Tuesday, February 2, 2016

Training Habit #2: Get Intense with Your Routine

Maintaining a steady pace will help you improve your overall health. To speed up the process, you’ll want to add some HIIT into your exercise regimen. During a HIIT (high-intensity interval training) workout, you mingle bursts of intense exercise with lighter exercise. 

This could involve sprinting, bodyweight exercise, or moving weights like kettlebells or dumbbells. Whatever exercise you choose to do, do it hard for 30 seconds, take it easy for 60 to 90 seconds, and then go full force again for 30 seconds, repeating the cycle for 30 minutes. 


You’ll be exhausted when it’s all said and done, a sure sign that you’re burning fat!

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