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5/17/18 1:38 P

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I would probably consider the time it's taking for the incline to go back to zero as your rest period. If you need to make the rest period a little longer to compensate for the fact that it's not at zero the whole time, I think that's okay too. As long as you're working hard and challenging yourself, that's what matters most.

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LJWHARVEY Posts: 1
5/17/18 11:59 A

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Hi. I do interval work on my treadmill using incline method. Doing research I see suggested intervals as 1:1 and lower. It would take thirty seconds or so for incline to go back to zero. How can I do a true interval workout taking this in to consideration? My goal is weight loss. Thank you.

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