Pressed for time? Welcome High Intensity Interval Training!


For a good number of people time is the biggest challenge between working out and not working out at all but there is an effective solution.

Here we are in the middle of 2018 and maybe those New Years fitness resolutions have faded a bit. Welcome, high intensity interval training (HIIT) sessions which typically lasts 30 minutes or less, but demands short bursts of high intensity exercise followed by a slower-paced recovery period. For example, you might sprint as hard for 15 to 30 seconds followed by a walk for 45 to 60 seconds. You’d alternate between the two for a set amount of time (which should be set by a certified personal trainer).

There’s a reason people can’t get enough of it: The workouts are time efficient and effective if you’re looking to fry fat and short on time then HIIT it!

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