout is without putting down the bar once you do
    8 rows
    8 upright rows
    8 millitary press
    8 lunge Squats each leg
    8 Squats with a Jerk at the end
    and then 8 goodmornings
    Thats 1 set just do as many sets as you an do and everyother day try to go more and more and more till you get real good
    Mental toughness is to physical as four is to one.

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    Great stuff!!!
    "All that we are is the result of what we have thought. The mind is everything. What we think we become."

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