-Burn more calories during and after Hot Interval Training classes.
These classes burn more calories during and after a workout than continuous aerobic training. Bursts of increased intensity burn more calories, aiding in fat loss and a better body. Studies show that with HIIT, you also burn more calories for about two hours after the exercise is complete.
-Boost your endurance
Just one minute of high-intensity work during an average workout can boost your endurance and your overall health. Studies show improved blood pressure and higher counts of mitochondria, which help fuel your body. Increased endurance and metabolism can carry over to your other workouts and your daily life.
-Hot Interval Training workouts are diverse
This workout can take many forms. The benefit of applying HIT to any workout diversifies your routine and keeps you engaged day after day.
-Improves your heart health
HIT can help lower your blood pressure and blood sugar, both of which are risk factors for heart disease. HIT workouts can improve your arteries and veins better than continuous aerobic exercise. HIT increases pressure demand on your blood vessels which can be beneficial to heart health. Not only does HIT reduce blood sugar, but it also improves insulin resistance more than traditional exercises.
- HIT helps you burn fat fast
Since HIT burns more calories during and after the workout, it can be a more convenient way to help you lose fat. HIT was found to shift the body’s metabolism toward using fat for energy rather than carbs. With high-intensity workouts that lead to bursts in heart rate that are sustained throughout the workout, it’s perfect for burning fat. A review by the British Journal of Sports Medicine analyzed 77 scientific studies finding that people who did HIT workouts lost 28.5% more fat than people who did moderately intense continuous exercise, like running.
- HIT builds muscle fast
HIT workouts involve many different movements allowing you to work out different muscle groups. A HIT workout might have you do squats and push-ups all in the same set. This targets different muscles in a short and intense period of time. The intensity helps build your muscles and improve their ability to strengthen and keep working out. Also, as you continue to burn calories after the workout, this aids in muscle recovery.
Overall, HIT is a very efficient way to exercise. It allows you to reap many of the health benefits of a traditional continuous workout or cardio but with the edge you need to break through your physical goals.
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