I am really loving these mountain hike intervals and now I have my hubby hooked on them too. Last week, we did one on the battlefield in Gettysburg . We were staying close to Culp’s Hill in a B&B called the Farnsworth House. We walked out the door, across the street and in a few minutes we were on the battlefield. The hilly terrain made it a great workout. When we were done, we took in a little history of the three day Gettysburg battle.
The Gettysburg battlefield at the end of our hike.
This morning we hiked on Stone Creek Road. It was all uphill during the 30 minute interval. I was breathing as hard as I used to when I ran in the mornings . It was a much more beautiful walk than the 2 miles around my neighborhood. We had a crisp, cool early fall morning. I can’t wait to try in again when the leaves start to turn colors.
Here’s some of the exercises we used during the 30 second “work” phases:
Burpees with a vertical jump, skips, basketball lunges, push-ups, defensive slides, speed squats, inchworm, and walking lunges.
Hopefully I’ll be able to upload a video soon with the exercise we use during the work phases so you can make up your own mountain hike interval!