With the nature of an HIIT workout being so intense, it can put your body at risks too, taking precautions is a must.
Strong is the new slim and in today’s day and age, most people are going the extra nine yards to maintain their health and endurance. Health conscious people are willing to adopt new routines into their workout schedules to gain the most benefit. The new fitness fad, High-Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) workouts have indeed taken the lead in gyms across the world.
HIIT- What it is
HIIT is a short training module which is meant to cause faster change than any other form of training, which typically lasts for nothing more than 20 minutes. These workouts force the body to adapt to high levels of intensity which enhance bone density, cardiovascular function, bone density and fat loss which causes the muscles to adapt and tone at a faster rate. It has become popular as it speeds up the metabolism that spikes up the heart rate, burns calories faster and building leaner muscle tissues, this module helps shed fat faster as compared to normal cardio exercises. HIIT workouts offer great results but must be performed only after consultation with an expert and are to be done under supervision.
The HIIT workout allows you to attain a full-body workout within a short period of time; here are some of the results that one can achieve from this workout:
Tips to Focus On
Here are some points to keep in mind while performing these workouts”s:
HIIT workouts help to achieve the body one wants in a short period of time due to the impactful exercises one performs. People have started adopting the workout as it provides impressive results. As the trend grows, it is needed to keep in mind that there are certain risks with it that need to be tackled while indulging oneself into the high-intensity workouts.
This article has been authored by Dr Amit Panja, Head Physiotherapist, Fortis Hospital, Kalyan.