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What exercises are included in Hyper Intensity Training?

Asked by F. Lopez, Last updated: Sep 16, 2020

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O. Bickis

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Answered Apr 16, 2020

There is numerous exercise for HIIT which have the ability to transform your body and physical abilities. These exercises include star jumps, plank up, plank jacks, squat thrust, and so much more.

HIIT will help you to increase the rate of fat loss and also help to increase your metabolic rate. It can also help to keep your joints and muscles in good shape.

Some exercises that are also included during the training seasons include the use of a stationary bike, sprint jumps, and somethings jogging.

While these examples can get you started, you can modify them to your own routine based on your preferences.

The amount of time that you spend to exercise and also recover varies based on how intensely you choose to train. To achieve greater results in your training, do your HIIT at intervals.

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E.Evelyn

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Answered Jan 27, 2020

There are many different exercises for HIIT. These include jump squats, which are high-intensity exercises that help to condition the joints and muscles of the lower body and elevating the height of your vertical jump. These squats should be performed correctly to prevent injuries. The kettle ball swing is another exercise which improves strength and stamina in the lower body and hips.

It also engages and strengthens your core, lower back, and shoulders. Olympic lifting is a sport in which the person lifts a very high lift of a barbell loaded with weight plates. This lifting is often challenging to achieve, but well worth a try if you're up for a challenge. Ordinary squats ( you don't jump) are strength exercises in which the person lowers the hips from a standing pose, and then comes back up.

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