‘HIIT’ Training: 20-Minute Beach Body Workout

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If you have a hard time convincing yourself every day that you will start tomorrow, try a few exercises today, with which the body continues to burn fat long after your workout.
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Now that we have your attention, we will also reveal to you that a high-intensity training also means better results in a shorter time. You’re not convinced that it’s possible, are you? Then it’s high time you become acquainted with HIIT – High Intensity Interval Training, or the type of training usually mentioned in the context of effective fat loss.

It refers to exercises during which intervals of intense exercise and rest alternate, and you can do them even at home, wherever you are, because they are performed without any equipment. In addition, this type of training saves time, so instead of doing an hour of cardio training, just do HIIT exercises literally 5 to 20 minutes, depending on your fitness.

Numerous studies and research have confirmed the effectiveness of HIIT which has been declared more effective in burning fat than classical aerobic exercise. It allows a long-term increase in basal metabolism after workout, 5-10% higher than after a standard aerobic exercise. This means that the body continues to burn fat long after such training, even at rest. It’s worth a try, isn’t it?

Dare to try our high-intensity training for beginners, which you can completely do at home without any props. It’s best to start with two to three times a week, and over time you may want to exercise every day as well.


Now that you know what butt kickers, squat jacks, air squats and skaters jump are, there’s no excuse not to include them in your daily schedule, even when you’re busy. Warm up well and start exercising today, not tomorrow!


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