First time trying out a HIIT class? Or having trouble with catching up with your HIIT workout instructor? Check out the article in the link posted below to read tips for HIIT classes!
HIIT stands for High Intensity Interval Training, and just by looking at its name, you can tell that this workout requires blood, sweat, and tears during the process. Each invigorating set in HIIT will be timed and done in short bursts, therefore leaving less time for breaks in-between. So, if you’re just starting out, don’t be pressured to go all out. Take a few baby steps and then gradually go up from there. And as you level-up, don’t forget to take alternate days off to let your body recover.