10 Reasons to Start High-Intensity Interval Training Right Now
High-intensity interval training, or HIIT, is a form of interval training, a cardiovascular exercise strategy alternating short periods of intense anaerobic exercise with less intense recovery periods until one is too exhausted to continue.
This technique doesn’t require any special fitness skills. At the same time, it may help you to spend less time in a gym but faster achieve your fitness goals. And here are other 10 reasons to try HIIT workout:
- It burns more calories in general.
- It burns more fat in less time.
- It continues to burn calories even after the activity itself.
- It strengthens your heart.
- It helps to maintain your normal blood sugar level.
- It may help to lower blood pressure.
- It makes you inhale more oxygen.
- It is both cardio and strength training session.
- It is customized to your needs.
- You don’t have to go to the gym.
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