About HIIT – High Intensity Interval Training Explained by James Driver
Achieve your fitness goals in half the time or less. With HIIT, a few minutes is all it takes.
High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) is now widely acknowledged as the single most advantageous form of exercise for a wide range of fitness goals.
When compared side by side to other forms of cardiovascular training, HIIT repeatedly comes out on top. Not only that, but it does so in a fraction of the time when compared to continuous cardio training or steady state cardio. With HIIT, you will achieve superior gains over other forms of training in all the following areas:
– Weight loss
– Improving the body’s capacity to burn fat
– Increasing anaerobic threshold, enabling you to work harder before the burn sets in
– Improving maximal oxygen uptake (VO2 max), a popular indicator of fitness
– Improving athletic performance
– Releasing beta-endorphins, providing a feeling of well-being
– Exercise enjoyment
– And much more
HIIT works by using short duration high intensity sprints together with nice and easy recovery periods such as walks or slow jogs. This makes the sprints extremely tolerable and even enjoyable.
Yet few people use or even know about HIIT and its incredible power!
Find out just how effective interval training is and how it can be used in only a fraction of the time when compared to continuous training such as jogging at the same speed for up to an hour at a time.
Discover the different forms of HIIT training such as Tabata, Fartlek, the Little Method and how best to use them.
For the first time – Learn a range of high intensity exercises and training modes which are perfect for HIIT – Exercises you can perform either at the gym, in the park or at home.
Learn how to craft and make use of your own HIIT training designs, specifically to help you achieve your exercise goals in an incredibly quick time.
The science is conclusive – HIIT will change your life.
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James Driver, PhD.
For five years, James lectured in the field of Sport Science at the Univeristy of Bath. In 2015, he returned to Leeds Carnegie to attain his PhD in Sports Performance where he’s remained ever since.
James has worked alongside world champion triathletes, and Olympic gold and silver medalists, the famous Brownlee brothers.
In his spare time he rows, bikes, and spends time with his three sons.