HIIT stands for high intensity interval training. It’s short routines that contain an interval of a burst of maximum effort/activity followed by an interval of rest/recovery.
What’s the difference between HIIT & HIIT+?
My HIIT routines contain routines without any added resistance such as dumbbells & ankle weights.
My HIIT+ routines contain routines that use skipping rope, dumbbells and ankle weights.
What does 30/30, 45/30, etc. mean?
The first number is the time of activity/work and the second interval is the time of rest/recovery.
30/30 means 30 seconds of activity followed by 30 seconds of rest.
45/30 means 45 seconds of activity followed by 30 seconds of rest.
Do I need to do a warm up or cool down?
Absolutely! Start with one of my dynamic warm ups and for the cool down make sure you choose one that targets all the muscle groups.
What if the HIIT workout is too short?
Feel free to repeat the rounds as many times as you want!
Example: do 4 rounds of a 5 Min HIIT for a 20 minute workout!