How HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training) Works

How HIIT Works

In a 2018 survey, HIIT ranked top on the worldwide fitness trends followed by body weight training & wearable tech. I’ll take you through how HIIT works and its benefits. Recently, I covered the best shoes for HIIT Workouts. So, let’s dive right in!!!

SummaryHIIT combines short intense cardiovascular exercise (oxygen-demanding) succeeded by recovery periods of 30 seconds. During recovery, the body demands high oxygen (Excess Post-exercise oxygen consumption (EPOC)). HIIT burns fat and increases heart rate over a short period of time. 

Basics of HIIT Workout

High-load strength training in HIIT involves taking each exercise at your full capacity before taking intermittent breaks of 30 seconds to improve foot conditions like Plantar Fasciitis. Repeat the exercises daily and improve the completion times each time.

50 Jump Squats 

For Jump Squats, you’ll need to stand tall while having your feet being about hip-width/ shoulder-wide apart.

20 Tricep Dips

 40 Sit-Ups 

40-sec Burpees

15 Jumping Lunges (Split Jumps) 

40 Push-Ups 

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