HIIT, High Intensity Interval Training, ensures the maximum benefits of your workouts with intense, explosive training techniques that keeps your heart rate pumping throughout a short period of time. A HIIT workout is typically 15 to 45 minutes in duration and varies in many types of rounds and exercises. An example of a HIIT workout would be one minute of full-out jumping rope followed by 30 seconds of kettlebell squats. You have the power to control your HIIT workouts from 2-3 different exercises, with or without equipment/weight, and for how many intervals you can push through.
But most importantly, HIIT provides many health benefits especially if you’re looking to achieve specific fitness goals in a short amount of time. Check out these four unique benefits that comes with implementing HIIT into your workout routine.
According to studies, researchers found that HIIT burns up 25-30% more calories than other forms of exercise. Because HIIT workouts forces you to work hard in a shorter amount of time, you sweat a lot more while burning more calories and shedding more fat because of the increase in heart rate intensity.
Incorporating HIIT workouts in your fitness routine can speed up your metabolic rate, therefore, burning more fat and calories outside the gym. In several studies, researchers demonstrated that HIIT increases your metabolism after exercise more than jogging and weight training.
HIIT promotes a healthy heart and lowers blood pressure. Many case studies have concluded that HIIT exercises are best for overweight and obese individuals who often have high blood pressure because of the intense labor of the heart during HIIT. HIIT exercises helps blood flow effectively throughout the body and may also improve insulin resistance in diabetic individuals.
What makes HIIT workouts even more beneficial is its freedom in any space with and without the use of equipment or weights. Whether you’re in need of a quick, simple workout at home, hotel room, or at the park, HIIT is always very convenient. All you ever need is your body and your mind!
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