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TikTok can be addicting (understatement I know) and I find myself saving countless life hacks and workouts and recipes I want to try. I aim to workout a couple times a day while working from home so when I see a good viral TikTok workout I like to try it out. One TikTok workout I tried is a the 12-3-30 workout and let me tell you I’m a fan.

It’s quick and simple all you need is a treadmill- I use the one at my apartment complex gym. Simply put the treadmill on an incline of 12 and speed of 3 and then walk for 30 minutes. The pace is only a 20 minute mile, so if you hate running as much I do never fear, you probably walk a little faster than this in your neighborhood. The incline is where the difficulty and calorie burning comes in-it’s harder than it looks. My heart rate stays around the upper 90s to 100 and you’ll burn over 320 calories in just 30 minutes so it’s perfect if you’re short on time.

I’ve actually done this several times over the past couple weeks and played around with adding a little more incline, speed, and if I’m really feeling it-time.

This is one thing that went viral for good reason and is something I believe I will be incorporating into my workout routine for a long time.

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