This Taylor Swift treadmill workout has gone viral on TikTok — here’s why

There’s a reason why so many people hate the treadmill — it has the potential to be mind-numbingly boring. If left to my own devices, even when using one of the best treadmills on the market, without the structure of a Peloton class or treadmill workout, I spend my time staring at the ticking clock, wishing I was somewhere else. That said, when I saw the Taylor Swift treadmill strut going viral on TikTok, I was keen to find out more. So I put my fear of the dreadmill aside and head to the gym to give it a go. 

The Taylor Swift treadmill strut was devised by Alice Bennett (opens in new tab), who puts together treadmill workouts (or struts, in her words) to the music of popular artists. Bennett has since amassed a whopping 300,000 followers on TikTok and her Taylor Swift workout currently has 3.6 million views on the platform, and for good reason. The workout requires you to walk for 36 minutes, increasing the intensity with each song. Read on to find out more. 

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