Whether you want to lose weight, tone muscles, or enhance cardiovascular fitness, you can follow a weekly HIIT workout plan to achieve those goals.
High-intensity Interval Training (HIIT) is a time-efficient workout program that includes short periods of intense work followed by a period of rest or active recovery.
The activity and rest time may be the same, more or less, depending on your fitness level. For example, the standard pattern is 30/30, where you perform exercises at high intensity for 30 seconds, then take 30 seconds of rest.
Performing HIIT, even for 10 minutes a day, can keep your heart healthy, improve metabolic health, and promote a healthy lifestyle.
However, you need a well-designed workout plan to train in an organized manner and achieve the best results from high-intensity interval training.
I’ve designed a few samples of weekly HIIT workout routines where I structured exercises in a way that allows you to train every muscle throughout the body without feeling burned out.
Spent one minute on each exercise. For example, if you perform an exercise for 15 seconds, then take 45 seconds of rest before moving to another exercise. And if you perform an exercise for 30 seconds, take 30 seconds break before moving to the next exercise.
This way, you can manage your activity and rest time depending on your fitness level and optimize your workout. It is also helpful when you want to catch your breath between the workout.
But make sure to challenge your endurance and push your limit to torch significant calories in only fifteen minutes.
15-Minute Weekly HIIT Workout Plan to Torch Fat and Shine
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