Incline Treadmill Workout 

Good morning and happy Monday!! I feel more rested today than I did all weekend. We worked on our new house non stop Friday to Sunday. I was terribly sick most of last week so I wasn’t able to work out like I typically do. This morning I needed to sweat. We have a treadmill at our apartment which is more convenient than going to the gym every day, so I did an incline workout that left me breathless. It felt so good. I knew I wanted to share this one with you all.

  • Do at least a 5 min warmup (jog, lunges, squats, jumping jacks, etc)
  • Run a mile at a steady pace
  • After your mile, turn the incline all the way up (or as high as you can safely handle)
  • Jog or run .10 of a mile,  walk .10 of a mile, then turn the incline down and repeat until your incline reaches 1 or 2
  • Cool down

This was a fun, but very hard workout for me. I have always struggled running hills, but that makes it even more motivating! Make sure to only do the incline and speeds that you feel comfortable doing! 

I hope you enjoy this as much as I did! It was a great way to start my Monday!! Stay motivated! 

With love,


13 thoughts on “Incline Treadmill Workout ”

  1. We hear such great things about incline workouts. We typically do 30 minutes on the stair master for cardio, but we are interested in trying this workout!

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  2. Oh my. This month is my month, and my hubby and I are targeting to workout. Definitely, we will be able to see treadmill again. Having that incline feature is really cool and effective, reminds me of my treadmill habit at work when I was in the Philippines.

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