This Workout Keeps Burning Calories For Hours After You're Done
Should your fitness routine consistonlyof HIIT workouts? Probably not. But, incorporating high-intensity intervals into your training schedule a few times per week can help you see results faster, says CrossFit trainer Hannah Eden, creator of the video fitness program.
In fact, compared to steady cardio exercise, HIIT burns more fat. One study published in theInternational Journal of Obesityhad participants exercise over a 15-week period of time. Researchers found that fat mass decreased much more for the people who performed just 20 minutes of cycling intervals, three times a week, compared to people who did 40 minutes of steady cycling the same number of times per week.
Video: High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) - Maximum Results, Minimum Time
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