HIIT Training

HIIT called as high-intensity interval training or sprint interval training, is a form of interval training, a cardiovascular exercise strategy alternating short periods of intense anaerobic exercise with less intense recovery periods, until too exhausted to continue. HIIT is any form of exercise that consists of a short burst of intense exercise that precedes a period of rest or low intensity exercise.

The period of intense exercise can vary from less than 45 seconds to a few minutes. People then rest or do gentle exercise for a similar time frame before repeating the sequence. An entire HIIT workout may be as short as 15–20 minutes, but it provides a wide range of benefits. Its short duration can make it a very practical and effective choice for people who find it difficult to commit to longer sessions. HIIT also requires no equipment or gym membership, so people can do it anywhere at a time that suits them.

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