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David Beckham's Workout51,738 Views
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Description: David Beckham is not just an iconic soccer player, but he is also the emblem of fitness and health. Watch the David Beckhamâ€™s Workout video and see how he does it.
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To say that fitness is crucial to David Beckhamâ€™s game is like saying oxygen is crucial to life. This is true for all soccer players -- which is why youâ€™ve probably never seen a chubby guy on the field. But on top of his incredible cardiovascular fitness, Beckham also has speed, power and agility. If he didn't, thereâ€™s no way he could control the ball with just his feet. So how did Beckham become one of the fittest men in the world? With a grueling conditioning plan developed by Chris Neville, the fitness coach of the Los Angeles Galaxy. Beckhamâ€™s high-intensity interval workout is completely based on his maximum heart rate, not time or distance. Maximum heart rate, or MHR for short, is the highest number of times your heart can possibly pump in one minute. You can get a pretty good estimate of MHR, men should subtract their age from 220, and women should subtract their age from 226. Now, remembering that MHR is the fastest your heart can possibly pump before youâ€™ll keel over -- consider this typical cardio session for Beckham. Heâ€™ll run for 5 minutes at 85 percent of his maximum heart rate, rest for 4 minutes, and then do it again 2 more times for a total of 3 sets. On a different day, Beckham may do 15 one-minute runs at 95 percent of his maximum heart rate, resting only one minute between each interval. Now for the disclaimer: David Beckham is one of the most physically fit players in one of the worldâ€™s most physically demanding sports. So we're not expecting you to make it through his exact cardio routine. At least, not yet. But, high-intensity intervals are a great way for anyone to get in the best shape they can. So I recommend making a few slight adjustments to Beckhamâ€™s workout. Try doing 5 or 6 one-minute sprints at 85 percent of your maximum heart rate, resting two minutes between each. Using a heart-rate monitor can help you figure out if youâ€™re training in the right zone. You may not be competing at the level of Beckham, but taking hints from his high-intensity interval plan will help you look like you do. To learn more celebrity training tips, check out other videos in this series.