High Intensity Interval Training Ideas

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Hey what’s up BFT family!

Lauren and I have been on our high intensity interval training (HIIT) kick this past week. It kind of just happened out of no where. We did heavy lifting for the past seven weeks so switching it up is cool because it keeps us from getting bored with our workouts and creates muscle confusion, which leads to better results! 

Here’s what we did  (1 minute each exercise)

– Jump Rope

– Side to side hops

– Push up w/knee drive to opposite elbow

– Mountain climber

– Decline sit up w/barbell twist

– Plank w/ knee to shoulder

 

 

Why HIIT works

– You don’t need a gym

– Burns lots of calories in a short period

– More calories burned means less body fat

– Shocks the body

– Produces great results

 

If you’re trying HIIT for the first time let us know how it goes. And if you’ve done HIIT training before, let us know some of your favorite HIIT exercises!

Ilen Bell is a certified fitness professional and co-founder of Black Fitness Today. His passion for community advocacy, producing relevant stories and providing tools and resources that cater to the underserved African American community remain at the forefront. His credentials include advanced education in exercise science and internet marketing, the fitness industry highly-respected certified strength and conditioning specialist certification, and multiple web fitness series on top websites LIVESTRONG.com and eHOW.com. He is focused on further building explosive, dynamic and approachable brands to help the African American man and woman feel empowered, valued and identified in the global health and fitness industry.

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