HIIT (High-Intensity Interval Training) is a fast, rewarding way to get fit. What you eat, and when you eat it, makes a difference to your training – and to your results. Find out what you should eat before and after your next HIIT to max out your workout!
Eat Right (Most of the Time)
First, you can’t eat a diet of junk food and low-nutrition foods every day, then eat clean foods for a few hours before your next HIIT and get the best results!
For this to work, you need to eat nutritiously as standard. That doesn’t mean treats are off-limits, it just means that you need to make sure you’re fueling your body in the right …
High-Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) is an awesome way to get fit. You combine high-energy bursts of exercise with less intense periods of recovery.
Keep reading to learn all about HIIT below!
What Are Some Benefits of HIIT?
If running is your thing, HIIT has several benefits compared with moderately intense training:
- Improves aerobic and anaerobic capabilities
- Increases your maximum oxygen intake
- Better strength training for muscles
- More energy needed for muscle recovery which burns more calories
- Good for cardiovascular health
If you think this sounds a little intense, don’t panic!
What are Some HIIT Treadmill Workouts for Beginners?
HIIT is ideal for beginners and people looking to get super-fast fitness payback.
Try this gentle and effective treadmill routine: