Lose Weight & Feel Great with High Intensity Interval Training

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    Changing up your cardio routine is vital to staying motivated and keeping your fitness and weight loss goals within reach. You should change up your cardio routine on a frequent basis, at a minimum of every four to six weeks. Here are some ways you can spice up your routine with high intensity interval training (HIIT).   Start Using Intervals and Tempo Work For speed intervals, you can increase your speed to a challenging level for a set amount of time. Change up the intervals as often as possible....Read More
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    One of the most appealing benefits about high intensity interval training (HIIT) is the fact that you can do it anywhere with a limited amount of space and your own body weight. If you have a small space you'd like to dedicate to your home gym, here are some tips for accomplishing this in a cost-friendly manner. Building a home gym can be a daunting yet very fun adventure.   Cardio Pick a cardio option that you know you'll enjoy and do often. For this one, the investment can range from a free...Read More
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    In an ideal world, everyone would be able to set aside a 30-minute block of time to fit in their workout. This may not always be possible. So what do you do if you don’t have more than 10 minutes at a time to work out? Split it up! High intensity interval training (HIIT) is great for busy people trying to squeeze some exercise into their day. By nature, HIIT routines include breaks and good pausing points. If you need to split up your 30 minute workout into three 10-minute bouts of intervals throughout...Read More

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Gina Harney is the award-winning creator of the healthy living, diet, and fitness blog, Fitnessista.com, which receives more than 1.1 million page views per month and has been featured as a top blog in Fitness and Shape. She is an AFAA certified fitness instructor, NASM certified personal trainer and weight-loss specialist, yoga enthusiast, military wife, and new mom. Harney graduated from the prestigious 105degrees Academy as a Level One Raw Foods Chef with a strong passion for developing delicious...

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