Transcript of "Can high intensity interval training increase exercise adherence?"
Can high intensity interval training increase exercise adherence?
HIIT or high intensity interval training is a fitness concept that uses short bursts of
intense anaerobic exercise and minimal recovery periods. The concept is particular
effective to maximize fat burning, athletic conditioning and improve glucose
Why is it when I mention exercise, most all jump to the conclusion of the gym? As
our lifestyle increasingly become more hectic and busy, time becomes our biggest
challenge. After a holiday period such as Christmas, Easter or simmer, we all get the
sudden urge to do some exercise or physical activity. The shocking fact is that 30% of
members that join a gym in January stop attending all together in February. This
could be down to the fact that people get bored very quickly as most people begin to
plateau and stop seeing results. HIIT doesn’t require you to attend a gym in fact you
can do HIIT anywhere with minimal exercise.
It could look something like this
50 Spotty dogs
50 Press ups
50 Sit ups
50 Box jumps
And because HIIT only takes
between 4-30 mins, is a great
solution to overcome your time barrier. My 12-step methodology uses techniques in
HIIT and is particularly effective.
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