HIGH INTENSIVE INTERVALL TRAINING
HIGH INTENSITY INTERVALL TRAINING
Improve your overall fitness , get healthier with less time and commitment. No, this is not a shortcut. The workout is very intense and will demand your full commitment in a short session.
HIIT is defined as short, intense, unsustainable bursts of physical activity, paired with intervals of quick rests. This type of intense training causes a sort of metabolic disturbance which can result in the body burning calories at a higher rate up to 48-72 hours later. HIIT can also increase metabolism, reduce insulin resistance, improve cardiac function, produce faster gains in endurance levels than steady state cardio training .
This type of training can be done anywhere and usually doesn’t require equipment and may be more efficient in terms of time commitment. This type of training also burns more fat effectively than typical endurance cardio. The body has to heal after this type of training so it is not recommended that you perform HIIT every day - usually it is recommended to perform this type of training a maximum of 1-3 days per week.
This training program involves intense work periods that are performed at 80% to 95% of a person’s estimated maximal heart rate which is the maximum number of times your heart will beat in a minute without overexerting yourself. The recovery periods may last as long as the work periods and are usually performed at a rate of 40% to 50% of a person’s estimated maximal heart rate. The workout involves alternating between the work and recovery periods.
+ BURN A LOT OF CALORIES IN A SHORT PERIOD OF TIME
+ METABOLIC RATE IS HIGHER FOR HOUR AFTER A SESSION
+ GET A HEARTPUMPING CARDIO WORKOUT
+ GET AN INTENSIVE FULL BODY WORKOUT
+ TONE UP YOUR MUSCELS
+ IMPROVE OXYGEN CONSUMTION
+ REDUCE STRESS