Have you heard about HIIT workouts? High-intensity Interval Training (HIIT) alternates bursts of high-intensity effort with short recovery periods. It improves overall fitness, heart health, and body fat. People of all fitness levels can try this type of training. You can use it in cycling, walking, swimming, and group exercise classes. Workouts are generally shorter. They also burn more calories in the two hours after the workout.
Visit the American College of Sports Medicine, www.acsm.org, for more information on finding an HIIT program that is right for you.
Source: American College of Sports Medicine Fitness Trends, www.acsm.org