Keep the pace

James Bond captured the attention of every room he entered, because he always looked his best. Looking your best will help you to feel your best and enhance your overall mind state. You might think that the only way to get the perfect body is to sweat it out at the gym, but you can opt for jogging instead. This allows you to get out in the fresh air and start a cardio workout that will give you increased confidence. The way that others perceive you affects how you see yourself. However, getting in shape will allow you to obtain the body that you desire and finally become the center of attention just like Bond. Don’t you think that Bond would start each day in style with laps around the track? If it is good enough for James Bond, it is definitely good enough for you.

Mix it Up

The best part about summer jogging is that you have the ability to mix up your workout. When you first try to get in shape you do not have the stamina or strength to go all-out. This means that you might need to work your way into shape by walking and jogging. This will enable you to burn some calories and lose weight until you can build your endurance and work your way into full sprints.

A cardio workout will help you increase your heart rate and also build up your legs and glutes. When you are looking to lose weight with lap sessions, you must know that each mile run equates to 100 calories. You must have the right running form to ensure that you can avoid injury or painful shin splints. Sometimes it is best to mix up your workouts with a combination of walking, jogging and running.

Be Diligent

The only way to get a Body like Bond is to be diligent and dedicated. Do you think James Bond got his washboard abs overnight? It is a work in progress that will take you all summer, but the important part is not giving up. You might have some setbacks with your summer racetrack training lap sessions, but don’t give in. You should start with the mindset that it is not going to be easy and you have to slowly work your way into shape.

Remember that slow and steady always wins the race, so don’t be afraid to take small breaks and walk in between sprints until you can build your endurance levels. Hydration is key, so always bring along water to help you stay hydrated when the sun is at its peak. Having a setback in your training routine is not a sign of weakness, but giving in completely is.

Lapping Sessions Program for You

Here is a 10 lap program that is ideal for beginners or anyone looking to finally find their Bond body buried underneath. All you need to get started is a stopwatch and access to a track that you can use for running, walking and jogging. It is important to know that for most tracks, 1 lap is the equivalent to ¼ of a mile. This means that you must go around the track four times to equal 1 mile.

Don’t Forget To Loosen Up

You might think that your time on the track is the most important, but it is your warm-up that matters most. If you want to avoid energy and have the strength to finish your lapping sessions each day, you need to start with a warm-up that loosens your joints and muscles. Stretching will get you ready for the track and be sure to focus on key areas including your groin, hamstrings, calves and lower back. It is also a good idea to invest in some running shoes and apparel that will help you look the part and stay comfortable while you work to get in Bond-like shape.

Laps 1 and 2

On laps 1 and 2, you should do your best to walk instead of run. This will help to get your entire body warmed up and help to increase your heart rate slowly. Walking at an increased pace is the optimal way to begin the first two laps.

Laps 3 and 4

Once you get to your 3rd lap, you should begin jogging at a diligent pace. Do not go too fast and remember that the first mile is designed to just warm-up your body and get you ready for your full summer track training session.

What About the Rest?

After you have finished your first mile, the rest of your workout should be a combination of a fast-paced run or a brisk jog. Completing 10 miles should be your goal, but you ca always walk if your endurance is not up to par.  As long as you stay active and diligent, you should have a summer Bond body in no time at all.

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JF Bouchard

J.-F. Has been working around as a consultant for NATO for about 10 years from which he truly lived the James Bond lifestyle. Working around in war theaters along side the military and other Security experts and traveling to the most fabulous places in the world. J.-F. has trained in different Martial Arts, learned to fly Helicopters and basically learned the real tradecraft stuff on the ground. Added a few perks here and there, still living his life to the fullest.