HIIT pushes the body to adapt and improve its capacity by challenging the heart, lungs, and muscles in the anaerobic zone
HIIT maintains muscle while burning fat. It trains muscles to recover and rebuild during rest periods, preventing muscle loss.
HIIT is renowned for burning lots of calories and fat. In fact, it reportedly burns 13 calories per minute³ by pushing the body to meet the demands of the heart’s maximum rate.
HIIT boosts resting metabolic rate, leading to calorie burning even after the workout. It aids in calorie management and weight control.
Stable coronary artery disease is often described as clogging of arteries which can lead to heart attacks. A healthy diet and exercise is essential for preventing this build-up of plaque.
The Human Growth Hormone, HGH, is produced by the body during childhood and adolescence to help a person grow and develop into adulthood.
As well as being over quickly (a definite plus for those who aren’t keen on cardio exercise), it also means that it can be incorporated into a busy schedule.
HIIT offers outdoor flexibility for vitamin D absorption, supporting bone and teeth health. Exercise anywhere while enjoying fresh air.
HIIT improves blood sugar control in type 2 diabetes, aiding in maintaining healthy levels and enhancing quality of life.
It’s good news for people who aren’t diabetes sufferers, too, as regulating blood sugar levels helps to maintain energy levels and avoid that mid-afternoon slump.
If you are suffering with an injury, always consult a physiotherapist or sports injury clinic before starting high-intensity interval training.