HIIT exercises are quick. Short bursts of hard activity followed by brief recuperation intervals can give you a more effective workout than steady-state cardio.
HIIT workouts burn a lot of calories quickly. Intense exercise and increased post-workout calorie burn (EPOC effect) can help lose weight and improve body composition.
HIIT boosts cardiovascular endurance. Intense intervals increase cardiac capacity and heart health.
HIIT exercises boost metabolism for hours afterward. Even during recuperation, your body burns more calories.
HIIT workouts commonly include bodyweight or weighted resistance exercises. These workouts develop and define muscles.
HIIT workouts increase oxygen consumption. Pushing oneself during intensive periods improves oxygen intake and use, improving your cardiovascular and respiratory systems.
HIIT may be used with a number of workouts and training forms. Running, cycling, bodyweight movements, and kettlebell exercises may keep workouts interesting.