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HIIT is a training technique in which you give all-out, 100% effort through quick, intense bursts of exercise, followed by short, sometimes active, recovery periods.
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Burn calories fast with HIIT classes
High-intensity interval training classes can help you to burn more calories faster using the unique stop-start method. Most fitness classes tend to keep the energy level the same throughout the session, but HIIT classes do the opposite.
They use a mixture of fast, high-intensity exercises which are then accompanied by a less intense recovery exercise, then a rest period. This is repeated throughout the session, so that you work hard, then relax.
This is considered the best way to burn up more calories and keep your intensity at a high level throughout your class.
- Efficiency – high-intensity training is more efficient than many workouts that were common practice years ago, you get a better workout in less time.
- Calories – you burn more calories with a HIIT workout than traditional fitness routines, calories keep burning after the workout stops.
- No Equipment Required – all you need is the ability to move, no equipment is required to get a great HIIT workout.
- Builds Heart Health – increase your health and improve heart function with high-intensity workouts.
- Lose Weight, Build Muscle – the best part about a HIIT workout, you lose weight rather than just losing muscle.
Find HIIT classes in your area
Most gyms are now offering some form of HIIT classes, but you may wish to look through the different options available in your area to find the class which most suits your need.
Many people don’t realise that they must work hard during the HIIT period, and so the classes can be quite a shock to the beginner.
“A HIIT workout increases the body’s need for oxygen during the effort and creates an oxygen shortage, causing your body to ask for more oxygen during recovery,” says Eric Salvador, head instructor at The Fhitting Room in NYC.
“HIIT cardio burns 6 times the fat in ½ the time compared to steady-state cardio.” – International Journal of Obesity
HIIT Facts & Stats
Did you know? HIIT stands for high-intensity interval training.
HIIT has been shown to burn adipose (fat) tissue more effectively than low-intensity exercise – up to 50% more efficiently.
HIIT causes an oxygen shortage, which is known as Excess Post-Exercise Oxygen Consumption (EPOC), and this is the reason why intense exercise will help burn more fat and calories than regular aerobic and steady-state workouts.
According to a survey conducted by The American College of Sports Medicine, HIIT holds steady among the top fitness trends for 2017.
HIIT Tips & Questions
Aim for 2-3 HIIT sessions a week, and make sure you build in at least 24 hours of rest and recovery between sessions.
What are 3 benefits of HIIT? Increases metabolism, it’s quick and convenient and no equipment necessary.
HIIT has become a popular way to burn more fat, improve endurance, and build strength.