Well actually it doesn’t. There’s a lot more to high intensity interval training known as HIIT than the name alone suggests. Building a body for life is something worth doing.
The Founder, Zana Morris, champions 15-minute, high intensity resistance workouts that promise to build lean muscles and to see results faster than conventional training methods. High intensity weight training combines sprinting with weights, and this ensures you work deeper into the muscles.
HIIT is a cardio session arranged as short bursts of very hard work. The point of high-intensity training is to kick up the intensity of your cardio. In order to qualify as a true HIIT, you’ll need to push yourself to the max during every set. That’s why they’re short- anywhere from 20 to 90 seconds, typically. It’s the opposite of going for a long run where you ration your energy in order to sustain the activity for longer.
Gaining the strength to lift heavy lends an unbeatable feel-good vibe that lasts longer than just your training session. The positivity spills over to the rest of your day, week, month. You get the picture.