Benefits and Why HIIT is Popular
At The Phoenix Gym
High Intensity Interval Training - The number of repetitions in a workout do vary so does the length. There are five branches of High Intensity Interval Training: Tabata, Peter Coe, Gibala, Zuniga and Vollard.
High Intensity Interval Training is popular for the following reasons:
- Burns lots of calories within a short period of time
- Heightens your metabolic rate
- Promotes weight loss
- Bulks your muscles
- Lowers your blood pressure and blood sugar
High Intensity Interval Training is a type of interval training that incorporates short periods of intense exercises with less intense recovery periods. Basically, you are required to perform high intensity workouts followed by low intensity workouts. The workout session is supposed to last for 30 minutes. It starts with a warm up session followed by high intensity workouts separated by medium intensity workouts designed for recovery and rest period.