At the gym, home, the garden, park – literally anywhere you like.
HIIT workouts can easily be adapted to whatever time and space constraints you have.
5. IT’S CHALLENGING = NOT BORING
HIIT workouts are not something you can do while reading a magazine or chatting to your friend.
10 mins is not long so if you want as much bang for your buck as possible you need to work your butt off.
You’ll be breathing hard and muscles burning but you definitely won’t be bored!
So, there you have it, 5 great reasons (if you haven’t already) to introduce some HIIT workouts into your life. However, before you do, it’s important to know that it’s not all sunshine, sweat and roses.
THE CONS OF HIIT
1. It’s easy, particularly for beginners, to get injured.
2. It can cause excessive muscles soreness.
3. People get tired and lose form quickly which can cause injury and poor results.
Despite the cons, it’s undeniable that HIIT training is a highly effective and efficient way to train.
The key is to have a slow approach and make sure you work out at your own pace.
As you build a stronger, fitter body you’ll be able to push harder and get better results with less risk of injury.