High-intensity interval training, or HIIT, sounds like a very complicated and tough workout program. When, in fact, it is actually not too challenging to do and master. It also has loads of benefits that I will talk further on later in this post.
The Basic Principal of High-Intensity Interval Training
The basic principle of HIIT is really easy to implement into your daily workout routine. Let me show you how you can incorporate HIIT into your morning jog. Having an interval timer will make this much easier for you, but a normal watch will also work.
One of the easiest things to do is find excuses to not stay committed to your workout. Maybe you think you are too busy, too tired, or maybe you just don’t feel up to it. Well, this is going to sound harsh, the problem lies with you…. but you can fix it with a good attitude, being focused, and the next few tips.
Remember Who You Are Doing It For
There are so many people that are looking for motivation in the wrong places. It’s their thoughts that are ultimately making them not succeed in their workout. Don’t work out just to impress other people. This is a good short-term motivation, but it will not last. Do it for yourself. Set your goals, try your best to achieve them, and don’t forget to set rewards for yourself when you do achieve them.
My clients ask me a lot about weight loss. I hope this guide will help you to understand how weight loss actually works and why your workout, as well as your eating plan, is so important for weight loss.
The most important part of weight loss is this equation:
Weight Loss = Fewer Calories In Than Calories Burned.
I know this sounds technical and not very motivational. However, if you can master this equation, and follow the points I am going to list below, then you will be well on your way to the leaner, fitter and more healthy body that you have been dreaming of.