What This Fitness Craze Means for Your Body (Infographic)

High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) is the new, hardcore, high-speed fitness craze. However, HIIT is one of the most controversial fitness routines due to its “all or nothing” reputation. When you exercise that hard, you get results, but at what price?

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Moosa K.
Past Member 8 months ago

As a new participant in your blog, I just want to say that all the information you have given here is awesome. Thank you SurreyPersonalTrainers

Magdalena J.
Alice L.1 years ago

Thank you!

Magdalena J.
Alice L.1 years ago

Thank you!

Janice Thompson
Janice Thompson2 years ago

Caution: Too much of a good thing is bad!

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Athena F.2 years ago


Teresa Garcia
Teresa GarcĂ­a2 years ago

Muy bien!. I will try it, sound very interesting. :)

Kamia T.
Kamia T.2 years ago

I think it's interesting that we keep "discovering" some new something that will guarantee fitness, only to see the majority of the world proliferating with eating disorders, bad body images, or falling back into routines that don't take up hours of your day. Eat well, keep moving doing normal chores, instead of sitting watching the boob tube, pay attention to what works for you and what doesn't. The rest is to get you to pay $.

Eileen Mary P.
Eileen P.2 years ago

thank you for this superb article. I devoured every bit of information as I am trying to increase the time of my 10k run, and no matter how many times I run or for how long I stay the same. From now on I will incorporate interval training into my regime.

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Sue Matheson
Sue Matheson2 years ago