HIGH INTENSITY INTERVAL TRAINING
WHAT IS HIGH INTENSITY INTERVAL TRAINING?
High Intensity Interval Training is a training method in which an intensive stress phase alternates with a subsequent recovery phase. The duration of the phases is between 10 and 60 seconds, depending on the intensity and scope of the training. The short, very intense exercise phases primarily improve the economisation and resilience of the muscles and the metabolism.
A HIIT is usually not performed for more than 30 minutes.
BENEFITS OF HIIT
IMPROVE STRENGTH AND ENDURANCE
With HIIT training you improve your strength and endurance.
EFFECTIVE AND INTENSIVE TRAINING
HIIT training is about movement patterns and not about individual muscles.
This makes the training more strenuous and you train important movement patterns that you need in everyday life. You can't do that on machines.
SHORT AND DIVERSE
Your training varies, so your body can improve steadily.
HIIT training uses different tools or changes movements so that the training is never boring. We recommend 30-45 minutes.