HOW LONG FOR A CARDIO TRAINING SESSION:
A cardio-training session allows you to let off steam while developing your cardiovascular endurance and improving your breath. Find out here how long your cardio training should last depending on the goal you want to achieve:
Objective 1: Return to sport or rehabilitation. The purpose of this training is to maintain your physical condition and limit the storage of fat.
Activity: walking, slow biking, sit biking
Duration: start with a session of 30 minutes a day, then go to 45 minutes (at least three times a week to get results).
Objective 2: Weight loss. The goal of this workout is to burn calories.
Activity: running, exercise bike, elliptical trainer
Duration: do a 40-minute session that you will renew 2 to 3 times a week, then increase the duration and frequency of your training depending on your progress.
Objective 3: Increase in performance, cardiovascular, and pulmonary capacities.
Activity: sprint, interval training, cycling
Duration: session of 20 to 30 minutes to be renewed 2 to 3 times per week with a recovery time between each course of 48 hours.
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