Have you tried HIIT (high-intensity interval training) to help blast your heart and muscles?
You have to have a lot of endurance and stamina in order to do a high intensity workout, and let’s face it, not all of us have that.
Whether you want to focus on your form or need a slower pace for your workout, the LIIT workout might interest you.
LIIT stands for low intensity interval training. Like it’s brother, HIIT, you workout for intervals that jumpstart your metabolism and can burn off fat. The difference is that your workout and recovery time is longer and done at a less intense rate.
Having the steady rate of cardio can help you burn fat. You don’t need more intensity to push oxygen through your body. LIIT is just as capable of doing that, which encourages fat breakdown.
This type of training can benefit your endurance in working out long term. Without the mental and physical fatigue of going as hard as you can over a short period of time and developing burn out, you are able to decompress mentally and create a long lasting workout routine. Being able to maintain your workouts over a long period of time could benefit you more than a fad you can’t keep up.
The workout plans are also very versatile. You can use it at home, in the gym, or outdoors. With the various exercises and locations that can be adapted to this idea, it helps prevent boredom and apathy within your workout.
If you are a workout pro and want to focus on form or are desiring to start working out again, this trend may be something worth checking out.
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