The HIIT Program: What’s It All About?

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Are you ready to work smarter, not longer? Get fit and feel great with the ACE (American Council on Exercise) HIIT program! High Intensity Interval Training is all about results and this HIIT program can help you torch calories and build muscle with Tabata-style workouts. You’ll also love the 10-minute blasts and the relaxing 20-minute yoga. The system is designed to sculpt and define your entire body, from your arms and shoulders to your core, glutes, and legs.

If you’ve hit a fitness plateau or aren’t seeing the results you want from your regular workouts, it’s time to incorporate our HIIT program into your weekly routine. This HIIT program allows you to burn more fat and torch more calories than longer, lower intensity workouts. It’s been proven that the oxidation of fat is increased during cardio HIIT workouts, which allows you to get in shape faster when combined with a healthy diet and lifestyle.

The Tabata-style interval workouts in our HIIT program will jumpstart your metabolism while building muscle that helps you burn more calories at rest. Tabata-style means a workout is made up of 20 seconds of intense effort followed by 10 seconds of recovery. The shorter bursts of an elevated heart rate will help you accomplish more in less time and burn more calories all while sculpting lean and sexy muscles.

All of the super-effective 30-minute workouts in our HIIT program work a different set of muscle groups; from upper and lower body to core and total body. Our 10-minute booty and belly blasts work as awesome complimentary workouts to add on to your other routines or as standalone targeted HIIT training. You can also try the 20-minute yoga flow for days when you need to incorporate stretching and relaxation into your busy day.

All exercises you perform are your own responsibility and you perform them at your own risk. Always seek the advice of a physician or other qualified health provider before starting any physical exercise, fitness or wellness regiments of any kind.

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