Cardio or not cardio?
That's the age old question about the water cooler in your gym. If you are not someone who loves to run for hours on a treadmill or volunteer to run marathons, it will be difficult for you to find a workout that will promote your cardiovascular fitness.
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Fortunately, you do not have to mill up for hours of steady-state business, if that's not your style. You've probably heard of HIIT because it's the hottest buzzword in boutique fitness ̵
HIIT stands for High Intensity Interval Training, which refers to brief bursts of intense physical activity that interfere with alternate low recovery times that make up the log. HIIT It's fast and far from boring, with its exact work-to-rest ratios making it the most time-saving method of training and burning calories. You can use the entire HIIT protocol or just apply some of them to super loaded finisher sets.
There are a number of accepted ratios of work to rest that can be taken into account. Dered HIIT:
- To Improve Aerobic Fitness: The intervals usually involve a ratio of work to rest, or 1: 1 or 1: 2 (ie Work for 30 seconds, let rest for 30 seconds).
- To train anaerobically (sports-specific training for strength and explosiveness): Rest intervals are often longer to allow maximum effort, often at least a 1: 5 ratio (ie working for 15 seconds, 75 seconds resting). ,
If you want to retrain, do not go out all at once. Instead of intervals of 15 to 30 seconds performed at an intensity of nearly 100 percent, intervals of 1 to 3 minutes at a maximum of 80 percent of maximum effort followed by up to 5 minutes of lower intensity exercise were also applied for the weight loss is effective in sedentary populations.
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