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Rapid Weight Loss with HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training)

Rapid Weight Loss with HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training)

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Rapid Weight Loss with HIIT (High Intensity Interval Training)

80 pages
49 minutes
Jun 23, 2018


You're About To Discover The Most Effective Strategies For Rapid Fat Loss. Rapid Weight Loss with HIIT is a Life-Changing Blueprint On The Best Method For Rapid Fat Loss And Building Chiseled Muscles In Matter Of Minutes!
This blueprint will chisel your abs, melt away the flab, give you an aesthetic body... and other health benefits such as better memory and cognitive function, youthful looks and unstoppable energy.

Jun 23, 2018

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Chapter 1: What is HIIT?

Fitness enthusiasts who are looking for effective ways to get shredded should know about the term ‘HIIT’, (High Intensity Interval Training.) For most people who are unfamiliar with HIIT, they commonly associate it with panting and sweating while you do an unfathomable amount of burpees.

Perhaps, you’ve heard that HIIT has to do with performing intense movements with short breaks. You’ve heard the stories of people breaking an insane amount of sweat and losing a hefty amount of fat in 3 to 4 weeks. But the truth of the matter is that HIIT is so much more than that.

Yes, there is an element of high intensity, but having said that, most people never perform HIIT workouts correctly. At the end of the day, they might not even get a single HIIT workout in, even though they thought they did. So, to clear out the confusion, here is what HIIT truly looks like.

High intensity interval training or HIIT is a very specific type of training technique where you give everything you have during short but fierce spurts of exercise. The bursts are alternated with short and occasionally active periods of recovery as opposed to standing still.

This kind of intense training raises and keeps the heart rate up while burning deep into your fat deposits in less time. You can also get the same benefit when you go for a long run by keeping your heart rate up, also known as Moderate Intensity Steady State Cardio (MISS Training). However, the two are very different, as the results produced vary significantly.

The goal of HIIT is not just about raising your heart rate and ensuring that you perform your training at maximum intensity. To truly reap the benefits of HIIT, you have to push yourself to your limits. Then and only then will your create a situation of EPOC (Excess Post-Exercise Oxygen Consumption).

This is why each burst is short, ranging anywhere between 20-90 seconds. These short bursts may seem to last forever when you’re exhausted and drained. Maximum intensity is extremely difficult to maintain after a few sets.

This key difference which separates HIIT from other forms of training is the overall efficiency of the workout. Research shows that all exercise promotes fat burning... but exercise performed at a higher intensity creates the after-burn effect that puts your in calorie burning mode for hours long after your workout has ended.

Other forms of training do NOT have this benefit and are less efficient and burning calories throughout the day. That is exactly why HIIT is such a hit.

When compared to other types of cardio, HIIT has also been seen to be a more effective means of getting incredibly shredded fast. It is a workout that is beneficial on multiple fronts since it uses both bodyweight and added weight to not only spike up your heart rate but also tone the muscles.

The other component that makes HIIT work so well is the element of rest. The training is comprised of intense bursts of activity followed by active recovery.

Resting between each set is an essential part of the workout because if you do not take enough time to recover, you’ll not be able to push yourself to the limit on the next burst.

Since you are performing at an intense level, you are forcing your body to perform something that it’s neither used to nor comfortable with. Only by pushing through the limits can you expect to see progress and results.

This explains why HIIT can not only burn fat, but also help you retain or build lean muscle mass. You can’t achieve this by performing long hours of traditional cardio sessions.

To put it simply, HIIT can help you shred body fat, stay lean and improve endurance while adding more muscle mass.

The Science Behind HIIT

As seen above, HIIT aims to induce overload. By going through strenuous exercise, the body fatigues more significantly in the hope for supercompensation.

However, supercompensation can only occur when the training overload is supported by significant recovery. Together, the two components aim to bring about physiological adaptations that lead to increased performance above the baseline.

Think of it like a car engine after a long car trip. Once you have reached your destination, your car engine continues to stay warm until it slowly cools to a resting temperature. The same mechanism happens in

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