High Intensity Interval Training

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  The picture illustrates the training outcomes of two athletes at the extreme ends of their sports; a marathon runner (slow steady state cardio) and a 100m sprinter (high intensity interval training). Although there is a clear difference in age, body types and genetics, the difference is revealing. This blog will state why high intense interval training is a far quicker and more effective way of burning fat compared to steady state cardio transforming you to a whole new fitness level in half the time. High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT).  High Intensity Interval Training involves integrating very intense spells of exercise with low intensity exercise.  What is Slow Steady State? Steady state cardio involves running, cycling or any form of cardio related exercise for an extended period of time at a more or less consistent pace. Steady State Cardio Vs High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) Steady state cardio is popular amongst the […]

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