Odds and Evens Treadmill workout

Happy hump day friends! How’s your week going? Over here I have been struggling a little getting back on schedule after the long weekend. I only slept in an extra half an hour or so a couple of days over the weekend, but it has made my mornings seem extra early this week.

With all the hustle and bustle during the holiday season, I find that I am often in need of a workout (it is a definite stress reliever for me) but am short on time. So I am always trying to squeeze in a quick sweat session where I can. This odds and evens treadmill workout is great 30-minute cardio workout that can be completed on its own, or paired with some strength training if you have a little more time. This is a great workout for a walking pace since it includes plenty of inclines.  But you can also pick up the pace a little too up the challenge.

Odds & Evens Treadmill workout

As always, feel free to modify as needed and listen to your body. It is also advisable to talk to your healthcare provider before starting a new fitness routine.

Looking for a quick strength workout to pair with it? How about this plank workout?

Hope you have a great day!


29 thoughts on “Odds and Evens Treadmill workout

  1. This looks like an awesome workout! I’m definitely going to keep this in mind for when I’m at my parents house over the holidays. Maybe Christmas morning would be a great time to sweat a bit on their treadmill before the craziness of the day sets in. Thanks for sharing!

  2. Good tips…I tend to focus more on altering my pace, but adjusting the incline may help the drudgery faced on the dreadmill. thx

  3. Feels good to get back to working out after Thanksgiving! You mentioned planks and I thought, man I should really do some planks. And then I went into the kitchen to get more chocolate chips… We’ll get there.

  4. I rarely use the treadmill we have but when I do, I love the changing it up workouts like this one. I need to keep this and use it!

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