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Exercise Bike Interval Workout – intermediate

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This video has been made for users of exercise bikes or other devices who wish to work or watch videos while working out. It’s especially good for the FitDesk. This video has no annoying commentary or music, just instructions to follow for your workout. It’s small-sized, so you can make the viewing window tiny, in one corner of your monitor, and you can devote the rest of your screen space to reading, or surfing, or another video, or whatever. You can play your own favorite workout music, and this won’t interfere.

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Exercise Bike Interval Workout – intermediate

Research has proven that Interval training will accelerate weight loss. Interval training involves a series of intense efforts with recovery periods in between. The University of New South Wales recently conducted studies into interval training and has developed an exercise bike workout routine that burned 3 times the fat compared to a group of that only conducted aerobic training on the bikes. What was more stunning was that the weight loss exercise was done in half the time! The only problem is, you have to pay attention to a stopwatch or an app to get the interval timing right, but this video contains all the timing and instructions needed so you can concentrate on other things while working out.

Here is that exercise bike workout:

After thoroughly warming up (5 minutes of pedalling at an easy rate and resistance), follow this workout routine for 20 minutes:

Intense effort 8 seconds

Recovery 12 seconds

Intense effort 8 seconds

Recovery 12 seconds

Intense effort 8 seconds

Recovery 12 seconds

Intense effort 8 seconds

Recovery 12 seconds

Intense effort 8 seconds

Recovery 12 seconds

Intense effort 8 seconds

Recovery 12 seconds

That is 2 minutes of a twenty minute interval workout. Depending on your fitness level, you may need to increase the recovery time at this point. There is no point exhausting yourself before half way. Also, this video has a one-minute set recovery time between sets. Try this routine every second day, combined with aerobic training to ensure you recover from this routine. As you get fitter, you can increase intensity. Remember to complete a 5-minute warm down at the end of the workout.

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