High-Intensity Interval Training

High-intensity interval training (HIIT) is a form of exercise in which you alternate between very intense anaerobic periods and slower recovery periods for a shorter, more efficient workout. The high intensity intervals should be performed at near maximum effort 80% to 100% and the recovery intervals should be done at about 50%.

What are the benefits of HIIT?

It gets you fitter in less time

A study published in the Journal of Physiology found HIIT delivers all the health and fitness benefits of steady state endurance cardio in a fraction of the time.  It is much healthier than long periods of cardio exercise.

It supercharges your metabolism

A study at Colorado State University found just 150 seconds of intense exercise can burn as many as 200 calories over the course of the next 24 hours thanks to a boosted resting metabolic rate.

DO EACH EXERCISE 30 SECONDS AND 10 SECOND BREAK 3 TIMES.  

BREATHE AND SMILE  🙂

JUMPING JACKS

PLANK

STEP UP ON A CHAIR

WALL SIT

PUSH-UPS (FULL OR ON KNEES)

CRUNCH

TRICEP DIPS ON A CHAIR

SQUATS

RUNNING IN PLACE

LUNGES

JUMP ROPE

PUSH-UP AND ROTATION ( SWITCHING SIDE AT 15 SECONDS)

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