Intensive interval walking – walk away from those pounds

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The ‘kybun intensive interval walking’ program is the physically challenging variant of interval walking. It is a gentle yet intensive training program for the entire musculoskeletal system, but also for cognitive abilities.

It is suitable for those of all age groups who have decided that they want to strengthen their bodies and gently get their cardiovascular systems going.

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kybun interval walking involves alternating between two phases every 15 seconds. The intensive phase stimulates the cardiovascular system and relaxes the muscles. During the regenerative phase, participants walk very slowly, allowing their pulse rate to recover and preventing over-acidification, which impairs musculature function and leads to movement pain, reducing speed or forcing participants to take a break.

During the interval walking, the core inner muscles are stimulated and trained. If you wish, you can arrange a training session with a kybun expert, who will optimize the participants’ exercise movements and explain the medical and sport science aspects behind the training method. The duration and intensity of the workout can be customized according to your personal fitness levels and needs.

Prepare for the golden years with kybun interval walking

kybun interval walking improves stamina, sensomotoric abilities and coordination thanks to the two different training phases. It also increases the performance of the cardiovascular system. This in turn reduces the risk of a heart attack and ‘hidden’ diseases such as high blood pressure. The training of the core musculature of the legs and feet improves stability and balance. kybun interval walking can thus reduce the risk of falling. You can concentrate more on the regenerative or the intensive phase, depending on your goal. The focus can be adjusted between relaxation/stamina and strengthening at your discretion.

What effect does kybun interval walking have on my body?

  • Easing of movement pain
  • Gentle joint mobilization
  • Relaxing the back
  • Prevention/reduction of initial reactions
  • Core musculature training
  • Straightening the posture
  • Healthy gait
  • Conditioning adjustments
  • Improvement of leg coordination and reaction speed
  • Prevention/reduction of improper postures
  • Improvement of sensomotoric ability and proprioception

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