high intensity interval training the benefits for body

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By bert dell 23 days ago

 
The benefits of high intensity interval training (HIIT) techniques in improving and improving cardiovascular function and its effectiveness burn fat is no doubt. But, many people think HIIT is so heavy that they avoid it.

In fact, HIIT practice can also be fun and fun because you can do it anywhere and almost without tools. Here are some awesome HIIT routines that burn fat!
Three-Movement HIIT Training
 
burn fat and build muscle by following this program


You can do cardio HIIT with a cardio equipment. The easy-to-follow exercises consist of three different moves, providing variations for excitement and intensity.

This circuit can increase the ability of the heart while exercising the abdominal muscles, cores, and calves. You only need 30 minutes to complete this exercise.
Heating
1. Treadmill Walk
 

    Speed ​​4 km / hour

Circuit
2. Treadmill Walk
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    Speed ​​4 km / h for 2 minutes, incline 6

3. Treadmill Run
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    Speed ​​11 km / h for 2 minutes, incline 4

4. Treadmill Walk
 

    Speed ​​5 km / h for 1 minute, incline 0

5. Jump Rope
 

    200 rep

6. Sit-Up
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    50-100 rep

Note: rest 1-2 minutes each round, complete the circuit 6 times.
Battle-Rope Workout
 

This exercise is very powerful to build stamina while improving explosive power. Do this exercise several times a week, and be prepared to see the difference in your body!

Before you start the exercise, make sure you do 5-6 minutes of warming up to prepare your body.
Circuit
1. Burpee
 

    10 rep

2. Battle Rope
 
 

    100 rep by hand alternately

3. Overhead Battle Rope
 

    25 rep

Note: rest 1 minute each round, complete the circuit 6 times.
Total-Body Blast
 

Before you try any of these exercises, it helps you set up a timer so you can find out how far your practice session is.

For both exercises below, you will do every movement as hard as possible for 20-30 seconds, then break 10 seconds before continuing into the next movement.

Complete each circuit twice, rest 1 minute per circuit. Total training time ranges from 20-30 minutes, which forces you to keep moving all the time.