What sort of cardio interval training do you do?

Aid Q.
Nothing regular, yet, expect 5min morning yoga. But when I do longer sessions, it’s a mix of walking, jogging, swimming, and biking. Every once in a while a cycling or dance class.
Suzanne N.
I don't. This really is early doors. I am just building 10 mins exercise into my morning routine (on exercise bike or step). Would appreciate any ideas about cardio interval training though. Thanks for your question.
Mirco A.
HIIT is my favourite type of exercise… It is efficient and you can always vary it to accommodate nearly any injury. I use the bodycoach Joe Wicks free on YouTube he has a friendly and energizing approach. One of the best times I find to exercise is that we let our child watch tv only after bath time each day just before bed. That same thirty minutes is perfect for a HIIT.
Nora E.
I train twice a week with a personal trainer. I dance once a week and I go to the gym 4-5 days per week. I walk lots during the day as I am an art teacher!
Florian Z.
I havent really looked into interval training and would love more insight on how to myself. I'm currently just focused on trying to achieve my 6000 steps a day to regulate the amount of physical activity I make a habit of daily.
Fil Mon A.
I start out by running a mile on the treadmill, usually begin walking the first two minutes. Then after, depending on if i’m doing legs or arms that day, i will proceed with my arm or leg workout
-30 sec plank
10 lb dumbbell curls 3 sets of 8
-30 sec plank
10 lb dumbbell behind the head presses 3 sets of 8
-30 sec plank
10 lb dumbbell side lifts 3 sets of 4
Carmen T.
Walk around the block a few times. Tread the mill. Ride a stationary bike. Do jumping Jacks and High knees or step ups
Steve Z.
I run up mount sanitas. I used to do intervals on a stair machine and will start those again, plus intermittent sprinting during runs.
Brooklyn O.
I am running a mile everyday! I ran the whole thing today too. Half way through I didn’t think I could do it but I made myself keep going and I did it!
Lucy S.
I ran for 1 hour and 5 minutes. It was challenging, my feet hurt. My guess is because I did not sleep well last night and I wore high heels to work. Never the less, I completed my 5.4 mile run.
Gavin C.
I either follow the instructions of my bike computer/zwift or spin according to song structures in various records (ie the first Rage Against The Machine album)
Wilma P.
Instead of just varying my speed, I also change up my incline on the treadmill or when choosing which route to run. Hills keep things mixed up and fun for me, since I prefer to keep jogging/running the whole time!
Storm C.
My newest effort at cardio is running up and down stairs for 20 minutes. Eventually I will add dumbbells or a weighted vest. I will do this on days that I don’t play tennis or do strength training. Strength training is twice a week and always involves some cardio. Tennis is also some cardio. So the goal is some kind of cardio six days a week. I started strength training three years ago. I used to be 40 pounds heavier. It took 18 months to lose the 40 lbs and in the process I gained a lot of strength and vitality. It has been an amazing journey that continues to give me benefits and the opportunity to make improvements. I am not satisfied with the status quo. I am happy of course that I wear a size 4 but I continue in my efforts and always look for something to improve. I am curious to know just how great a body and what level of fitness can a 70-year old woman achieve? And what will I look like when I am 75?