For quite a few years now, High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT for short) has become more and more prevalent in the fitness industry.
To simplify, the term refers to short periods of high intensity exercise. It can be performed as a session on its own, or as part of a workout routine. The session/routine will also include short or active rest periods. Active rest period referring to periods of rest during which you remain mobilised (for example slow jogs or skips)
The point is a HIIT workout can be anything you want it to be, as long as you stick to the principle of short rest in between performing exercises.
Happy New Year all!
Below is a guest post from a Dave Brockway of Before 2 After to help with your nutrition goals as you start the new year afresh.
As much as I believe that you need to have started your journey towards a new you before January 1st, and not attach importance to one particular date on the calendar, this piece will definitely help you gain a better understanding of the nutritional side of things.
Over to you Dave!
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Hi, Lou here, I'll be sharing my thoughts and insights via my blog regularly, so please stay tuned!