Collection 4- Interval Training1. Focus

By employing the low/high intensity workout of HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training), your mind has to focus on time and speed. The result is that your workout becomes less boring and takes a smaller amount of time to get the same results as you would with a much stronger workout routine.

2. Burn More Calories

The HIIT cardio workout results in burning more calories even after you stop exercising. This type of workout revs up your metabolism to the point that it’s burning fat calories up to 72 hours after the exercises ended.

3. Run/Walk

This is the best interval training workout for beginners. You can maintain much more time by the high intensity run followed by the low intensity walk than you could with one, long run. You’ll also gain more benefit from the workout.

4. Hill Training

You can get just as much out of hill training if you perform the high intensity part of the workout by running downhill rather than uphill. Use the uphill part of the workout for the low intensity element of your interval training workout.

5. Quick Results

You’ll have better results from interval training if you limit this style of exercise to about three times per week and perform another type of exercise training on the other days. It also serves to keep one type of exercise from becoming boring.

6. Any Type Of Exercise Works

Interval training can work with any type of exercise you enjoy. Dancing, biking, swimming or jumping rope can all incorporate the low/high intensity workout routine involved in interval training. Decrease your heart rate to 100 to 110 beats/minute while in the recovery interval.

7. No Special Equipment Needed

You don’t need to purchase expensive equipment to get the most out of your workout. Riding a bicycle, swimming, running and jumping rope are all exercises you can perform to get your low/high intensity workout.

8. Produces Lactic Acid

A by-product of anaerobic exercises you get from interval training is lactic acid. When oxygen is lacking during the high intensity part of a workout, you need the “recovery” session so that your heart and lungs can work together to give back the oxygen and break down the lactic acid it produced. This is when carbs are converted to energy.

9. Get Past The Weight And Strength Plateau

Interval training provides an extra push to get you past that weight and strength plateau you can’t overcome. Interval training challenges your fitness routine and pushes you to the next level.

10. Beat the Odds

Interval training improves your long-term health. Not only will you lose unwanted pounds, but you’ll improve your insulin sensitivity (especially good if you’re a diabetic), and cardiovascular health (which can prevent heart disease and lower bad cholesterol.)

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