Examples Of High-Intensity Interval Training Incorporated Running/Sprinting (Video Below)…
HIIT is not just a hypothesis when it comes losing weight.
Its one of the few methods that actually have proven results.
In this article, we are going to show you a few examples if you are interested in incorporating HIIT into your running.
First Things First
Check the video below…
If you are interested in losing weight, then incorporating weight training is almost a must. Why is this so?
Your muscles actually have a direct link to your metabolism rate. The more muscles you have, the higher your metabolism rate will be. Building your muscles is like money you put in the bank
You won’t see big results immediately, but it’s slowly growing even while you are asleep. This means that the more muscles you build, the lesser amount of effort you will take to burn the same amounts of calories per day.
Now that we have cleared that important point, here are the listed HIIT running/sprinting examples within the video.
Sprint for 50 yards, then jog next 50 years. This is considered as 1 rep. Ideally, you would want to have 6 reps.
Do the tuck jumps (check the video), then sprint for 50 yards and walk another 50 years. This is 1 rep, and you would want to do 3 reps.
You start with 6 plyopushups (check the video), then sprint for 50 yards and walk another 50 yards. This is 1 rep, and 3 reps are the ideal.
Start with Skier Hops (check the video), then sprint for 50 yards and walk for 50 yards. This is 1 rep and 3 rep is the ideal.