High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT)

There is nothing like it! This method of training beats slow moderate cardio any day. The reason this method of training works so well is because you use more energy and burn more fat and calories in the shortest amount of time!

A good example of a HIIT workout:

20 seconds of jumping jacks

10 seconds of rest

20 seconds of mountain climbers

10 seconds of rest

20 seconds of burpees

10 seconds of rest

20 seconds of pushups

10 seconds of rest

And, so forth and so on… Do this type of interval training (also known as Tabata) for 20 minutes, and you’ll burn more fat and calories than you would if you jogged for 20 minutes. It’s intense! There is no set HIIT workout. You can google it and find more examples, but you can also make up your own. For the workout that suits your needs, pick the exercises you like the best for whatever body part you want to work on and incorporate those into your HIIT. That is the best way to start. As you get stronger and your endurance improves, then you should add exercises that are more challenging. Trust me, you’ll see the benefits right away!

Check out this article on >>>Benefits Of High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT).

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