Sprint core workout is one of the most effective ways to get an intense cardio workout. It’s also an excellent way to torch fat, build muscle and strength and improve your stamina. If you are new to sprinting or haven’t done it in a while, it can feel challenging at first.
Hi, this is Dennis Heenan from FatBurningNation.com. How are you doing
By the way, I created SuperHeroSprints.com. It’s a simple high-intensity interval training workout that you can do anywhere. You don’t need any equipment or a special location to get the benefits of Superhero sprints: all you need is determination, grit, and willpower.
I will complete all my sprinting on the ground or a wall today. This was made especially for Rick Kaselj and his ExercisesForInjuries.com readers.
What is Sprint Cardio Workout?
Sprint Core Workout is running at maximum speed. It’s important to note that you do not need to be a runner to sprint. It is a great way for non-runners to get a good cardio workout because it doesn’t require the same equipment or skill as other cardio workouts. There are different types of sprints you can do. You can make a timed sprint where you run as fast as you can for a certain distance. Also, make a distance sprint, where you run as fast as possible until you hit a certain distance. You can also incorporate sprinting into intervals. You can do this by setting a timer and running as fast as you can for a certain amount of time. Then, slow the pace and take a break before doing it again.
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We performed four sprint core workout exercises, each for 30 seconds.
- Mountain Climber
- Sit Through
- Plank to Push Up
Those are the four workouts. You may be puzzled by their absence of sprints, but these will raise your heart rate and activate various muscles throughout your body.
The first exercise we will do is the Mountain Climber. We will begin in a pushup position, bringing one leg up at a time for 30 seconds. Let’s begin on three-two-one, go! I have a timer here.
To do the mountain climber exercise, start in a pushup position with palms on the floor directly below your shoulders and knees bent at 90-degree angles. Maintain a straight spine as you lift one foot off the ground and move it forward as if climbing a hill. Then return your foot to the ground and switch legs.
We want to make sure we are tightening our stomachs as if we were getting punched by someone. It’s not that hard to perform this exercise, but it does require some stamina. It also helps if you have carpeted floors! Hold this for 30 seconds, please. And you will now proceed into Planks.
Keep your back straight and your core tight as you start this circuit. We’ll make this harder by starting to sway a little bit. You’ll be starting to build a little more cardio and core work, as well as strengthening your shoulders.
Plank exercises are an excellent way to strengthen your core and improve your posture. Doing them regularly will give you stronger abs and back muscles and help correct posture problems such as forward head tilt and rounded shoulders. Plank exercises can be done at home or in the gym — anywhere you are, like this! A Sit Through will be performed after switching backing into a pushup position.
In case you’re wondering, sit-through is a dynamic exercise that requires you to sit and then remain seated for some time while extending your legs in front of you.
Looking at it from a different perspective, it is an exercise that challenges balance and stability besides conditioning your muscles. This helps in keeping your body toned and also improves blood circulation as well.
Every time you sit down, you should return to a pushup position. This isn’t easy, but I was hoping you could perform a Side Plank for 15 seconds on each side. We’ll focus on the shoulders so that we might feel them.
The last exercise will be Plank to Push Up. I will do a plank, then a pushup, and switch hands here, so I have ten more seconds. You should be feeling it, and we are done.
You should repeat the 2-minute circuit for three rounds, taking a 1-minute break between rounds.
This is Dennis Heenan, the creator of SuperHeroSprints.com and FatBurningNation.com. I appreciate Rick and his readers for watching this.
Enjoy the workout. Please leave me some feedback below and let me know how you do. I look forward to talking to you guys soon.