Inevitably, at some point in all our lives we look in the mirror and see a fatter version of ourselves looking back. “How did I let myself get this fat” you ask. And then you are off looking for the best, fastest way to burn fat. Is the
That’s it. The whole workout is less than 4 minutes long. But when done correctly, it is very intense and very effective.
When people think about exercising for fat loss they normally think of aerobic exercise in their target heart rate zone. This is a low to moderate pace where you would be able to hold a conversation.
Well, during the
In simple terms, you create so much metabolic disturbance because to the high intensity intervals that it take up to 2 days for your body to fully recover. And your body burns calories all during the rebuilding process.
High Intensity Interval Training is not for everyone. First of all, you need to be in pretty good shape to work out at the intensity level necessary to make it effective. After all, you only have under 4 minutes to get all the benefits of your exercise.
But here is what you should take away from this discussion…
If you want to burn fat for hours after your workout (unlike aerobic training), you need to crank up the intensity. So, instead of doing longer and longer workouts to burn fat, you need to crank up the intensity and keep the workouts short.