HIIT TRAINING - DO IT ANYWHERE

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Body Weight — Hiit Training - Do It Anywhere

The popularity of high intensity interval training(HIIT) is on the rise. High intensity interval training sessions are commonly called HIIT workouts. This type of training involves repeated bouts of high intensity workout followed by varied recovery times.
There's nothing more natural than using your own body weight for HIIT training. Do it anywhere body weight exercise are often championed for their effectiveness, its a cardio burner and will leave you dripping sweat and feeling great. The high-intensity, full-body movements push you hard, while the rest periods recharge you for the next round. Squats and lunges will leave your quads and glutes shredded, while the burpees;) and push-ups keep your heart pumping and lungs burning

Why Is Hiit So Famous:

HIIT workouts provide similar fitness benefits, as continuous endurance workouts, but in shorter periods of time. This is because HIIT workouts tend to burn more calories than traditional workouts, especially after the workout.
The post-exercise period is called “EPOC”, which stands for Excess post-exercise oxygen consumption. EPOC, informally called afterburn, is a measurably increased rate of oxygen intake following strenuous activity intended to erase the body's "oxygen deficit." This is generally about a 2-hour period after an exercise bout where the body is restoring itself to pre-exercise levels, and thus using more energy. Because of the vigorous contractile nature of HIIT workouts, the EPOC generally tends to be greater in HIIT than other workouts, adding more calorie burn to the overall energy expenditure.

BENEFITS OF HIIT:

1. Do it anywhere

2. Increase your metabolism

3. No equipments: Only body weight

4. Burn fat (Not muscle) and get ripped

5. Healthy Heart

6. Challenging: If exercise does not challenge you, it does not work.

HOW MANY TIMES HIIT CAN BE DONE IN A WEEK?

You can do upto 3 HIIT workouts in a week, depending on your fitness level. Since HIIT workout is exhaustive than steady state endurance workouts. Therefore, a longer recovery period is often needed. Perhaps start with, 1 HIIT training workout a week, with your other workouts (steady state workouts). As you feel ready for more challenge, increase upto 3 workouts per week.

PRECAUTIONS AND SAFETY MEASURES:

People who have sedentary lifestyles or periods of physical inactivity may have an increased coronary disease risk to high intensity exercise. Family history, cigarette smoking, hypertension, diabetes (or pre-diabetes), abnormal cholesterol levels and obesity will increase this risk. Medical clearance from a physician may be an appropriate safety measure for anyone with these conditions before starting HIIT or any exercise training. Safety in participation should always be primary priority, and people should focus more on finding their own optimal training intensities as opposed to keeping up with others in the group.

PRECAUTIONS AND SAFETY MEASURES:

People who have sedentary lifestyles or periods of physical inactivity may have an increased coronary disease risk to high intensity exercise. Family history, cigarette smoking, hypertension, diabetes (or pre-diabetes), abnormal cholesterol levels and obesity will increase this risk. Medical clearance from a physician may be an appropriate safety measure for anyone with these conditions before starting HIIT or any exercise training. Safety in participation should always be primary priority, and people should focus more on finding their own optimal training intensities as opposed to keeping up with others in the group.

GIVE HIIT A TRY!

Interval training is becoming an increasingly recognized and well-liked method of training. The incorporation of interval training into a general conditioning program will optimize the development of cardiorespiratory fitness as well as numerous other health benefits:))