August 2007
2 Big Launches!!!!  I welcomed baby number 3, Carlie, to our family on August 20th.  I will be posting tips and pictures of my progress of getting back into my Sanefitness shape under the pregnancy tab on my website, www.sanefit.com/sane-preggers .  I will be my own before and after, please email me personally with any questions or thoughts.
The other launch is the same mentioned in the most recent Newsletter, Sanefitness NextLevel.  We apologize for any problems with our shopping cart that day, everything is perfect now.  Enjoy our last days of FREE SHIPPING on the original product, good through the end of August.
With less than 2 weeks left of Summer, it is not too late to get into a new workout routine.  We are so excited to introduce our newest product that will take your fitness routine to the "Next Level" and right into the fall!  Now you can get 12 weeks of progressive routines, logon to www.sanefit.com  for more details and special offers. 
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Beverley
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Sane & Effective Cardio:

How to make the most of 20 minutes:
Here are some examples on how to do 20 minutes of quality cardio on a treadmill. This same idea can be applied to just about any other cardio excercise. 
TREADMILL EXAMPLE 1:

Routine A (moderate pace): Walk at 4.0 miles/hr, and you will cover around 1.3 miles in 20 minutes. Next time you come in to do routine A you should try 4.2 miles/hr and cover a little more distance.

Routine B (challenging pace): Walk at 4.0 miles/hr, but raise the treadmill to a 5% incline. Next time increase your speed but keep the incline the same. When you reach the fastest speed you can handle without jogging, increase the incline a little more each workout.

Routine C (strenuous pace): Walk at your top speed at the highest incline you can endure. If you find it extremely hard to maintain such intensity then do intervals. That is, 2 minutes at the top speed and top incline followed by one minute at a lower speed and lower incline.

TREADMILL EXAMPLE 2:

Routine A (moderate pace): Walk at 4.0 miles/hr, but raise the treadmill to a 5% incline. Next time increase your speed but keep the incline the same. When you reach the fastest speed you can handle without jogging, increase the incline a little more each workout.

Routine B (challenging pace): Walk at your top speed at the highest incline you can endure. If you find it extremely hard to maintain such intensity, then do intervals-two minutes at the top speed and top incline followed by 1 minute at a lower speed and lower incline.

Routine C (strenuous pace): Time to start Jogging. If you jog at 5.5 mph you will cover 1.8 miles in 20 minutes. Your goal is to keep increasing the mileage within those 20 minutes. So next time do 5.7 mph or do intervals-start at 5.5 mph for 2 minutes then go up to 6.0 mph for 1 minute, and then back to 5.5 mph for 2 minutes and repeat.

Once you become better at this, increase the speed of both the 2-minute "moderate" interval and the 1-minute "hard" interval. If you really want push to push yourself after a few weeks of the program, keep the intervals to 1 minute moderate and 1 minute hard for the whole 20 minutes.

 

Change it up so you don't get bored!
Coming soon to www.sanefit.com
More on-line workouts and more ongoing advice to maximize your results with Sanefitness!