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High Interval Intensity Training (HIIT) Staff

Tips and Tricks to Lose Weight Fast

High Interval Intensity Training (HIIT)

When you are exercising, your only goal is to burn more calories as fast as possible. You burn fat more when you intensify your exercise. But, it is impossible to continue the intense work out for more than a minute.

So, instead of continuing to exercise on a regular pace or exercising slowly, the best option is HIIT. High-Intensity Interval Training is an exercise routine that is highly suggested by professional instructors and is proven as one of the most effective exercise methods.

High Interval Intensity Training
High Interval Intensity Training

In HIIT, you can choose any exercise such as running, treadmill, skipping, boxing, cardio and so on. You just have to do that exercise at a high intensity. In between, you have to take calculated intervals. For example, you can do a 2 minute run on the treadmill at high speed and incline then take a 2-minute interval walking briskly.

The intense exercise will increase your heart rate while the interval lets your heart-rate drop. The constant fluctuation of heart rate burns body-fat at a high rate. This enables you to lose calories in a comparatively lesser time than other exercise routines.

Once your heart rate decreases during the interval between the intense exercises, your body’s requirement for oxygen increases. So, the body consumes more oxygen and that helps in burning calories more. DVD’s and CD’s are available for work out routines at home that use HIIT techniques.

High Interval Intensity Training
High Interval Intensity Training

Jillian Michaels Body Shred is available for helping you exercise at home or for gym instructors to help the members.

High Interval Intensity Training
High Interval Intensity Training

If you are on Amazon Prime, such a workout routine titled HIIT At Home is available for you to watch and exercise at home. With the help of this, you can fulfil your wish of burning more fat and calories in lesser time.

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