Why HIIT?

Burns calories and fat in a shorter period of time

HIIT is great if you have a limited amount of time to work out. Studies show that 15 minutes of high intensity interval training burns more calories than jogging on a treadmill for an hour  Effective energy use – HIIT alternates between high intensity workouts with short resting periods. Through interval training your body learns how to efficiently use the energy that comes from your body’s energy system.  

Boosts metabolism

HIIT Training helps you consume more oxygen than a non-interval workout routine. The excess amount of oxygen consumed helps increase your rate of metabolism from about 90 minutes to 144 minutes after a session of interval training. Thus the increased metabolism helps burn more calories at a faster rate.

Burn calories and fat hours after your session

When participating in HIIT workouts your body’s repair cycle goes into hyper drive. This means 24 hours after a HIIT workout your body is still burning calories and fat.

No equipment necessary

HIIT workouts are extremely cost efficient, requiring zero equipment as all exercises are body-weight only. All you need is a little open space.

Lose fat and not muscle

Steady cardio is often associated with losing muscle. HIIT workouts, however, combine body weight  training which effectively allows dieters to preserve their muscle gain while still shedding .weight

Challenging

HIIT workouts offer seasoned workouts a new challenge and beginners a quicker way to see results. You are constantly pushing yourself out of your comfort zone therefore you can never get bored with your workout!