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FAT BURNING WORKOUT

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Published on Mar 6, 2008

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Today we are going to go over high intensity interval training.




You have more than likely heard of HIIT because it's being used in a lot of workout programs these days for fat loss. This is because the smarter trainers know that you get results faster without the need for slow, boring cardio.

HIIT involves any type of sprint exercise that lasts for anywhere between 0 and 90 seconds. Anything longer than two minutes can get into what is known as aerobic training.

Usually, however, intervals are in the 15-30 or even 45 second range. This means you go hard for this period of time and follow that with a rest period that is very easy.

Keep in mind, one of the biggest mistakes people make when doing their interval training is they don't drop the intensity down low enough during the recovery period.

For example, if you are running at 10mph during the hard phase of your interval and then only drop it down to 8mph during the "easy" portion, then you are really just doing cardio, and not HIIT.

So, start out with a 5 minute warm-up and then jump into the HIIT, doing a pace you can maintain for 30-45 seconds. After, bring it down to a very easy recovery pace.

Now, it doesn't matter if you are running at 10 or 12 mph - always bring the intensity down to a 3.5 intensity level to allow your body to properly recover. Repeat this six times, followed by a 5 minute cool down and that's it.

So there is an interval training workout that will give you better fat loss results faster than long, slow, boring cardio, while also making you fitter for every day activities.

Craig Ballantyne from Turbulence Training and TTMembers shows us how to burn fat effectively with interval training.
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