Fast-track Your Way To A Shredded Super-fit New You With HIIT Workouts So, you’ve been following your workout program rigorously and running long distances, but you’re finding that you still can’t get that belly fat to budge. You try doing more and more cardio only to find that you start losing muscle!
Your dream is slipping away and you need a new tool to help you get that nice toned body you promised yourself. You want to get your body fat to back off. But you want your muscles to remain. You want to look like those other people at the gym. How do they do it? . . . If this is your predicament, welcome to the world of High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT).
HIIT is the solution that you need to strip off body fat while actually adding quality, lean muscle mass. High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) is an advanced cardio training system that is all about burning as many calories as possible in as little time as possible while still keeping muscle tissue! It is achieved through short, but very intense, bursts of exercise performed at a maximum effort level with short recovery or low intensity periods in between.
HIIT can be applied to many different exercises such as cycling, running, skipping, even calisthenics or weight training. Benefits include:
1)Maximum fat loss.
2)Very little time required.
3)No equipment necessary.
4)Do it anywhere.
5)Lose weight, not muscle.
In this book we will show you how to HIIT your way to a better body. You will learn to utilize principles of HIIT to put together your own workout using the most effective exercises ever devised. There are also some powerful fat burning HIIT style example workouts to try. We will also walk you through safety so you don’t hurt yourself while you’re burning all those calories.
A Preview Of What You Get Why do HIIT vs regular cardio? How HIIT began 5 benefits of HIIT training 4 misconceptions about HIIT training Safety and establishing base fitness What’s a sedentary lifestyle? Proper use of weights Nutrition guide Top HIIT exercises HIIT exercises for the upper body HIIT exercises for the lower body HIIT exercises for the core and abs HIIT compound exercises Constructing your workout Your HIIT program Stop losing muscle instead of losing fat from your cardio Get your copy and strip off body fat while actually adding quality, lean muscle mass.